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As Republican leaders grapple with whether or not to support Donald Trump as their presidential candidate, unbound delegates across the country are rallying behind his candidacy, pushing him closer to formally clinching the party's nomination.
Republican officials who oppose Donald Trump as their party nominee have spent the last few days -- ever since the withdrawal from the race of Sen. Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich -- wondering if there is anything they could have done to prevent this outcome.
Donald Trump has suggested London's new mayor would be exempt from his proposed ban on Muslims entering the United States, prompting the leader of the British capital to slam the American presidential candidate's "ignorant" take on Islam.
Hillary Clinton's campaign is attacking presumptive Republican opponent Donald Trump -- this time on his tax plan, even as the billionaire businessman struggles to find his footing on the issue.
House Speaker Paul Ryan would back out of chairing the Republican National Convention in July, if Donald Trump asks him to, his office confirmed Monday.
Wisconsin businessman Paul Nehlen is hoping to be the giant-killer of the 2016 cycle, delivering what would be a stunning blow on par with the surprise primary knockout of Eric Cantor in 2014, but he's got a steep hill to climb to come close to unseating highly popular House Speaker Paul Ryan.
House Speaker Paul Ryan is downplaying the prospects of his Thursday meeting with Donald Trump leading to a big political breakthrough, but is channeling his efforts on unifying a fractured Republican Party.
Top Senate Republicans closed the door Tuesday to the possibility of confirming Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland in a post-election lame duck session -- even if Hillary Clinton wins the White House -- reiterating their long-held position that a new president should pick someone to fill the vacancy on the high court.
One of President Barack Obama's top foreign policy advisers sought to clarify his comments about the Iran nuclear deal on Sunday, insisting the administration used standard messaging tactics -- and not deceit -- to market the plan.
Instead of spending election day pounding the pavement, a West Virginia state senate candidate was in surgery after being severely attacked Sunday, just days before the state's primary election.
An alleged computer hacker working on behalf of the Syrian regime appeared in a Virginia federal court Tuesday to face charges relating to unauthorized computer intrusions and violating sanctions against Syria, according to the Department of Justice.
If economy crashed, Trump said, he'd 'make a deal' on debt. Problem? it's unConstitutional, could destroy the U.S.'s standing in the world, crash global economy.
Hillary Clinton may be doomed in West Virginia, writes Meg Jacobs, but she should look to Jimmy Carter's example to build a coalition around clean energy compromise.
A federal judge in New Jersey ruled Tuesday that the names of the "unindicted co-conspirators" involved in the Bridgegate scandal can be released.
Former Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz said Tuesday he is not ruling out getting back into the race if a path to victory were to re-open.
Hillary Clinton confirmed Sunday the FBI has not yet contacted her to schedule an interview over her use of a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state.
Donald Trump, one of America's best-known businessmen, spent Monday trying to clean up his comments about the economy.
President Barack Obama warned against a culture of political correctness on college campuses Saturday as he urged students at Howard University to engage in the political process at the local level.
The U.S. Navy sent a guided missile destroyer within 12 miles of a man-made Chinese island in the South China Sea on Tuesday, a senior military official told CNN.
The number of people killed by terror attacks in Africa in the last year is as large, if not larger, than the deaths inflicted by ISIS in the Middle East, U.S. officials said Tuesday.