It's been a very bad week for the Trump Empire.
And he's taking the rest of the Republican Party down with him.
The New Jersey governor's 2016 campaign is already a joke, but the candidate seems to be the only one who doesn't get the punchline.
At a press conference Monday, Haley led bipartisan push to take down the rebel flag that flies in front of the South Carolina state Capitol.
With Trump's escalator ride into the 2016 presidential campaign, the GOP race has officially spun off its axis.
There are a lot of people with a beef against the new Republican presidential candidate, but perhaps none are so hostile as the libertarian and Tea Party activists in his own party.
Fraud, huckster, Nacho Cheese Dorito–dusted goiter wrapped in a full Windsor knot—Donald Trump is many indefensible things. But the motherfucker can make an entrance.
In the wake of the Freddie Gray protests that made race relations in Baltimore national news, some locals are determined to expand voting rights for former prisoners.
Amid all the right-wing hysteria over amnesty and border security, the GOP doesn't seem to have noticed that the threat they promise to eliminate isn't much of a threat anymore.
The candidate who was supposed to be the GOP's safe choice now has to answer questions about a 1995 book where he rambled on about how much he disliked divorce and "victims movements."
The Democratic candidate criticized Republicans for trying to restrict access to the ballot. But neither party is addressing the grimmer, greater truth: Most Americans who can vote don't vote.
North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory's decision to sign another bill restricting abortions is the latest sign that the far-right conservatives are taking over the state.
"I'm pretty sure that I would have found my feminine side and said, 'Coach, I think I'd rather shower with the girls today.'"
With his blitzkrieg against NSA surveillance, the Kentucky Republican is returning to his roots, and his fans are loving it.
The sweater-vested theocrat announced Wednesday that he is making a second White House run.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach sees election criminals lurking behind every polling booth. Now the state legislature is about to give him the prosecutorial power to do something about it.
With approximately 1,200 Republicans running for president, the 2016 primary debates will be a test of just how much crazy the GOP can stand.
With his presidential hopes fading, the New Jersey governor is resorting to some creative revisionism about the scandal that brought down his career.
"I will not let the Patriot Act, the most unpatriotic of acts, go unchallenged."
Huckabee is a weird hybrid of the worst parts of our political system: A candidate who runs for president to support his career, and whose career exists to support his run for president.
The New Jersey governor's presidential ambitions are DOA, and now even GOP leaders in his home state are jumping ship.
Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina both want to be president—but they're going to be sideshows instead.
His new book looks at how the American government, banks, and intelligence agencies enforce a very covert and modern type of imperialism.
At New Hampshire's First in the Nation summit, the 2016 Republican presidential field is very deep and very weird.