Election 2016

Donald Trump wins, but we will never lose.

Chicago's hometown hero, Chance The Rapper, led thousands to an early voting site on Monday evening after his "Parade To The Polls" concert.

With Donald Trump’s “lewd comments” coming in less than 48 hours before the debate, one would have thought that the so-called populist Republican candidate would have been more contrite. But that’s not Donald Trump’s style. In fact, he brought no less than three of Bill Clinton sexual assault accusers to the debate with him to […]

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump‘s campaign was in crisis mode Friday evening after he was caught on a 2005 tape bragging about “making sexual advances toward a married woman, aggressively kissing and groping other women, and boasting that ‘when you’re a star they let you do it‘” reports The New York Times: The remarkable recording, unearthed […]

Thing is, George W. Bush was president when the young man died. President Obama was an Illinois state senator at the time.

Does Trump have an opportunity to attract voters of color by selecting a running mate of color or a woman? Here are five potential running mates and one wild card

The Democratic candidate said Wednesday at an event in Philadelphia that he would issue the "necessary and overdue" apology about the horrific system.

Bill Clinton unleashed a torrent of angry rhetoric at Black Lives Matter protesters Thursday during a campaign speech for his wife in Philadelphia after demonstrators condemned him and his wife for supporting his crime bill.

Stacey Dash, a Fox News contributor, rose to Donald Trump's defense in a rambling blog post on her website.

After Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump appeared to reluctantly disavow the endorsement of former KKK leader David Duke and then made supporters raise their right hands and pledge to vote for him, Saturday Night Live found perfect fodder to spoof an ad for the front-runner's candidacy.

While Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump bragged about his penis size at the start of Thursday night's raucous debate in Detroit, Michigan, the Flint water crisis was the 33rd question.