Donald Trump completed his takeover of the Republican Party on Thursday, claiming the presidential nomination, calling for unity within the party and holding himself out as the real agent of change all voters have been waiting for.
Ted Cruz rolled the dice on his political future Wednesday night by refusing to endorse Donald Trump, firmly planting himself in a camp with other establishment GOP holdouts and setting himself up for a 2020 run at the White House — but the early betting is that his risk won’t pay off.
Top liberals on Thursday warned Hillary Clinton not to pick Sen. Tim Kaine as her vice presidential nominee, arguing that the Virginia Democrat’s positions on Wall Street and trade represent a betrayal of progressive values and could doom the party’s ticket in the fall.
Philadelphia’s police union is blasting Hillary Clinton for inviting relatives of victims of police shootings to speak at the Democratic National Convention next week, but failing to include relatives of slain police officers.
Perhaps out of jealously, al Qaeda is out with a special edition of its online magazine Inspire with stories devoted to a terrorist attack carried out by a rival — the Bastille Day truck massacre in Nice, France.
The National Basketball Association on Thursday pulled the 2017 All-Star Game out of Charlotte, North Carolina, over the state’s “bathroom bill,” a law requiring that intimate public facilities be segregated on the basis of biological sex, not gender self-identification.
Vermont doctors and health care professionals are pushing back against an interpretation of state law that they say requires them to help kill patients who wish to die.
The Justice Department is taking a Pennsylvania town to court over a municipal board’s denial of a zoning application for a mosque, accusing officials of discriminating against a local Muslim organization on the basis of religion.
On the heels of Donald Trump’s acceptance of the Republican presidential nomination, President Obama will give his Mexican counterpart a megaphone Friday to criticize Mr. Trump’s plans to build a border wall and restrict immigration.
Say whatever you want about real estate developer Donald J. Trump, he is the candidate of “love.”