A new FEC filing revealed that the presumptive Republican nominee has very little money in his campaign war chest—and that the money he does have has been spent in some very strange ways.
Donald Trump loves the Brexit, Bernie Sanders says it shows the global economy isn't working, and Joe Biden is disappointed.
Does the Supreme Court's 4-4 split on the president's executive actions on deportations mean those measures are definitely dead?
Unsurprisingly, they share characteristics with those opposing universal background checks.
This morning, Democrats stage a 16-hour sit-in for a vote on gun control legislation, Britain decides on whether to stay in the EU, Kim Jung Un claims North Korea's missiles can reach the US, and more.
Hillary may be, in Trump's words, "the most corrupt person ever to seek the presidency." But at least she's good at it.
"Donkey boy, I'm comin' for you! Take off that mask! Are you Hillary Clinton? Who are you under there? Hillary, why are you hiding, Hillary? Take off the mask! Take off the mask! I can see your eyes."
This morning, a man claims he was the Orlando shooter's lover, North Korea launches more missile tests, protesters gather outside Donald Trump's golf course in Scotland, and more.
Donald Trump has shown more willingness to reach out to the gay community than most Republicans, but LGBTQ people who support the candidate say they're often mocked and ostracized for their political beliefs.
The Trump campaign is nowhere near the fundraising machine it needs to be in order to win a general election in November.
This morning, a man is arrested for attempting to shoot Donald Trump, Clinton condemns the Senate for blocking gun control, the model of the car that killed Anton Yelchin was recently recalled, and more.
After a chaotic and stressful couple of weeks, the Trump campaign made a change at the top, though it's unclear exactly why.
This morning, Trump says he'd consider racial profiling, the Supreme Court will hear a challenge to gun control laws in two states, Star Trek actors mourn Anton Yelchin, and more.
After a week when his arrogance and xenophobia were on display, more and more Republicans are openly attacking Donald Trump.
According to Vanity Fair, Donald Trump may try to cash in on his supporters by diving into the media game, no matter who wins.
"What makes us nervous is that one of his supporters is going to do something crazy or extreme just to show their support for him."
Call it the Donald Trump effect. It doesn't matter if the trolls believe what they are saying if their followers believe it.
Trump tweeted Wednesday that he plans to meet up with the group to discuss (maybe) blocking suspected terrorists from buying guns.
After Cleveland announced strict limitations on where and when protesters could march, the ACLU sued the city and activist of all stripes have called the rules a recipe for disaster.
This morning, the wife of the Orlando shooter knew about the attack and could be charged, Clinton gets a 12-point lead over Trump in a new poll, Iran threatens to "set fire" to the nuclear deal if the US reneges, and more.
The consensus: It probably wouldn't.
They may have an unlikely ally in Donald Trump.
The reality TV star has his skeptics, but polls and interviews suggest most US troops are on board with Trump.
This morning, vigils for the victims of the Orlando massacre have been held around the world, a man claiming allegiance to ISIS stabbed a French police officer and his wife to death in Paris, Kanye West launches a video game, and more.