Trump Says US Will Be Safer, Richer If He Is PresidentDonald Trump has accepted the Republican nomination for president, promising anxious Americans that they will be safer and richer if he is elected in November.
Clinton Looks to Steal Trump Thunder with VP PickHillary Clinton moved closer to introducing her running mate, snatching attention from newly crowned Republican nominee Donald Trump just hours after he closed out his convention with a fiery and foreboding turn at the podium.
Ted Cruz Booed Lustily as He Refuses to Endorse Donald TrumpTexas Sen. Ted Cruz tried to link arms with Republicans at the party's national convention but was booed lustily by delegates...
Trump Nears VP Decision; Contenders Holding Their Breath
Senate Campaign Ad Attacks Rubio for Not Supporting TrumpRepublican Carlos Beruff is releasing his first attack ad against U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio and criticizing him for not supporting presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump.
NAFTA a Sore Spot for Some Democrats on Clinton in MichiganMichigan is trickier than it may appear for Hillary Clinton, a Democrat whose party's presidential nominees have carried the struggling manufacturing hub for decades.
College-Educated Whites Put Hole in Trump CoalitionWanda Melton has voted for every Republican presidential nominee since Ronald Reagan in 1980, but now the Georgia grandmother plans to cross over to support Democrat Hillary Clinton.
Anti-Trump Virginia Delegate to Present Case to JudgeA Virginia delegate to the Republican National Committee who wants to avoid voting for presumptive nominee Donald Trump at the party convention later this month is set to make his case before a federal judge.
Trump: Saddam Killed Terrorists 'So Good'Donald Trump, who frequently criticizes U.S. foreign policy under President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, is praising Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's ruthlessness.
Assessing Trump's Vice Presidential ShortlistRepublican Donald Trump has narrowed down his vice presidential shortlist to a handful of contenders. While the presumptive GOP nominee is known for throwing curveballs, here's a look at some of the men and women he is said to be considering and has met with recently:
Clinton and Obama Rally in Charlotte; Trump in RaleighDemocratic governor candidate Roy Cooper and U.S. Senate hopeful Deborah Ross are looking to build momentum when they join fellow party members at the joint appearance of President Barack Obama and presidential nominee Hillary Clinton for a rally in Charlotte.
In His Words: Donald Trump's Evolving Muslim Ban Donald Trump's proposal to bar foreign Muslims from entering the country was among his most bombastic, helping him stand out in a crowded Republican primary field. Now the presumptive Republican nominee for president, the billionaire businessman appears to be reversing his stance. A timeline of Trump's changing language on the issue: