What Steve Bannon wants is for Trump to stick to his campaign message, Financial Times reports.
Hillary Clinton shored up support in battleground states while Donald Trump crisscrossed the country, NBC News reports.
Trump's rise, scary as it has been, offers several reason for the left to feel optimism, says Professor Corey Robin.
Donald Trump didn't just destroy himself. Hillary Clinton destroyed him, says Vox's Ezra Klein.
Paul Ryan defeats Paul Nehlen in Tuesday's Wisconsin primary with 84-percent of the votes.
House Speaker Paul Ryan on Tuesday defeated a long-shot Republican primary challenger who had been praised by Donald Trump.
Donald Trump lives on Twitter and Facebook, but employees at the two companies are almost exclusively backing Hillary Clinton.
It's clear from the "60 Minutes" interview what role running mate Mike Pence will play in Trump's campaign, says Jake Novak.
Trump put the final kibosh on #NeverTrump with his Pence pick for VP. Here are three things the Trump-Pence campaign needs to do now, says Jake Novak.
Here's why Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is a much better choice than Chris Christie or Newt Gingrich for Trump's running mate, says media strategist Mark Macias.
Whether you like Hillary Clinton or hate her, it's time to admit that she won the nomination because she's really good at politics, says Vox's Ezra Klein.
From ninja-like "Infinity Burial Suits" to becoming part of a mushroom patch, there are some seriously cool disruptions happening to death, says VC Lisa Suennen.
Now that Donald Trump is the presumptive nominee for the GOP, tell us whom he should select as his running mate.
The 2008 vice presidential candidate says Ryan's statement 'was not a wise decision.'
Sarah Palin is harshly criticizing House Speaker Paul Ryan for withholding his support from likely Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
If the GOP primary comes down to just a few hundred delegates, Carly Fiorina could move the needle for Ted Cruz, says GOP strategist Sara Fagen.
Even if Trump keeps winning primaries, he isn't likely to lock in the GOP nomination before the convention, says Sara Fagen. Why? In a word: Math.
Though Trump and Sanders appear to be opposites, they have striking similarities, and so do their followers, says Sara Fagen.
The GOP has a good chance of winning the election. But only if the party unifies behind the strongest candidate now, says GOP strategist Sara Fagen.
There are some serious questions heading into the New Hampshire primary—but they're not about Trump, says GOP strategist Sara Fagen.