On Trump’s nightly feed, he’s winning the election handily, crushing it in early voting, and surging in swing states. It’s a full-on rout.
A pair of temblors damage churches and buildings just two months after a powerful earthquake killed nearly 300 people.
Adam Crapser, who was flown to the U.S. and adopted as a small child, has been ordered deported to his native South Korea.
The Democratic nominee has help from high-profile surrogates to galvanize the Hispanic community.
Former Illinois lawmaker Joe Walsh claims he wasn’t calling for violence when he vowed to grab a musket if Donald Trump loses the election.
Allies of Hillary Clinton felt threatened by Bernie Sanders' candidacy, according to the latest hacked emails.
Obama told the Defense Department not to "nickel and dime" service members defrauded by zealous recruiters.
The candidate remains upbeat, but his aides not so much, acknowledging that their boss has been his own worst enemy.
The heated on-air exchange revived dormant ill will between the Trump campaign and Fox News host Megyn Kelly.
The challenge isn’t going away for the company anytime soon — it is embedded in Apple’s DNA.
Warplanes hit a school complex in the rebel-held province of Idlib, killing 17 people, most of them youngsters, activists say.
Sharbat Gula, immortalized on a 1984 magazines cover, is detained in Pakistan for carrying fraudulent identity papers.
Angie Payden says she had "impossible" sales goals to reach as a banker that gave her panic attacks.
After the VP said he’d love to take the billionaire "behind the gym" in response to groping allegations, Trump says he would "love that."
ISIS did everything it could to make Q-West base unusable, but now it's the staging ground for 1,000 U.S.-led troops plus Iraqi soldiers.
Some of the risks associated with Trump in the White House disappear — only to be replaced by other concerns.
He is the first independent presidential candidate in a long time who is on track to win a state's Electoral College votes.
Many successful politicians have used humor to their advantage, but not the two candidates running this year.
“You are fascinated with sex!” the former House speaker tells host Megyn Kelly after she brings up the "Access Hollywood" tape.
The charge puts the 84-year-old Arizona sheriff in a tough spot as he seeks a seventh term in office.