The Republican frontrunner's first rally in Orange County—and the violent protests that surrounded it—offered a glimpse at just how ugly the upcoming general election might be.
But the way the agency packaged the data obscures that trendline.
"I get along with almost everyone, but I have never worked with a more miserable son of a bitch in my life," Boehner told a group at Stanford.
The news comes after the Texas Senator lost five northeastern primaries to Donald Trump Tuesday, basically decimating his chances of grabbing the GOP nomination outright.
Dennis Hastert was sentenced to 15 months in prison by a judge who excoriated him and said, "Nothing is more stunning than having 'serial child molester' and 'Speaker of the House' in the same sentence."
We asked Tim Harford, host of statistics podcast More Or Less, how we can find out when newspapers and politicians are being liberal with the truth.
Soon, the only things standing between Donald Trump and the presidency will be God and Hillary Clinton.
With Hillary Clinton claiming victories in four out of five primaries Tuesday, the Vermont senator's campaign seems to be nearing the end. But that doesn't mean that the harsh truths he preaches are wrong.
A lawyer for the survivors of the Sandy Hook massacre explains why the recent ruling forcing the maker of Adam Lanza's gun to open its book is such a huge victory.
John Fetterman, a man once dubbed America's "coolest mayor," is fighting to separate himself from the Democratic pack in Pennsylvania's Senate primary.
John Kasich and Ted Cruz are openly colluding in an effort to stop Donald Trump from becoming the Republican nominee, but their efforts are too little, too late.
Our political correspondent Bun B explains what would happen if none of the Republican candidates gets the majority of state delegates to win the presidential nomination.
We spoke to filmmaker Jon Bowermaster about his new documentary Dear President Obama: The Clean Revolution Is Now, which tells the stories of American families fighting the fracking industry.
If Trump expected the voice of the people to guide the direction of a political party, he picked the wrong party.
The Anita Hill hearings were just the opening chapter in a long, and deeply bizarre, career.
No word just yet about how Howie Feltherbush and Mike Hunt feel about the Donald.
A tough loss in New York have reduced Bernie Sanders's chances to become president, but there's still reasons for him to stay out there.
After pulling in 60 percent of the vote in New York's GOP primary, the Republican frontrunner started to look eerily like a real presidential candidate.
After reports of purged voter rolls, broken voting machines, and closed polling stations, officials have vowed to investigate what went wrong in New York's primary elections.
Orthodox Jews from across the political spectrum have turned against the Brooklyn-born Democrat over his position on Israel.
Come for the unflattering photos of Donald Trump, stay for the chocolate elephants.
Immigrants look back on what's changed—and what hasn't changed—since the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.
The fight to win voters outside Manhattan underscores a national divide between liberal, urban elites, and the more rural, blue-collar voters who feel forgotten and screwed by politics-as-usual.
Most of Scotland's political parties are led by people who aren't straight, and almost everyone seems to be cool with that.