In the lead-up to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland next week, senior party leaders have gathered to draft out the party's new platform that will be approved at the convention.
Move over, women. Donald Trump is ready to cherish something else in this country: the Second Amendment.
Donald Trump has had enough of Hillary Clinton's misandrist campaign rhetoric.
NEW YORK—On the eve of Tuesday's primary, on a crowded stage in a nondescript Midtown Manhattan hotel, Cecile Richards stood by Hillary Clinton's side and laid out the stakes of the upcoming presidential election.
This week, Donald Trump was asked a very straightforward question about abortion and gave a pretty coherent answer. Then everyone lost their minds.
Donald Trump has a problem with women:
Women in America are split on whether or not Donald Trump is a terrible man, according to a poll released on Thursday by Reuters.
A majority of Republicans in each of the five states that voted Tuesday night said they want to temporarily ban Muslims from entering the United States, which shouldn't surprise you because that's the same thing polls found in South Carolina, New Hampshire, Arkansas, Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, Texas, and Virginia.
Ivanka Trump is executive vice president of development and acquisitions for the Trump Organization and an entrepreneur with a degree from the The Wharton School of Business. The eldest daughter of Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump also heads up IvankaTrump.com, a Tumblr-style mood board of Audrey…
The final GOP debate before Super Tuesday got off to an encouraging start—25 straight minutes on immigration. Joining CNN's Wolf Blitzer for the questioning was Telemundo host María Celeste Arrarás, who used meaningful follow-ups to demand that the candidates actually answer her.
According to a new poll out from Public Policy Polling, a Democratic polling firm that has upped its troll game considerably this election, 38% of Florida voters think it's possible that Ted Cruz is the Zodiac Killer. Also worth noting: One in 10 voters say they are sure of it, which happens to be the same percentage…
Donald Trump, in that weird trick he does where he occasionally says something that makes a tiny bit of sense and then undercuts it with some jacked up absurdity, said on Thursday night that Planned Parenthood provides vital healthcare to millions of women.
WALKER RIVER PAIUTE RESERVATION, Nev.—When you drive through western Nevada, you sometimes see signs warning you of low-flying aircraft. Locals say the signs are for fighter and bomber pilots training for war. The highways are surrounded by desert and mountain ranges in what seems like every hue of brown and green.
Jeb Bush and his supporters spent $130 million dollars to not win the presidency. He outspent every other candidate in advertising. He spent more on valet parking in eight months than a minimum wage worker earns in a year. Some of that money—untold sums, really—went to purchasing the small turtles he kept in his…
On Monday night, Donald Trump called Ted Cruz a pussy by informing the crowd at a New Hampshire rally that someone had just called Ted Cruz a pussy.
MANCHESTER, N.H.—Living in Manchester during a presidential election year means witnessing the political process up close. It means having access to candidates from both parties in a way that is inconceivable to most of the country. It means putting party frontrunners over the edge and mercy-killing flagging campaigns.
Ted Cruz was the first major candidate to formally declare his candidacy for the 2016 election, and he started things off with an optimistic speech at Liberty University, an evangelical school in Lynchburg, Va. "I believe in you," he told students last March. "I believe in the power of millions of courageous…
A majority of young Americans say they would feel like fleeing the country if Donald Trump won the presidency, according to a new Fusion poll about ~feelings~ and the 2016 election.
Young people are a powerful voting bloc, which you probably already knew because it's a point that gets repeated basically every election cycle. This messaging is both a statement of fact and, usually, a subtle bit of prodding to increase turnout. Like your mom telling you how you have so much potential, if only you'd…