Donald Trump's appeal to working-class whites is partly racial. But the rhetoric turns off at least as many voters as it attracts, making Trump's route to the White House difficult.
Mrs. Clinton reportedly gained the 2,383 delegates needed to become the Democratic nominee, eight years after conceding to Barack Obama.
The phrase 'supporter in name only' is arising in reference to presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, whose hold on the party base is highly uncertain.
That's what many Americans believe, according to several polls. But that perception likely depends on how people view 'honesty.'
Louisiana state Sen. Dan Claitor (R) usually votes for tougher abortion restrictions, but this time around, he said he could not.
Violent protests after a San Jose Trump rally raise questions about Cleveland's ability to handle clashes when an expected 50,000 visitors attend the convention in July.
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R) of Wisconsin has cautiously endorsed the Republican presumptive nominee Donald Trump as his best chance of passing an upcoming House Republican policy.