As this week’s convention shows, the party system is weaker than it’s ever been.
His supporters haven't penalized Trump for bending the truth. Amid a plagiarism controversy, his aides follow suit.
A judge rejects Ammon and Ryan Bundy's petition for a pretrial release, citing Ryan's aborted jailbreak attempt.
The president says his administration will work to provide additional support after the attacks in Texas and Louisiana.
New York, Massachusetts, and Maryland accuse the automaker of covering up evidence and violating environmental laws.
The former Republican presidential candidate tells Katie Couric that "a leopard can’t change its spots."
The value of his properties has suffered, an analysis finds, and some residents of Chicago's Trump Tower won't admit it.
President Obama says nation will get through the "difficult time" of the recent killings of police.
Turkey widened its retaliatory action to the media and schools after vowing to root out supporters of an exiled cleric.
The bureau didn't think the man who killed 49 people at the Pulse nightclub "would go postal," an agent says.
The popular host told a lawyer that Fox News CEO Roger Ailes made unwanted advances a decade ago, says New York magazine.
“There is no cribbing of Michelle Obama's speech. These were common words and values,” Paul Manafort said Tuesday.
His antics and the extent of his popularity show how deep darker impulses run in the Republican Party.
Catch up on all of last night's big speeches and see what's on tap for today.
A Trump delegate, an anti-Trump protester, and a Democratic strategist discuss the RNC's busy first day.
Activists at a pro-Trump rally say carrying firearms is both a safety measure and a political statement.
Parts of her speech closely mirrored the one Michelle Obama delivered at the Democratic convention in 2008.
Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn leads the GOP convention crowd in an anti-Hillary Clinton chant.
A series of grieving parents, politicians, and police officers make the case that the country and the world is under siege.
A South Carolina pastor's reference to Democrats as the "enemy" draws rebukes from liberal and conservative Christians.