One of Hillary Clinton’s close advisers called her secret email server “f-ing insane,” according to new emails leaked Thursday by WikiLeaks.
The White House dismissed Donald Trump’s criticism Thursday that U.S. military leaders are giving the Islamic State advance warning of impending battles, saying President Obama trusts his generals more than the Republican nominee.
Donald Trump is finally edging Hillary Clinton on TV ad spending, according to Kantar Media/CMAG, a prominent ad tracking company.
American voters are split over the future of Obamacare, according to a poll Thursday that finds roughly equal shares of support for repealing the law versus expanding what it does.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump got testy with CNN’s Dana Bash on Wednesday after she questioned his campaign schedule.
Project Veritas Action gained entree to top Democratic operatives involved with Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid the old-fashioned way — with cash.
Donald Trump said he’s facing historically bad treatment from the press and that people at his campaign rallies are starting to “hate the media” because they see “it’s all a big lie.”
A “boys’ weekend” of golf with Tiger Woods in 2013 was fun for President Obama, but it was a triple-bogey for taxpayers.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden told “Hardball” host Chris Matthews on Tuesday that the Democratic Party no longer understands white middle-class voters.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump scoffed at the notion that a People Magazine reporter who accused him of unwanted advances a decade ago felt too intimidated to come forward at the time, saying she would have won a Pulitzer Prize if she had followed through with the story.
When Hillary Clinton secured her place in the history as the first woman to win a major-party nomination for president, Democratic politicians around Washington marked the historic moment with barrage of statements, formal endorsements and public cheers.
Sen. Pat Toomey, a Republican locked in a tense re-election battle in Pennsylvania, is now running ads spotlighting disagreements with his party’s presidential nominee Donald Trump and personal praise from the Democratic vice presidential nominee.
Less than three weeks after withdrawing his endorsement for he GOP presidential nominee, Rep. Jason Chaffetz announced Wednesday that he’s once again planning to vote for Donald Trump.
Prognosticators have issued a grim assessment of Donald Trump’s chances, but the GOP nominee’s path to the White House is still alive and runs through Florida, where his campaign has gained momentum in the final stretch of the race.
The Secret Service agents who stopped an armed man trying to get onto the White House grounds in May were recognized Wednesday with Homeland Security valor awards.