Numerous Republican leaders have rescinded their support for Donald Trump since the release of a 2005 tape in which he makes sexually aggressive comments about women. On Monday, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan announced he would no longer defend…
By Julie Bykowicz and Chad Day, Associated Press
Donald Trump portrays himself as an indispensable cash resource for fellow Republicans. So far, they're not seeing much of a benefit.
By Mychal Denzel Smith
Author Mychal Denzel Smith says progress toward justice and equality is always met with backlash.
By Arielle Newton
"The Democratic Party is a center-right political operation that relies on the passions of black bodies to maintain its mainstream political dominance." - Activist Arielle Newton…
By Rosa Clemente
Former Green Party vice presidential candidate and Black Lives Matter activist Rosa Clemente says it's time for the Democratic Party to stop progressing on the backs (and votes) of minorities.
By April Ponnuru
The challenges we face as a nation today are different than those faced by Reagan and other conservative standard-bearers. If we want to attract voters again, we should follow Reagan’s example and think creatively about answering the challenges set before…
By Tara Jeffries
Trump supporters have the reputation of being as loud, bombastic and controversial as their candidate, but in some corners of the public sphere, they feel they must keep their stances quiet.
Donald Trump is set to meet with House Speaker Paul Ryan on Thursday, a major step in the presumptive GOP nominee’s effort to unite the party before the general election. Judy Woodruff talks to Rep. Raul Labrador, R-Idaho, Republican strategist…
By PBS NewsHour
Donald Trump still faces an uphill battle to bring Republican party leaders around to his side before the general election. Judy Woodruff talks to Sen. Ted Cruz’s former delegate operations director Ken Cuccinelli and Corey Stewart, the Trump campaign’s Virginia…
By Jill Colvin, Associated Press
With a growing number of prominent Republicans refusing to fall in line, Donald Trump is standing firm in his assertion that the Republican Party doesn't have to be unified because he will gain Democratic votes to win in the fall.
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