Donald Trump is facing a critical test in the final six weeks of the primary season: securing the 1,237 delegates needed to finally claim the Republican presidential nomination as his own.
President Barack Obama said he regrets he didn’t do a better job promoting the country’s economic recovery to the American people in an interview with The New York Times Magazine published Thursday.
Former House Speaker John Boehner called Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz “Lucifer in the flesh,” in a withering interview at Stanford University published Thursday.
In February, Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn bluntly said that a Donald Trump nomination could be an “albatross” to his Republican Party.
House Speaker Paul Ryan, who famously said he wouldn’t give up time with his family to take the top leadership post, is putting the spotlight on children Thursday and celebrating “Take your Daughters and Sons to Work Day” at the U.S. Capitol.
Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte, who serves on the Senate Armed Services Committee, said Thursday she did not watch Donald Trump’s foreign policy speech.
Several Supreme Court justices seemed sympathetic to arguments made Wednesday by lawyers for former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell, once a rising star in Republican politics who fell from grace after a conviction on public corruption charges.
The U.S. has adopted a unique Israeli battlefield tactic in its fight against ISIS: exploding a missile above a building to warn civilians inside that it’s about to be bombed.
President Barack Obama will visit Flint, Michigan, to take a first-hand look at the water crisis affecting the city, according to a letter the White House posted to Medium.
Donald Trump on Wednesday delivered a foreign policy speech designed to lay out a new direction and draw a contrast with the previous two administrations. But for some, he instead evoked comparisons to a wing of American nationalists in the period immediately before World War II.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin poked at Texas Sen. Ted Cruz for his basketball faux pas on Tuesday night, joking that putting a ball through a hoop as opposed to a “ring” is a “smarter” path to victory.
The voters of the Rust Belt have shaken up the 2016 presidential campaign: Hoping to jolt a political system they see as ineffective and out of touch, they have repeatedly revolted by supporting unlikely, anti-establishment candidates.