The vice presidential nominees are set to take the stage on Tuesday, the only time they'll have the attention to themselves.
Incidents on the commuter rail system have caused more than $4.8 million in damage since 2011, federal records show.
Trump's running mate acknowledges they're a political odd couple, but he insists they share the same goals.
The document obtained by the New York Times shows the GOP nominee declared a huge loss that may have allowed him to avoid paying taxes for years.
Jacob Hall had been fighting for his life at a hospital after a bullet struck him in a main artery in his leg.
Social media lit up after audio of Clinton talking about Bernie Sanders supporters was released.
In some states, going publicly against the views of the presidential nominees has become a strategy.
Accessing this second black box could help investigators determine the causes of the train crash.
National security officials are following leads suggesting that cybercriminals are trying to influence the presidential election.
When the recent New York-area bomb attacks happened, Mohammad Chaudry thought, "Oh God, don’t let it be a Muslim."
Trump's supporters worry that the candidate's latest Twitter rant could cost him many votes.
Even though some right-leaning newspapers have disavowed Trump, it's not clear they've changed voters' minds.
About half of his supporters say they have no confidence in the integrity of the voting process, a survey shows.
Footage from a surveillance camera shows two officers confronting Ugandan-born Alfred Olango before one of them opens fire on him. Sparked protest
In the video, the real estate mogul acknowledges that he doesn’t take notes despite running a multibillion-dollar business.
It’s clear from even the quickest glance at the latest headlines that Donald Trump has transformed the 2016 presidential election into a spectacle unlike anything in recent U.S. history.
The Democratic presidential nominee calls out her rival's overnight attack on former Miss Universe Alicia Machado.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump was right when he complained about audio in the debate hall.
The city's food trucks are doubling as voter registration sites as Latinos in Texas flex their political muscle before the election.