For Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, the 2016 general election has all but begun.
In a cold world, President Barack Obama has found some warmth in Germany.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders alluded to possible vice presidential picks Tuesday, even floating liberal darling Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren as a potential running mate.
A Transportation Security Administration employee alleged in testimony before Congress Wednesday that he was instructed to racially profile Somali-Americans.
When 18-year-old rapper Lil Yachty sat down for his interview with CNN, his posse of mostly hometown friends almost immediately began teasing him. “F–k Donald Trump. Say f–k Donald Trump!” Another voice, an older member of his crew, disagreed.
Bernie Sanders’ campaign is downsizing its field staff, as well as some advance and other workers, an adviser told CNN Wednesday afternoon.
Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert is set to be sentenced Wednesday in a hush money case that revealed he was being accused of sexually abusing young boys as a teacher in Illinois.
Editor’s Note: Donald Trump laid out his foreign policy vision on Wednesday. Here’s what he said — and how countries around the world have reacted to Trump’s comments in the past. We will update this story with fresh reaction as we get it.
Ted Cruz and John Kasich camped out just a few conference rooms apart from one another at the posh Diplomat resort in Hollywood, Florida, last Wednesday, each deploying a lobbying blitz in an effort to get Republican National Committee members and state party leaders to back their bids to defeat Donald Trump.
When Tanya was 20, she made a new friend on the basketball court. For two months, they rode his motorcycle all over town, just hanging out. Then one day, he told her he needed to pick something up from his sister. He actually went and robbed a house. When the police caught up with them,
Republican Sen. Pat Toomey, who is expected to face a tough re-election battle this fall, voted for Sen. Ted Cruz for president in the Pennsylvania primary Tuesday, a campaign aide confirmed to CNN.
One of Donald Trump’s top foreign policy advisers, retired Rear Adm. Charles R. Kubic, said Thursday that the Republican front-runner’s approach to Iran and other foreign threats would be “not predictable,” but successful.