It was a time for expressing “opinions” among friends — in a big way. Even on a referendum that is not in one’s own country.
Ted Cruz will name Carly Fiorina as his vice presidential running mate Wednesday, according to two sources — a last-ditch move to regain momentum after being mathematically eliminated from winning the GOP presidential nomination outright.
Sen. John McCain slammed the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter’s troubled history Tuesday, saying it “has been both a scandal and a tragedy with respect to cost, schedule and performance.”
Vice President Joe Biden landed in Iraq Thursday morning for an unannounced trip.
CNN spent a week speaking to voters voters in three Rust Belt cities: Buffalo, New York; Erie, Pennsylvania; and Youngstown, Ohio — areas that are economically depressed. These voters have become the engine of one of the most extraordinary elections in modern U.S. history.
Rep. Chris Van Hollen has defeated fellow House member from Maryland Donna Edwards for the state’s Democratic nomination for Senate, CNN projected Tuesday.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz said Monday the rationale for their decision to coordinate campaign strategy — for now — is an effort to stop Donald Trump from winning the Republican nomination because they fear he would lose to Hillary Clinton in a general election matchup.
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump was pressed in an interview Thursday on both his criticism of Hillary Clinton and on his foreign policy speech.
In a strip mall on a dusty street, a group of U.S. military veterans gather. Like any group of old soldiers, they joke, swap stories and keep each others’ spirits up. But they aren’t in Texas or California. This isn’t a local VFW. This is Tijuana, Mexico a place most of these men barely knew
What’s the deal with delegates?
Senate Democrats unexpectedly blocked a major spending bill for energy and water programs Wednesday to prevent a vote on a Republican amendment that would ban U.S. tax dollars from being used in the future to buy heavy water from Iran.
The eleventh-hour bid by Ted Cruz and John Kasich to deny Donald Trump the Republican nomination by dividing upcoming contests is bold — but likely doomed.