During the Bush administration, Katy Talento claimed HIV/AIDS research money was going to support Russian prostitution.
Concerned that white supremacist supporters of President-elect Trump could bring concealed weapons to Washington, DC next week, city officials are warning there will be consequences.
The damning letter, which helped deny Sessions a federal judgeship in 1986, was never entered into the congressional record. It was finally published Tuesday evening.
A pizza restaurant reopened two days after an armed man stormed the place to "self-investigate" a ludicrous conspiracy theory that the restaurant secretly provides underage prostitutes to top Democrats.
At least one high-profile Democratic lobbyist rushed to reassure clients everything would be OK and that their influence dollars wouldn’t go to waste.
The list isn't final but includes plum roles for Chris Christie, Jeff Sessions, and Reince Priebus.
Abortion has barely been an issue in the 2016 presidential race, in sharp contrast with Senate races, where groups like Emily's List and Planned Parenthood are spending big.
The former KKK leader joined five other Louisiana candidates for US Senate on Wednesday amid protests at Dillard University.
There's not a lot of love for the Clintons among Haitians in South Florida, and Donald Trump's campaign wants to make sure it stays that way.
On the stump and on social media, Trump is making sure early voters in certain states know there’s still time to switch their ballots.
The Republican candidate's supporters at two rallies Saturday said the FBI's latest investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails confirmed their suspicions about her — but may not actually sway the election.
Four Florida stations received cease and desist letters demanding they stop running an ad featuring footage from the 2008 campaign of the First Lady taking a perceived swipe Hillary Clinton.
The former Indiana senator is now running again. In one case, on the morning of the Iraq invasion, he missed a hearing — but did make it to an “informal breakfast” held by the Investment Company Institute earlier that morning.
“Step right up! Enter the Hillary House of Horrors, you dirty 1 percenters!”
The $400,000 ad campaign by the Make America Number 1 super PAC attempts to use the first lady's words to hit Hillary Clinton.
Jeremy Currie likes to wear Trump shirts to piss off his Canadian neighbors. His wife can't stand the Republican nominee — so she made a shirt of her own.
“I think they’re gonna be sorry,” one of the candidate’s supporters warned about what will happen if Paul Ryan and the party establishment don’t get back behind Trump.
Months ago, the party deployed major resources for an important task: delivering early voters for Rob Portman and John McCain.
"If you don’t stop and frisk, you might accidentally overlook somebody, and if you do, it raises all these constitutional rights complaints," one supporter said at a rally Thursday.