GOP strategist, Armstrong Williams, says dog whistle politics aren't new. But with Donald Trump's unapologetic flair, the campaign has gone from innuendo to naming names.
By Julie Pace and Jill Colvin, Associated Press
Trump's address Wednesday morning at his hotel in New York's SoHo neighborhood marks his official opening salvo against Clinton, the prospective Democratic presidential nominee, in the general election.
By Jonathan Lemire and Jill Colvin, Associated Press
Lewandowski has been by Trump's side since the beginning of his unlikely rise to presumptive GOP nominee.
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, as graduation season draws to a close, we look back at some of the advice given by actors, politicians and industry leaders to graduates across the country. And while most graduation speeches…
One Twitter, would-be voters are showing reluctant support for Hillary Clinton using #GirlIGuessImWithHer.
By Lisa Desjardins
The 83-page State Department report on Hillary Clinton and the use of private email accounts at the department, released Wednesday, brought some new information to light and confirmed other findings. Here are five of the more interesting points.
By Seth Borenstein, Associated Press
For more than two decades, researchers of different stripes have examined humanity's less-than-truthful underbelly. This is what they have found: We all stretch the truth, and politicians distort the truth more often, use more self-justifications and deceive in larger ways,…
By PBS NewsHour
Does it seem these days that politicians are always speaking yet never really say anything? Give them a break, says Barton Swaim, former speechwriter for South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford. According to Swaim, we expect them to speak too often…
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