The president has tied himself closely to technological development, but many voters fear technology-driven globalization and job losses.
The Vermont senator isn't dropping out, but says he'll cast his ballot for Clinton in November.
The decision by the Supreme Court, blocking his executive actions delaying the deportations of undocumented immigrants, was a political loss for President Obama.
Because of the blowup, Speaker Paul D. Ryan let his members leave town early until after the Fourth of July. Friday’s legislative action was postponed.
The referendum joins a long list of election forecasting errors. But this one was a bit different: It was not a big polling failure.
The UK leaves the EU, Palin's back in the VP conversation, and Lewandowski's has to be a journalist now, apparently as part of some restorat...
Mr. Sanders raised roughly $216 million of his nearly $230 million total online, through emails, digital advertising and, most notably, social media.
The continuing breakdown in Washington’s ability to govern seemed to spread like a contagion on Thursday through all three branches of government.
The court found blood tests are “significantly more intrusive” than breath tests in a case stemming from laws making it a crime for drunken-driving suspects to refuse either.
Corey Lewandowski was out of a job for less than a week.
The decision fulfills a pledge he made last month and may stem talk that he would seek to use campaign donations to recoup his out-of-pocket costs.
A new poll looked at how potential running mates could help — or hurt — Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Mrs. Clinton is shown in the screen’s left corner, as a female narrator intones: “So who is all for women, until she isn’t? Hillary Clinton.”
Aides say move shows real-estate magnate is not 'beholden' to 'special interests.'
Negativity, fear and anger among Democrats and Republicans are on the rise, research shows.
The presumptive Democratic nominee reacted to a high court tie that blocked implementation of an Obama immigration plan.
Congress is gridlocked over guns, but that has not always been the case.
The endorsements come a day after Clinton delivered an economic policy speech in Raleigh, N.C.
The former Defense secretary called Clinton 'unacceptable.'
He will leave on Thursday night for a two-day jaunt centered on his golf courses and coming at a moment of deep political tumult in Britain.