It has been hours and Donald Trump has not said a word about today's Supreme Court decision on abortion. It is clear that Trump is not taking his presidential campaign seriously, or even trying to run for president.
Elizabeth Warren is a perfect complement to Hillary Clinton. It's lighting in a bottle special. It's Obama at the DNC in 2004. This is the magic Clinton was missing.
The Republican Party may have to spend precious resources defending Texas as Donald Trump is holding a single digit lead over Hillary Clinton in the Lone Star State.
In her first appearance at a campaign rally with Hillary Clinton, the Democratic nominee, Elizabeth Warren showed exactly why she would be a wonderful Vice-President, and the right person to take down Donald Trump. In fact, any vice-presidential pick Donald Trump chooses to counter Elizabeth Warren would be a pitifully poor one, and no match at all for Warren’s wit, policy knowledge, and skills on the campaign stump.
Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren didn't just campaign together in Ohio. The presumptive Democratic nominee and the senator from Massachusetts teamed up to rip Donald Trump apart.
Secretary Hillary Clinton called SCOTUS' Texas decision a victory for women across America but pointed out that the fight is far from over, "In Texas and across the country, a woman’s constitutional right to make her own health decisions is under attack. In the first three months of 2016, states introduced more than 400 measures restricting access to abortion."
By a 5-3 vote, the Supreme Court struck down a Texas law that would have made abortion virtually extinct in the state by requiring them to meet the standards of ambulatory surgical centers. The court ruled that the law is unconstitutional because it placed an undue burden on women.
If we are going to drug-test poor people to reduce the deficit, let’s start on the other end of the income spectrum and test the one percent.
Donald Trump is throwing a Twitter fit, and claiming that the polls are biased against him after a new poll showed him getting smoked by Hillary Clinton.
As the Republican Party nears a state of Trump led collapse, President Obama's approval rating has reached its highest level since 2011.
Members of a neo-Nazi group whose founder supports Donald Trump have stabbed five people outside of a protest in Sacramento, CA.
Donald Trump's campaign manager admitted that one of the virtues of having Trump as a candidate is that he doesn't know what is going on.
The new ABC News/Washington Post poll showed Hillary Clinton breaking the 50% threshold, which could be the first sign that a crushing defeat may be looming for Republicans in November.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) refused to say that Donald Trump is qualified to be president during an interview on ABC's This Week.
Xenophobia and nativism break out in Britain.
Henry Paulson, a Republican who was U.S. Treasury secretary during the 2008 financial meltdown, on Friday called a Donald Trump presidency "unthinkable" and said he will vote for Democrat Hillary Clinton.
U.S. President Barack Obama tried to limit the fallout from Britain's vote to leave the European Union, which threatens to harm the U.S. economic recovery, derail his trade agenda and distract U.S. allies from global security issues.
New York real estate developer Donald Trump says he has "unlimited" personal wealth to fund his White House run, but a Reuters review of his financial disclosures suggests he does not have enough cash to see his campaign through to Election Day.
The conservatives driving Brexit's success depended on fear, anti-globalism, tribalism and anti-immigration exactly like Donald Trump's campaign.
Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton regained a double-digit lead over Republican rival Donald Trump this week, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll.