Experts keep waiting for the Republican Party to stop Donald Trump's rise. But the Fox News debate snub suggests that maybe there's nothing it can do.
Donald Trump's decision not to participate in the Fox News debate is helping him maintain his domination of campaign news.
When the famed New Yorker film critic quipped that she only knew of one person who had voted for President Nixon after his 1972 landslide, she made her name a synonym for living in a bubble.
Lexington Mayor Jim Gray is Kentucky Democrats' best hope of beating the incumbent senator, presenting a stark choice to increasingly red-state Kentuckians.
Bernie Sanders admitted that Hillary Clinton has lots of experience at last night's Democratic Town Hall meeting, but he also argued experience hasn't always equaled wisdom.
The president praised Bernie Sanders but hinted that Hillary Clinton is better suited for the job.
In an 'opposites attract' theory for presidential elections, voters grow tired of the personalities of incumbents, and they turn to candidates who have opposite characteristics.
Among both Democrats and Republicans, there is an eroding trust in government institutions, a new Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research survey has found.
How Donald Trump has changed the Republican Party – and American politics – no matter what the outcome in 2016.