The Clinton campaign worries that Trump's bare knuckle tactics will have this negative effect on voters, says Amie Parnes.
New York City's comptroller has found no evidence that Donald Trump gave $10,000 to a fund for 9/11 victims, NBC News reports.
John Kushma, a contributor for The Hill, says Donald Trump's behavior makes him want to be a better man.
Joe Biden says Bill Clinton's past conduct should not be a relevant issue in assessing the candidacy of Hillary Clinton.
Clinton has expanded her lead and now has 287 electoral votes, which is more than the 270 needed to win the White House, according to NBC.
Wednesday's new accusations of groping and unwanted kissing are threatening to sink the Trump campaign, NBC News reports.
Trump isn’t really still alive as much as he is the "undead," blast by blast, losing support from political leaders and voting blocks with every step, says this crisis-management expert.
Exposing the nation's political division, supporters of Donald Trump interrupted President Barack Obama at a campaign event for Hillary Clinton.
The "shackles" gone, Donald Trump stepped up his fierce attacks on his own party leaders Tuesday.
Former Vice President Al Gore touted Hillary Clinton as the only candidate who will make climate change a priority, NBC News reports.
The recent defections from Donald Trump amount to an unprecedented rejection of a nominee by their own party.
Amid an exodus of other high-profile supporters, Donald Trump is keeping one key ally in his corner.
CNBC's John Harwood breaks down the second presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Throughout the 90-minute exchange, they exchanged insults, defended themselves and even ventured into actual policy positions.
Influencers take to social media to chime in as Clinton and Trump go head to head in the second presidential debate.
Calls by some Republicans to replace Donald Trump at the top of the GOP ballot are “unrealistic," CNBC was told.
Donald Trump said that his widely criticized comments about women were just "things that people say," while accusing former President Bill Clinton of misdeeds.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump pointedly didn't shake hands when they began their second presidential debate on Sunday night.
Trump has chosen to deflect criticism instead of taking responsibility for his comments, says Emory University's Andra Gillespie.
The few scenarios under which Republicans can replace Donald Trump as the nominee are unlikely to succeed, NBC News reports.