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Donald Trump invoked Bill Clinton's impeachment in an escalation of his attacks on Hillary Clinton over the family's treatment of women on Saturday.
Hillary Clinton congratulated the newly elected mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, in a tweet Saturday morning.
What's the backup plan for the Trump ticket? Who's on the presumptive nominee's short list for fund-raising? And how will Hillary Clinton's email controversy play out in the election as the investigation comes to a close?
Donald Trump said Monday he called Hillary Clinton an "enabler" of her husband's infidelity as "retribution" for her playing the "woman's card" against him.
Donald Trump on Saturday accused likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton of wanting to abolish the right of Americans to legally own guns.
Hillary Clinton has a fresh target as she steps up her attacks on Donald Trump: the media.
It's deadline day for North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory.
Ted Cruz was always the Washington outsider. He just wasn't the Washington outsider Republicans wanted.
Sarah Palin says she wouldn't want to be a "burden" on the Republican ticket by becoming Donald Trump's vice presidential running mate.
Americans broadly oppose laws that would require transgender people to use facilities that correspond with their gender at birth rather than their gender identity, according to a new CNN/ORC Poll, and three-quarters favor laws guaranteeing equal protection for transgender individuals.
Donald Trump says taxes on the wealthy could increase if he's elected president -- and that he personally wouldn't mind paying higher taxes.
A federal judge Wednesday approved a plan for the taking of depositions by several current and former State Department officials about Hillary Clinton's email server.
Mitt Romney on Saturday took a thinly veiled shot at Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, warning against "demagogues" in a commencement address.
The Republican rift over Donald Trump widened Friday as major GOP figures continued to pick sides over whether to support the billionaire businessman's candidacy.
"They were absolutely magic," John Kasich said Wednesday, as he announced that he was dropping out of the presidential race.
Donald Trump said he was "blindsided" by House Speaker Paul Ryan's announcement earlier this week that he was not yet ready to support the presumptive Republican nominee.
President Barack Obama on Thursday shortened the prison sentences for dozens of additional drug offenders, the latest in an ongoing attempt to rein in lengthy punishments for non-violent crimes.
Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump faces all the familiar problems that previous GOP standard bearers have confronted over the last six cycles: awful numbers among young voters, women, Latinos and African-Americans.
When she marks Mother's Day on Sunday, Caitriona Palmer of Washington, like millions of moms, will hold her three young children close. But her thoughts will also be thousands of miles away in Ireland, where there are two women who are her mothers.
Donald Trump took to Twitter Friday evening to pile criticism on Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who earlier in the week had condemned the presumptive GOP nominee as a racist.