Yes, the GOP can choose the candidate it wants. But the race for the nomination is not what it was in 1968, much less 1860. Just ask the Drudge Report.
Everything Ryan is doing adds up to someone who has already decided to run – in 2020.
Online interest in an old British phrase spiked as several stories on US politics used it in reference to the current election campaign.
The Cuban missile crisis reminded Americans that their very existence could hinge on a president’s knowledge and judgment.
Overall, Clinton and Sanders are virtually tied. But Clinton is way ahead among Democrats, and the big primaries ahead are closed to independent voters.
The Boston Globe has joined other news organizations in scathing criticism of Donald Trump's presidential campaign. But will such efforts injure his candidacy?
The presidential hopeful will attend a Vatican City conference on environmental and social issues, thanks to an invitation from Pope Francis.
How Bill Clinton and Black Lives Matter protesters view the 1994 crime bill is in part shaped by their different generational experiences.