Democrats eye House seats amid Clinton Foundation scrutiny. Republicans continue debate prep while GOP insiders worry Donald Trump is out of time. Voting starts in a month -- and neither party is taking it lightly.
GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump’s tweet that appeared to link the shooting death of NBA star Dwyane Wade’s cousin to his attempt to appeal to African-American voters drew swift criticism online Saturday
GOP challenger Bill Bryant has an uphill climb to unseat Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee. He’s introducing himself as a moderate with environmental, education and business credentials while downplaying his GOP ties.
Incumbent Gov. Jay Inslee a Democrat, attacked his Republican opponent Bill Bryant in the debate Wednesday for his stance on minimum wage. Bryant took on Inslee’s history with college tuition in the state.
As Hillary Clinton faces continued criticism for her staff’s questionable actions at the State Department, there is no evidence that she and her top aides completed ethics training as required by federal law.
Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee and Republican challenger Bill Bryant clashed over the minimum wage, education funding and Bryant's failure to disavow Donald Trump until this week during their first debate Wednesday.
Roger Ailes is advising Donald Trump ahead of the debates. Or maybe he’s not. Clinton’s team is looking for an ally who’s willing to dredge up the most awkward, painful accusations against the candidate. And, it’s the other 2016 Summer Games: The verbal gymnastics of an election year.
Joe Biden, stumping for Clinton, goes to Scranton with a message. And as if on (a fairly unfortunate) cue, Rudy Giuliani, stumping for Trump, wanders into the malarkey sphere. Just 12 more weeks, folks.
Clinton releases even more tax releases. Trump releases none. Donald Trump is the author behind the angrier tweets, a data analysis shows. And a former receptionist at Trump magazine tells about her bounced paychecks, her employer’s bankruptcy and her battle with cancer.