Electoral College members who don't vote for the candidate who won their state have never changed an election result.
The president is deploying the phrase to help elect Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
Follow live updates via Yahoo News reporters Holly Bailey and Liz Goodwin on the presidential campaign trail.
State-owned media does little to conceal its preferences in the U.S. presidential election.
Donald Trump's misstatements are so ubiquitous, Hillary Clinton's defensive remarks often slip by unnoticed.
The defense team tries to discredit the man who recorded a video showing unarmed motorist Walter Scott being shot in the back.
An appeals court blocked a law that Democrats say would hinder minorities from voting. The high court may review the ruling.
The "Real Time with Bill Maher" host had waged a long campaign to persuade the president to appear on his show.
Documents show that Donald Trump’s wife was paid $20,056 for 10 modeling jobs before she was granted her work visa.
The company paid $150K to a former "Playboy" model for her story of an affair and didn't publish it.
The NAACP alleged that certain counties purged voter rolls through a process disproportionately targeting blacks.
The charity confirms it accepted the money when Hillary Clinton was secretary of state without informing the State Department.
The N.J. governor was set to campaign for Trump this weekend, but some of his appearances have reportedly been canceled.
A ruling by an Ohio judge creates the possibility of fines or jail time for Trump allies who harass voters.
Iraqi forces launched an assault deeper in the city in the most intense day of urban combat since the offensive began.
Two high-ranking House Democrats say “it is absolutely unacceptable for the FBI to leak unsubstantiated” information about a presidential candidate.
This is part of a broader investigation into what U.S. officials believe is an attempt by Russia to disrupt the presidential election.
"I told you to be focused, and you're not focused right now," Obama said as a Trump sign was booed.
The wealthy would enjoy the biggest savings under Trump's plan, while Clinton has the opposite idea in mind.
For all the talking Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have done during the last 18 months, they’ve said almost nothing about Social Security and Medicare.