Political rallies have served Donald Trump very well. But they might not be as effective in the general election.
West Virginia Democrats are a peculiar brand of Democrat. For one, they seem to like Donald Trump a lot.
The US House of Representative is poised to pass a set of nearly 20 bills aimed at fighting the national opioid abuse scourge.
The Texas senator made it clear that while his presidential bid has ended, he’s still running hard for the post of Mr. Conservative.
The State Department hasn't come up with much of an e-mail trail on the man who helped Secretary Clinton set up a private e-mail server. For Republicans, it's a talking point as they try to raise questions about Clinton’s truthfulness.
This month President Obama is preparing to visit Hiroshima, the site of a nuclear bomb explosion during World War II. The visit will make him the first American president to visit the site while in office.
In top convention role, the House speaker could end up as a living symbol of rifts between Donald Trump and the party that's poised to nominate him.
The commonly used term for political campaigning has its origins in the 11th century, when it meant something completely different.
Donald Trump says he isn't for raising taxes on the rich, despite reports. But the question is reviving debate over whether he sees politics through blue-tinted glasses.
In January, Portland, Maine, workers' pay jumped to $10.10 an hour, with the rest of Maine still at $7.50. US cities and states are raising their minimum wages as high as $15 an hour – creating a national experiment in how labor markets operate.
Donald Trump is reportedly considering Newt Gingrich as a vice presidential candidate. That might present problems.
As Donald Trump looks to pick a vice president, some Republicans are lining up – even if they weren't supportive in the past.