From the first day, the campaign was a wild and combustible mix of outrageous showmanship and backstabbing.
Federal officials have informed New York authorities about possible al-Qaida attacks around Election Day.
Mike Huckabee, a loyal Trump surrogate, makes a strange case for electing the GOP candidate over Hillary Clinton.
Two former aides of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie have been been found guilty of using traffic jams for political retaliation.
The October jobs report is the biggest economic event remaining before Tuesday's election.
His wife, Melania, spoke against cyberbullying, but Donald Trump mocks and ridicules people on social media regularly.
Voters and markets see Clinton's administration continuing the economic policies of President Obama.
A union-funded super-PAC has spent $60 million to help Democrats this year, but that's probably just a warm-up for its real mission.
How the the president talks about terrorism can literally be the difference between life and death.
A federal jury delivered a blow to the magazine over its retracted story about a University of Virginia fraternity.
The rock star will play there a day before the anniversary of the jihadi attack that left 90 people dead.
Donald Trump's son says white supremacist David Duke is “disgusting” and suggests he should be shot.
A 30-second Trump campaign video says "decades of lies, cover-ups, and scandal have finally caught up" with the Democratic nominee.
Aides of the Republican presidential nominee are seeing a hopeful sign heading into the final stretch of the campaign.
She hits the campaign trail, detailing her biography and telling supporters what kind of first lady she would be.
By declining to say whether Paul Ryan should be reelected as House speaker, the VP nominee is withholding support from a close friend.
Can Democrats cut into the massive Republican margins at the state level, where so many governors’ mansions and statehouses are red?
The prosecution at Michael Slager's trial says the white ex-police officer altered the scene where he shot dead an unarmed black motorist.
NATO said the Americans killed in the assault were part of "a train, advise, and assist mission."
A crowdfunding effort raised the money to help the historic black church that was spray-painted with "Vote Trump."