Fox News host Bret Baier confirmed Friday that talks are under way about a possible extracurricular political mano-a-mano that would cap an anti-establishment primary season.
A prediction by Donald Trump actually points to what's already happened. The Republican Party is by some measures the party of the working class – or to be precise the white working class.
At a historic Russian resort, where Leonid Brezhnev once shot a wild boar for Henry Kissinger, Americans and Russians address deepening tensions.
Bernie Sanders isn't on track for a nomination win, so in theory presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump shouldn't debate him. But this is a new era in the media and politics.
A report by the State Department's inspector general concludes that Clinton’s use of a private e-mail server violated federal standards, and says two department officials were rebuffed when they raised the issue with Clinton aides during her tenure.
This presidential election, we're bound to hear a lot of things designed solely to win an election. But there are other voices to listen to.
In theory, Trump should be unifying his party and seeking to boost his poor appeal with women and minorities. But his rise as a candidate has been about embracing division, not smoothing it over.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren has attacked Donald Trump in another sign, that although she's not in the race, her vote counts as a liberal who appeals to the same base that supports Trump – the discontented middle class.
Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald says wait times aren't the best measure of whether care at VA hospitals is improving. Satisfaction matters more.