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Republican Donald Trump's unsubstantiated claim that the election is rigged against him because of a corrupt political system may have the effect of lowering turnout among his own supporters, research shows.
The Koch-backed group Americans for Prosperity on Tuesday launched its first ad campaign of the cycle tying Democratic Senate candidates to Hillary Clinton, even as the group continues to withhold support for Republican nominee Donald Trump.
Donald Trump expanded his argument that the November election could be rigged against him, saying Monday that votes from immigrants without the right to vote in the U.S. may have played a role in President Obama's election in 2008.
n email sent by Chelsea Clinton in 2011 pointed to discord within the Clinton Foundation and bitter tensions inside the network of Clinton associates and aides. The email was one of thousands made public Monday by WikiLeaks. U.S. officials...Show More Summary
White House press secretary Josh Earnest on Monday joked that Donald Trump “snorted” his way through the first presidential debates, lobbing a drug accusation back at the GOP presidential nominee, who two days earlier suggested his opponent had used substances to enhance her debate performance.
Doug Heye: Mr. Trump’s rhetoric preemptively lowers voter participation by suggesting to people that the process is not open and transparent--or fair--and that their vote is wasted.
Sen. John McCain (R., Ariz.) on Monday said that Republicans wouldn't confirm any Supreme Court nominees picked by Hillary Clinton if she were elected president, a newly hard-line stance that a spokeswoman later softened.
An anti-Donald Trump super PAC is hoping to influence young Florida videogamers with a billboard containing a simple message: "Donald Trump Mains Hanzo and complains about team comp in chat.”
Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager said Monday that nasty protests at Clinton events are a sign of how desperate Republican Donald Trump and his supporters have become. These protesters are yelling and wearing T-shirts proclaiming that former President Bill Clinton is a rapist.
Hillary Clinton has drawn more than $20 million for her campaign and joint Democratic Party accounts through funds raised by registered lobbyists, according to campaign-finance disclosures,
Earlier this month, House Speaker Paul Ryan uninvited GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump from campaigning with him in Wisconsin. On Monday night, Mr. Trump will hold a rally in Wisconsin -- but Mr. Ryan won’t be anywhere near him...
Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager, seeing potential to flip Arizona into the Democratic column, said Monday the campaign would spend another $2 million there and send First Lady Michelle Obama to campaign in Phoenix on Thursday.
Here are four takeaways from what's come out so far in WikiLeaks release of thousands of Clinton campaign emails. The Clinton campaign hasn't confirmed or denied the authenticity of the emails.
Vice President Joe Biden underscored on Sunday the U.S. would send a message to Moscow over hacked political emails, and Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence acknowledged increasing evidence that Russia was behind the attacks.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s intensifying accusations that the election is rigged is dividing GOP supporters facing pressure to defend the legitimacy of the voting process.
Vice presidential nominee Republican Mike Pence painted hacked emails released by WikiLeaks as a sign donors got access to Hillary Clinton on Sunday while Democrat Tim Kaine said Donald Trump was "going a bit wild" because he lost the most recent presidential debate.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg apologized Friday for criticizing professional football players who have protested racial discrimination by not standing for the national anthem when it is played before games.
House Speaker Paul Ryan, whose already fraught relationship with Donald Trump has further soured in recent days, avoided the Republican Party's presidential nominee altogether in a talk Friday with college students in Wisconsin.
President Barack Obama delivered a fusillade against Republican Donald Trump on Friday, questioning why GOP leaders abandoned him only after a tape of his vulgar remarks about women emerged.
The Republican National Committee entered the last full month of the presidential campaign with $26 million less in its war chest than it had in 2012, boasting its ground operation is "fully funded."