Here's what WikiLeaks' email excerpts prove about Hillary Clinton and those Wall Street speaking fees, says Lanny Davis.
Neither Clinton nor Trump have a clear explanation of how they'd step up the fight against ISIS.
NEW YORK/ BOSTON, Oct 17- Largely united in their dislike of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, some ultra-wealthy U.S. investors who play in conservative politics are warily weighing their choices, torn between third-party candidates, simply focusing on down-ballot contests or even voting for Democrat Hillary Clinton. Stanley Druckenmiller,...
Wall Street is about the crudest locker room you're going to find—and yet a lot of finance professionals just can't "stomach" Trump.
Republican Senate candidates entering a perilous debate season are facing a Donald Trump problem, NBC News reports.
The "shackles" gone, Donald Trump stepped up his fierce attacks on his own party leaders Tuesday.
Trump should play up this rift with the GOP establishment as much as possible, says Jake Novak. Here’s why.
McCain said that he might write in his 'old, good friend' Sen. Lindsey Graham when he votes for president next month, NBC News reports.
Amid an exodus of other high-profile supporters, Donald Trump is keeping one key ally in his corner.
Calls by some Republicans to replace Donald Trump at the top of the GOP ballot are “unrealistic," CNBC was told.
For VP's, life begins on the trail as they mold their message to the policies of the nominees who picked them, The Fiscal Times reports.
Senators Lindsey Graham, Kelly Ayotte, John McCain and Ted Cruz told a news conference they had filed a measure to give Israel an additional $1.5 billion in military aid, while renewing U.S. sanctions on Iran. Arguing that U.S. law gives Congress control of spending, they objected to a provision preventing Israel from asking for additional funds from Congress...
Senators Lindsey Graham, Kelly Ayotte, John McCain and Ted Cruz told a news conference they wanted to add a measure giving Israel an additional $1.5 billion in military aid to a bill expected later this year to renew U.S. sanctions on Iran. Arguing that Congress, not the administration, sets spending policy under U.S. law, they objected to a provision in the...
Republican Senator Cory Gardner will introduce legislation on Wednesday, coinciding with the visit to Washington of Myanmar democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, that would require close consultation with Congress on lifting of any sanctions. Gardner, the chairman of a Senate subcommittee that focuses partly on relations with South Asia, told Reuters he...
WASHINGTON, Sept 13- American intelligence agencies are concerned about reports that foreign governments may be attempting to undermine the Nov. 8 U.S. elections through cyber attacks, Admiral Mike Rogers, the director of the National Security Agency, said on Tuesday. "We continue to be actively concerned," Rogers told a Senate hearing, responding to a question...
Concerns about the health of presidential candidates - individuals with high-stress day jobs - are nothing new, NBC News reports.
Three high-profile incumbents, including Rubio and McCain, have beat back primary challengers in Tuesday's primaries, NBC News reports.
MUNCIE, Indiana, Aug 30- One night a month, retired auto workers shuffle into a former elementary school classroom here to discuss their legal fight against the company that cancelled their health care benefits seven years ago. The group is a remnant of a once-powerful United Auto Workers union local, which at its peak in the 1960 s represented over 5,000 workers...
Voters are expected to pick Senators John McCain and Marco Rubio as their U.S. Senate nominees, but one name not on either ballot looms large.
Hillary Clinton could still stumble, even if polls increasingly suggest she is on track to beat Donald Trump in a landslide, says Niall Stanage.