The Democratic nominee jumped into the fray, defending Machado and attacking Trump
“It is that excitement factor and that is the biggest obstacle," explains on state senator.
A series on what to know about where the major party presidential nominees stand on the issues going into the 2016 election
In one leaked email, Powell said of Clinton, "I would rather not have to vote for her"
Move follows recent White House announcement that U.S. will strive to take in 110,000 refugees from around the world next year
The conservative-leaning paper has endorsed the Libertarian nominee
Watch the president yell from the steps of Air Force One: "Bill! Let's go! I gotta get home!"
The battleground state of Nevada is seen as a tossup for 2016
Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore said state's marriage ban remained in "full force and effect" despite ruling from U.S. Supreme Court
President Obama won New Hampshire in both the 2008 and 2012 elections
Clinton made the comments at a fundraiser in February and suggested she'd be tougher when the U.S. suffers from cyberattacks
Winning a first debate doesn't always foreshadow future victory, however
Clinton is using all her organizational might to get voters to the polls early
Early Friday morning, Trump fired off a trio of tweets personally attacking former Miss Universe Alicia Machado
Though Democrats could still pick up the four or five seats necessary to retake the Senate majority in 2016, GOP could still hold the Senate
The newspaper clarified that it wasn't offering "unqualified support" for Clinton, but urged voters to back anyone but Trump; Trump tweeted his response Friday
48 years after taking a political stand, Tommie Smith and John Carlos attended an event honoring Olympians at the White House
As early voting begins in Iowa, Democratic nominee tries to get supporters to the polls
The inevitability of cyberwar demands leaders who understand the stakes and are equipped to write a new playbook for a new defense era. Will we get them?
The Libertarian nominee's self-proclaimed "Aleppo moment" continues
When lawmakers return to Capitol Hill in November, they will only have about three weeks in session to strike another spending deal
A new report suggests Pennsylvania 2016 could give Florida 2000 a run for its money
Trump owed Michael Diehl $100,000 for an order of pianos -- and he only paid him a portion of that amount
The former Miss Universe and current Clinton advocate has lived a fascinating life, so why isn't the press talking about it?
Texans can now snack on tortillas while registering to vote thanks to a Houston-based design group,
More than two-thirds surveyed in a new poll said the 2016 race has brought out the worst in people
The German chancellor, a frequent target of Trump, gets praise from GOP nominee
Snap away! Your voting booth pic is officially legal