Kentucky’s Matt Bevin says a Hillary Clinton presidency would set the nation on a dangerous course, possibly requiring violence to correct.
Ron Johnson, who shocked three-term incumbent Russ Feingold in 2010, faces him again in one of the country’s most hotly contested races.
The former intelligence contractor-turned whistleblower has spent the past three years in exile in Russia.
The one-minute spot attacks the GOP candidate by using only his previous comments about Americans.
Hillary Clinton says she didn't disclose her diagnosis because she didn't feel it was especially notable.
A bizarre off-camera incident near the end of "Dancing With the Stars" interrupted the live premiere.
The director took multiple liberties with the known facts in his biopic about the fugitive NSA leaker.
Observers say most of the country appears calm as the truce hammered out by the U.S. and Russia enters its second day.
Olympian Ryan Lochte was about to be judged on "Dancing With the Stars" when the proceedings were interrupted.
A Trump supporter lashed out at protesters at the rally, appearing to punch and slap them.
She says she "just didn’t think it was going to be that big a deal" when she first received the pneumonia diagnosis.
The B-1 bombers were meant to cow North Korea after its fifth nuclear test and settle rattled nerves in the South.
People with high-deductible health plans have to pay a large sum out of pocket before coverage kicks in.
North Carolina won't get to host March Madness games because of the state's controversial House Bill 2.
Trump's running mate again refused to repudiate former KKK leader David Duke.
Risking public backlash, the president will veto legislation allowing family of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia.
As she rested at home with a case of pneumonia, top surrogates aimed to downplay the illness.
Protesters greet the opening of the GOP nominee's 263-room hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue.
Surveillance video shows a person approaching Omar Mateen's place of worship moments before "a flash" of fire erupts.
Russian pro-democracy leader Garry Kasparov explains why he believes Putin is afraid of a Clinton win in November.