America's political oligarchy is alive and well.
Gov. Larry Hogan is considering challenging President Trump in 2020.
Democrats are threatening to remove President Trump from the ballot in 2020 unless he gives away personal information to the public.
Biden and Buttigieg are statistically tied in the Granite State.
High-level advisors are departing the Beto O'Rourke campaign.
The statement slams the investigation, and pledges to investigate the investigators.
Beto explained away his decision to donate 0.3% of his salary to charity by saying it is okay because of his presidential campaign.
Judge Moore still has the attention of the people of Alabama.
Buttigieg praised Sanders for his devotion to socialism in a 2000 essay.
Trump likely won't even acknowledge Weld as an opponent.
Tweets uncovered by Big League Politics show Bernie Sanders’ newly hired Press Secretary making racist statements about white people. Briahna Joy Gray was hired by Sanders...
The Texas Democrat is making reparations for slavery a prominent campaign promise.
President Trump is enjoying high approval ratings when it comes to the economy.
The Senator from New York was hitting softballs in preparation for her CNN appearance.
The embrace went on almost 15 seconds after Hillary Clinton tried to end it.
The open-border Palestinian American Congressman from Michigan is flirting with the idea of a sabotage campaign against President Donald Trump in 2020.
South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg is being rejected by part of the LGBT movement for seeming too moderate and conservative in reaching out to voters.
Biden ditched his candidacy in the 1988 presidential race after two separate scandals dogged him.
Swalwell is known for his conspiracy theories and anti-Second Amendment rhetoric.
Data shows that Democrats are the preferred political party of felons, prisoners, rule-breakers and cheats.
Sanders surprised some by rejecting a platform of open borders.
Now, the former Vice President is downplaying his own scandal.
The losing U.S. Senate candidate chose a communications director from a losing gubernatorial race.