Over the years we've seen many charismatic agitators rise through the ranks with a straightforward populist agenda and an axe to grind.
John Hyrum Koyle, a turn-of-the-century prophet, dreamed that the Republican Party would roll over and die. Then the world would end.
Donald Trump says Russian interference in the US election is "probably unlikely," Alaska approves marijuana for commercial sale, Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz gives Democrats $20 million, and more.
As the Republican nominee makes overtures to minority voters, he's pursuing a strategy of dividing and conquering.
"When I go to the Muslim community I don't feel like I'm totally embraced because I'm a Republican, and when I hang out with Republicans I don't feel like I fit in there."
The VP hopeful completely murdered a rendition of "Wagon Wheel" while campaigning in North Carolina.
The protesters who never showed up for the Donald Trump are out in full force for Hillary Clinton's coronation.
TJ Tarrant decided there was really only one way to destroy the homeowner's "Make the township white again" sign.
Speaker after speaker at the Republican convention said don't question the cops, and if you do talk about them, make sure it's unconditional praise.
For closeted Republicans, the RNC is a mecca of gay sex. Michael Rogers—the pioneering blogger who outed the worst anti-gay politicians in America—knows a thing or two about what drives their secrecy.
It's hard to imagine the delegates for Donald Trump sleeping in this decrepit, "haunted" funeral home that has a bloody statue of Jesus fucking Mary Magdalene.
The Indiana governor has a long history of opposing rights for LGBTQ people.
The likely Republican nominee went with the safest option for his No. 2.
The angst over a more black and brown America, coupled with a widespread frustration with the political system, is the driving force behind the juggernaut of Donald Trump.
The chief strategist for John McCain's 2008 campaign explains why this year's Republican nominee is coming unhinged.
A compromise bill to close the terror gap is still viable—but Republican leaders in Congress seem determined to get in the way.
We spoke with four of the other Donald Trumps of America, whose lives have become a sounding board for people's wide-ranging views on the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.
After losing the California and New Jersey primaries, Bernie Sanders is still refusing to quit. But where can he go from here?
The former US president does not take heckling lightly.
Scott Dikkers's new book, Trump's America: The Complete Loser's Guide, is looking more and more like a necessity.
Jun 3, 2016
"Folks, honestly, she's guilty as hell," the presumptive Republican nominee said at a chaotic California event.
Taking on more credit card debt to invest in real estate is not a good strategy, it turns out.
The GOP candidate had promised to explain what happened to the $6 million he claimed to raise for veterans groups.
And cops aren't so sure about the gun group.