New polls reveal that the Libertarian candidate is losing support among young people—and the ones who say they'll vote for him aren't all that sure about it.
Donald Trump loves to complain about a "rigged" system, but some Republicans have been contemplating rigging it more to prevent a Trump 2.0.
He's now willing to back the guy who threatened to "spill the beans" on his wife.
In the infinitely unlikely case that fraud really did decide an election, it would be a "clusterfuck."
Was Barack Obama the coolest president? Is anyone less cool than Rutherford B Hayes?
One of Donald Trump's lesser-known immigration policies could have major impacts on cities across the US.
Healthy campaigns usually don't fire high-ranking staffers all the time.
On an all new episode of VICE Does America, we travel to Longview, Texas, to meet a guy with one of the largest collections of presidential memorabilia.
On Thursday, the ACLU released a collection of memos spelling out exactly why they think so many of Donald Trump's statements are unconstitutional.
The Fox News survey also found that 89 percent of all voters think the presumptive GOP nominee is "obnoxious."
The presumptive Republican nominee then claimed that Hillary Clinton "wants to abolish the Second Amendment."
Between the platitudes and contradictions, the Republican frontrunner has offered hints of an embryonic security strategy.
Maybe what this election needs is more weirdness.
Attending the Republican frontrunner's campaign events means putting yourself at the mercy of The Donald and his fans.
The leaders of the Young People's Socialist League aren't impressed by their most famous former member.
Are there that many Muslim fans of The Apprentice?
After months of anticipation, Iowans are about to cast their votes in the nation's first primary contest.
How members of America's most feared religion deal with America's craziest political process.
Donald Trump won't be physically present for the GOP debate, but that doesn't mean his spirit won't be haunting the premises.
Historian Brian Balogh explains whether a Trump administration would really be the doomsday scenario it sounds like.
There's probably never been a president with a criminal appetite like Frank Underwood's, but that's not to say that criminal activity has somehow steered clear of The White House altogether.
I'm a high school freshman face down on the desk in English class when the loudspeaker interrupts my sleep. The president is dead. Killed in Dallas. School's out for the rest of the day, which is good news.
Did you know that not only have many comic book characters encouraged people to vote, but more than a handful have run for office themselves? Instead of reviews this column is just images of comic characters who tried to become the Commander in Chief.
Those who do not learn from history are condemned to repeat it. That's what someone said.