JOSH GERSTEIN at Politico reports, Attorney General Loretta Lynch declined Wednesday to discuss how she would make a decision about whether to prosecute Democratic presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton over classified i
After having ridiculously and recently placed Trump's odds of winning the nomination in the low single digits, then the teens, Nate Silver now assesses Trump's odds of winning at 50%.
Secretary of State John Kerry's testimony in front of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Tuesday produced a number of revelations about the ongoing Hillary Clinton email probe, including that she was provided an email account during her time
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has been struggling with a media blackout throughout the campaign - and even during those rare moments when he is covered, he's still being censored.
An analysis of Federal Election Commission records, by TIME, which was published on 23 October 2015, showed that the 2012 donors to Romney's campaign were already donating more to Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign than they had been donating to any
A new Republican National Committee (RNC) video seizes upon Hillary Clinton's bizarre comments in an interview last week when she refused to say she has not and will not lie to the American people.
The race between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders for the U.S. Democratic presidential nomination - once a civil affair - has taken a sour turn, with mud-slinging from both camps over the former secretary of state's win in the Nevada caucuses.
Senator Bernie Sanders vowed on Sunday to fight on after losing the Nevada caucuses, predicting that he would pull off a historic political upset by this summer's party convention.
Starbucks CEO warns the U.S. presidential elections are turning into a 'circus' ... CEO Howard Schultz criticized the presidential candidates for making 'bombastic attacks' without 'respect' for each other. He warned the run-up to the U.S. election h
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders took the lead over former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for the first time on Thursday in a national poll of Democratic primary voters.
Two key presidential contests on opposite ends of the nation come down to their final full day Friday, ahead of weekend elections that will shape the tone and duration of the Republican and Democratic races.
In what could be the biggest blow yet for her campaign, the leader of the America's largest federation of unions (counting 12 million active and retired "everyday Americans") has chosen not to endorse Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders.
Some of the campaigns that are spending the most are also doing the worst.
Donald Trump has scored his highest numbers in a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday that found him with a 2-1 lead among Republican voters nationwide, with 39 percent.
"We think that the most important thing we can do is to lead by example, to treat others as we would have them treat us, and I hope that it is reciprocal."
As the race for the Democratic presidential nomination heats up between Senator Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the close contest is drawing attention to the nomination process and the people called "superdelegates" who
Was this Hillary's jumping the shark moment in the 2016 presidential run for the Democrat nomination? Maybe her barking like a dog was an attempt to bypass the email scandal, Benghazi scandal, Clinton Foundation scandal and the #FeelTheBern movement
Barack Obama showed in 2008 that the path to winning the Democratic nomination runs through places like Idaho, Alaska, Guam, and the Virgin Islands--and the battles there are already heating up.
Ron Paul gets to work on untangling another set of common myths. He sets the eminent domain argument straight, shines light on several Bernie Sanders fallacies, revisits his questioning of Ben Bernanke, and much more!
What you need to know about his real history -- and why the Sanders/Clinton exchange matters Sanders is right about Kissinger. His civilian death toll nears 4 million, his policies built today's Middle East
Republican presidential candidate John Kasich has promoted himself both as a friend of the working poor and as a foe of Hillary Clinton, but as House Budget Committee chairman in the 1990s, he worked with the Clintons to roll back welfare programs, h
When one looks at the deplorable state of the world, one cannot help but wonder at the insouciance of the American people.
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The sparring during Thursday's Democratic presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders over whether Henry Kissinger is an elder statesman or a pariah has laid bare a major foreign policy divide within the Democratic Party.
The Congressional Black Caucus PAC announced its endorsement of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign on Thursday, a move that is being widely interpreted as a sign of her deep support from the African-American community.
The purpose of superdelegates was to save voters from political suicide, and while they have tended to follow public voting patterns in recent elections, 2016 could be different.
The Democratic National Committee has rolled back restrictions introduced by presidential candidate Barack Obama in 2008 that banned donations from federal lobbyists and political action committees.
The morning of the New Hampshire primary, Donald Trump, being interviewed on "Morning Joe," said that he would welcome his "friend" Michael Bloomberg into the presidential race.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has spoken out against US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, calling her a "war hawk with bad judgment" who gets an "emotional rush out of killing people."
(Truthstream Media) A documentary by Kenneth Webb on the 2016 election ritual that has hundreds of millions of Americans caught up in the illusion that their voice is being heard, the false belief that the Washington psychodrama has anything in the c