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President Obama's approval rating is back over 50% for the first time since the beginning of his second term, a turn of events that could boost Hillary Clinton's effort to seal the Democratic nomination and turn back Donald Trump in November.
Sen. Bob Corker (R., Tenn.) said that his first face-to-face meeting with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump was "good" and that he expects the candidate's foreign-policy thinking will evolve as the campaign pivots towards policy.
Conservative political groups and hedge funds that bought Puerto Rico’s debts have some surprising company in their quest to block bipartisan legislation that could allow some of those bonds to be written down: Vermont senator and Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, who is also rallying his Senate colleagues to oppose the bill.
A plurality of Americans say transgender individuals should be able to use the bathrooms of their choice, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll shows. The poll also finds pluralities opposing state or federal governments' involvement in the issue.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich Monday lambasted Mitt Romney for his failed drive to derail GOP front-runner Donald Trump, calling his actions “pathetic” and his effort “not particularly effective.”
A dozen military veterans protested outside Trump Tower in New York City on Monday morning, accusing Donald Trump of using former soldiers as props for his presidential campaign.
Michael Kugelman: The Taliban has driven back Afghan forces and seized territory in recent months, but Mullah Mansour didn’t enjoy the unifying power of his predecessor.
Donald Trump has edged ahead of Hillary Clinton in an average of national polls, as the Republican Party has started to unite around the presumptive nominee, but political prediction markets still have Mrs. Clinton as the favorite to win in November.
Democratic voters say Hillary Clinton’s long presidential primary fight with Sen. Bernie Sanders is helping more than hurting their party’s chances in November, a new WSJ/NBC News poll finds.
Visiting Hanoi this week as part of a trip to Japan and Vietnam, President Barack Obama dined with television personality and chef Anthony Bourdain on Monday.
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Donald Trump made clear in an interview that he won't take Hillary Clinton's attacks on his temperament and judgment when it comes to national security lightly, calling her grossly incompetent.
Mosquitoes carrying the dangerous Zika virus are expected to begin infecting Americans within the U.S. in the next “month or so,” the government’s top infectious disease expert said Sunday, as officials race to prevent a widespread outbreak of the virus that is believed linked to birth defects.
The mystery surrounding the crash of an EgyptAir flight between Paris and Cairo showed no sign of resolution early Sunday as U.S. officials cited conflicting clues about what could have caused the plane to crash into the Mediterrane...
Donald Trump said Sunday that he is not “advocating guns in classrooms,” but immediately added, “in some cases teachers should have guns in classrooms.”
The Sunday morning news programs focused on the presidential race, as Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders made appearances and Donald Trump called in. The downing of EgyptAir Flight 804 was also a big topic.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said Sunday he supports a primary challenger to Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida, who chairs the Democratic National Committee, escalating a feud between Mr. Sanders and Ms. Wasserman Schultz.
Chris Jacobs: The causes of the approaching increases in health-insurance premiums vary, but some are rooted in a 2013 Obama administration proposal.
Hillary Clinton suggested Sunday that Democratic rival Bernie Sanders has not been thoroughly tested in the campaign, and that this could affect his chances of winning what will likely be a fierce general election campaign against presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump.
Despite the drawn-out primary fight, Bill Clinton says he thinks Democrats will be able to “be together in the end.”