Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump tweeted Saturday about the fatal shooting in Chicago of the cousin of NBA star Dwyane Wade, in another apparent attempt to persuade black voters to vote for him in November.
The campaign for Donald Trump and Trump’s fellow Republican supporters argued Sunday that the unpredictable presidential nominee had an outstanding, comeback week amid new leadership but still faced a barrage of questions about what’s next — particularly about Trump’s plan for the massive deportation of illegal immigrants.
A 40-year-old former CIA operative and ex-chief policy director for the House Republican Conference on Monday is expected to officially launch an anti-Trump independent presidential bid.
With the political conventions behind them, Donald Trump and the Republican National Committee are scrambling to close their ground game gap with Hillary Clinton – boosting fundraising and concentrating on vital battlegrounds, even as some sources suggest they have a long way to go.
The Democratic National Convention’s rules committee Saturday defeated an attempt by supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders to abolish superdelegates in future presidential campaigns, but later approved a plan that could see their influence significantly re…
The Democratic National Convention’s rules committee Saturday defeated an effort to abolish superdelegates in future presidential campaigns, though the proposal earned enough support for a floor vote at next week’s convention.
A dispute over the allocation of Alaska’s delegates at the Republican national convention sparked dissent Tuesday, the day Donald Trump secured his party’s nomination for president.
Hillary Clinton tried Monday to take some of the spotlight and energy away from the Republican National Convention — kicking off a new voter-registration effort while rallying NAACP members just miles away with a blunt call to reform America’s police departments.
Donald Trump on Saturday officially announced Mike Pence as his running-mate, saying the Indiana governor and former Republican congressional leader will help him “make American safe again, great again.”
As Donald Trump gets ready to officially accept the Republican presidential nomination, some are questioning whether his campaign, which largely has operated on a shoestring budget so far, can keep up with the operation and spending of the Hillary Clin…