Wiping out the large advantage Republicans currently enjoy will be challenging, but no longer unthinkable.
Alberto Gonzales believes the next 9/11-type attack on our home soil could likely involve an American citizen.
The Democratic nominee ends her media standoff and blasts Donald Trump for his praise of Vladimir Putin.
The “Today” show host spent too much time on Clinton’s emails and lobbed softball questions at Trump, critics say.
"He's been a leader far more than our president has been a leader. We have a divided country," Trump said.
The former QB was able to hit a baseball pretty far, and that’s something for him to build on.
Gary Johnson appears unfamiliar with the epicenter of the Syrian conflict when questioned on a talk show.
Even as millennials overtake their parents and grandparents as a share of the electorate, we’re stuck with two more aging boomers.
The GOP nominee says America's generals have been "reduced to rubble" and suggests he'd fire some of them if he's elected.
The Democratic nominee insists none of the messages she sent or received on her private account were deemed "Top Secret."
“What did these geniuses expect when they put men & women together?” wrote the GOP nominee in 2013.
During the 19-minute encounter above the Black Sea, the jet came within 10 feet of the American aircraft, officials say.
The Republican nominee promises increased numbers of active troops, Navy ships and subs, and fighter planes.
Police say Darren Seals, one of the first to arrive at the scene of Michael Brown's killing in 2014, was shot to death.
The presidential hopeful says he’ll increase military spending to achieve "peace through strength," but offers few specifics.
The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus come with several new features, including an upgraded camera with 12-megapixel lenses.
The Democrat's campaign tweets that its opponent "refuses to acknowledge" President Obama's birthplace.
The Democratic nominee is running a specialized voter outreach effort that's much more robust than her GOP opponent's plan.
CEO Tim Cook and company are taking the wraps off the new iPhone 7 and Apple Watch 2.
The GOP nominee had prohibited reporters from four organizations from covering campaign events.