Daniel Libit is a journalist based in Chicago, where he writes about national politics for CNBC.com. He previously was a contributing writer to National Journal and a staff reporter for The Daily and POLITICO. In addition, he has tackled a wide expanse of subject matter, from college basketball scandals to panda reproductivity, for publications that include the New York Times, Washington Post magazine, the New Republic and the Columbia Journalism Review.
The rhetorical challenges of Donald Trump are not just those of substance — or the lack thereof, but of syntax — and the lack thereof.
Even as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump slug it out, at every turn, the Ohio governor is making sure to show America he's looking toward the future.
The Clinton campaign's election plan is still predicated on a billion-dollar-plus budget. What is the best way to spend it?
After the Koch brothers denied they had backed the Libertarian Party presidential candidate, questions remain about big dollar support for the party.