Alabama Democratic Senate nominee Doug Jones says it’s “absurd” for the campaign of GOP opponent Roy Moore to characterize him as an “ultra-liberal.”
Alabama Democratic Senate nominee Doug Jones is surging in the polls as embattled Republican Roy Moore fights back allegations he pursued romantic relationships with teenage girls in his thirties.
One year after losing the presidential race, 2016 Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is still questioning the “legitimacy” of President Trump’s victory, accusing Republicans of voter suppression tactics in swing states and Russians of influencing votes through a “disinformation campaign.”
Roy Moore is going on offense against the national Republicans who have demanded he drop out of the Alabama Senate race as the state GOP announced Thursday it won’t abandon Moore as their nominee amid accusations of past sexual misconduct.
Alabama Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore reacted to the groping allegations made against Minnesota Democratic Sen. Al Franken on Thursday by arguing a double standard is at play.
New twists and turns emerged in the Alabama Senate race Wednesday as an attorney for Roy Moore questioned the motives of one accuser, the state Republican Party huddled to discuss its support of Moore and a three more females surfaced to allege past sexual misconduct.
President Trump on Wednesday touted his administration’s "tremendous success" after returning to Washington from a 12-day, five-country foreign trip in Asia where talks with foreign leaders focused on trade and the nuclear threat from North Korea.
The Republican National Committee is pulling its field staffers out of the Alabama Senate race as embattled Republican nominee Roy Moore battles allegations he sought romantic relationships with teenage females as an adult, Fox News has learned.
Embattled Alabama Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore is hitting back at the Washington Post, accusing the paper of having a “political agenda” as he denies allegations he sought romantic relationships with teenage females as an adult.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee is no longer listed as part of a joint fundraising agreement with Alabama Senate nominee Roy Moore, as the candidate battles allegations he sought romantic relationships with teenage females as an adult.
Outgoing GOP Sen. Luther Strange is being urged to mount a write-in campaign in Alabama’s Senate special election next month amid the fallout over a bombshell report that Republican nominee Roy Moore pursued romantic relationships with teenagers as an adult.
Virginia Rep. Bob Goodlatte, the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, on Thursday announced plans to retire from Congress, becoming the latest influential Republican lawmaker to opt against running for re-election.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul said Wednesday he is recovering from six broken ribs following an incident last week in which police say the libertarian-leaning Republican was tackled by a neighbor as he mowed his lawn.
A year ago today, Donald Trump was elected president. Twelve months later, the changes are seismic.
Democrats rode to victory in the hotly contested gubernatorial elections in Virginia and New Jersey on Tuesday, as Ralph Northam defeated Republican Ed Gillespie in Virginia and Phil Murphy beat Republican Kim Guadagno in New Jersey.
The Democratic candidates swept to victory in Tuesday's gubernatorial races, with Fox News projecting Ralph Northam will beat Ed Gillespie in Virginia and Phil Murphy will beat Kim Guadagno in New Jersey.
Early returns show a tight gubernatorial race between Republican Ed Gillespie and Democrat Ralph Northam in Virginia, where conservatives are hoping for an upset and liberals want to notch their first major win after a string of losses since Donald Trump was elected president.
Candidates are spending the final days of the gubernatorial races in Virginia and New Jersey battling over illegal immigration and sanctuary cities as voters head to the polls Tuesday.
The Trump administration is considering putting North Korea back on the United States' list of state sponsors of terrorism, national security adviser H.R. McMaster told reporters Thursday.
Veteran Democratic operative Donna Brazile made the explosive claim Thursday she uncovered evidence during the 2016 presidential campaign that Hillary Clinton’s campaign “rigged the nomination process” through a secret arrangement with the Democratic National Committee to the detriment of her primary opponent, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Following the terror attack in New York City Tuesday, President Trump said he ordered the Department of Homeland Security to "step up" the nation's "extreme vetting program."
President Trump reacted to the terror attack in Lower Manhattan on Tuesday by saying it was done by a “sick and deranged person.”
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said Tuesday that a Democratic television ad showing minority children in Virginia being chased down the road by a man in a pickup truck with a Confederate flag and bumper sticker for a Republican candidate is “political racism.”
Alabama Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore is famous for refusing to remove a statue of the Ten Commandments from a government building but he told reporters Tuesday he doesn’t support a “religious test” for officeholders.
Former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser George Papadopolous pleaded guilty this month to making false statements to FBI agents about his contacts with people close to the Russian government, according to court documents unsealed Monday.
Longtime Trump ally Roger Stone’s account was suspended by Twitter on Saturday – but the self-styled agent provocateur is vowing to return to the social network.
Democrats are spending the closing days of Virginia’s contentious gubernatorial race trying to tie Republican nominee Ed Gillespie to this summer’s white supremacist violence in Charlottesville – something the Gillespie campaign is decrying as an “ugly character smear.”
Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday railed against federal judges for blocking Trump administration policies, arguing their rulings have been driven by their political views and not their interpretation of the law.
The Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign committee violated campaign finance laws after they failed to disclose payments linked to the so-called "Trump dossier," alleged a complaint filed with the Federal Election Commission by the Campaign Legal Center.
The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee claims he obtained a “smoking gun” email that proves the Obama Justice Department prevented settlement payouts from going to conservative-leaning organizations, even as liberal groups were awarded money and DOJ officials denied “picking and choosing” recipients.
President Trump asked Alaska’s two Republican senators what they thought about him reversing former President Barack Obama’s 2015 executive decision changing the name of the tallest mountain in North America from Mount McKinley to Denali – and both asked him not to do it.
Jimmy Carter, the 93-year-old former Democratic president, says he is willing to go to North Korea on a diplomatic mission for President Trump amid the escalating tensions over nuclear weapons.