After GOP front-runner Donald Trump told reporters on Thursday that he attends a church in Manhattan, the church released a statement saying Mr. Trump is not an “active member.”
A feud within the Democratic Party spilled into the open Friday at the Democratic National Committee’s summer meeting in Minneapolis, as presidential candidate and former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley used his speech to the convention to publicly chide DNC leaders for limiting the number of presidential debates.
A top Republican questioned Friday whether former State Department Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton ran her husband’s speeches by ethics officials within the department, after emails surfaced showing conversations about the speeches didn’t appear to include the right people.
A federal judge Friday ordered the IRS to turn over the records of any requests from the White House seeking taxpayers’ private information from the tax agency, delivering a victory to a group that for two years has been trying to pry the data loose.
President Obama distanced himself Friday from his administration’s allies calling opponents of the Iran nuclear deal “warmongers.”
The Democratic National Committee demonstrated Friday that when it comes to Hillary Rodham Clinton, the rules do not apply.
Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida says he is the clear front-runner among the 2016 presidential contenders on at least one attribute: speed.
Alabama first lady Dianne Bentley has filed for divorce from Gov. Robert Bentley, saying their 50-year marriage has suffered an “irretrievable breakdown.”
GOP presidential hopeful Scott Walker said Friday the United States is at war with radical Islam, calling it a “generational struggle” while vowing to defeat the Islamic State and curb Iran’s influence in the world. The Wisconsin governor sought to convince voters that he has the national security chops to serve as the next commander-in-chief.
The White House Friday ridiculed Sen. Marco Rubio, a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, for calling on President Obama to downgrade a state visit for the president of China next month.
Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina on Friday lambasted former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton over Mrs. Clinton’s connecting Republicans’ views on women with those of terrorists on the trail this week, saying it’s Mrs. Clinton and Democrats who are the extremists.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush on Friday once again referred to businessman Donald Trump as the Republican presidential front-runner, saying that while Mr. Trump has tapped into people’s legitimate grievances with Washington, the real estate mogul is still “all about him.”