Donald Trump is taking lumps for his clumsy and crude "What the hell do you have to lose?" black outreach effort. Black voters, until recently, seem to have been an afterthought for the Republican presidential nominee, who is much more focused on turning out the millions of white voters who supported John McCain in 2008 but stayed home when Mitt Romney ran four years later.
The national debt this year will jump to the highest level since 1950 relative to the size of the economy, the Congressional Budget Office reported Tuesday.
The FBI has launched a federal terrorism investigation into a weekend stabbing in Roanoke, Virginia, looking at whether the attacker may have been trying to behead his victim in an alleged ISIS-inspired assault, sources told ABC News.
Judicial Watch today released 725 pages of new State Department documents, including previously unreleased email exchanges in which former Hillary Clinton's top aide Huma Abedin provided influential Clinton Foundation donors special, expedited access to the secretary of state. In many instances, the preferential treatment provided to donors was at the specific request of Clinton Foundation executive Douglas Band.
Under-fire EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker risked widening divisions with European leaders today by saying borders were the 'worst invention ever'. He called for all borders across Europe to be opened, despite the chaos caused over the last year from the flood in refugees fleeing Syria and the wave of terror attacks hitting various continent's cities.
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My e-mails are so boring, and I'm embarrassed about that.
Gov. Pence: 'Trump Campaign Continues To Reach Out To Kasich, People Need To Hold On'
Amb. Bolton: 'Many Republicans Doubting Trump On Foreign Policy Were Not Republicans To Begin With'
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Los Angeles may not get the Olympics in 2024 because the folks at the International Olympic Committee are angry at the United States for pursuing doping charges against Russia.
Incumbent GOP senators facing bitter re-election battles faced a choice once Donald Trump became the Republican nominee: endorse their party's standard-bearer, play coy with noncommittal support, or staunchly refuse to back the party's presidential nominee. The endangered GOP senators who have stiff-armed Trump are now suffering the political consequences, while those who got behind Trump and moved on are riding high.
Ungrateful refugees in Pennsylvania are suing the local school district, claiming the education they are receiving isn't good enough. The students, who range in age from 17 to 21, hail from Somalia, Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Burma, and are being represented by the Pennsylvania American Civil Liberties Union.
Donald Trump has shown the Republican base a different direction - and it likes what is sees. He is the nominee, after all. The important issues Trump has brought to the forefront of the political conversation have resulted in a veritable anti-globalization revolt that reverberates across the political spectrum.
Seizing on the FBI's discovery of nearly 15,000 previously undisclosed emails and documents from Hillary Clinton's secret server, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump Monday called for a special prosecutor to investigate.
A woman attacked three people with a machete in Brussels Monday. The heinous attack is the latest incident in a string of recent stabbing and slashing attacks that undermines the liberal assumption that the presence of firearms alone causes violence.