Politicians Call For Calm In Wake Of UK Vote To Leave EUIn a stunning blow to the European Union, voters in the United Kingdom decided, by a narrow margin, to leave.
Sanders Says He'll Vote For Clinton, But Won't Endorse HerBernie Sanders said Friday that he will vote for rival Hillary Clinton in November's general election, citing presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump as a primary driving force behind the decision.
Clinton 'Gets Rich Making You Poor,' Trump ChargesThe war of words between presidential candidates continues.
Q-Poll: Clinton Inches Up Over Trump In FloridaHillary Clinton had opened up an 8-point lead over Republican Donald Trump in Florida, the largest of the presidential swing states, according to the latest Quinnipiac University Swing State Poll.
Chelsea Clinton Gives Birth To Second Child, Son AidanPresidential hopeful Hillary Clinton is now a grandmother twice over.
Democrats Mobilize To Give Trump "Rude Awakening" In Summer OnslaughtRepublican Donald Trump's unconventional campaign is about to feel the heat of political organization.
Trump Battleground Plan Relies On Skeptical GOP LeadersDonald Trump is working to address a battleground state staffing shortage that highlights his reliance on a skeptical GOP establishment.
Sanders Says He Will Work With Clinton To Transform PartyDemocratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said Thursday in an address to his supporters that he will work with Hillary Clinton to transform the Democratic Party.
Hillary Clinton Wins DC Primary, As She Meets With SandersHillary Clinton closed off the presidential primary season with a win in the nation's capital.
Obama, Clinton Rail Against Trump Over Orlando Shooting CommentsPresident Barack Obama delivered a scathing speech in response to Donald Trump's accusations he is not tough enough in fighting terrorist groups.
Clinton, Trump Weigh In On Orlando Mass ShootingPresidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump took very different approaches to the mass shooting in Orlando.
Clinton, Trump Pause Politicking In Wake Of Mass ShootingBoth Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton paused their presidential politicking Sunday to offer prayers and support to the victims of the Orlando nightclub shooting, the worst mass shooting in U.S. history.