The Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to decide whether Ohio wrongfully purged eligible voters from the state's registration list.
By Sam Hananel, Associated Press
Jovenel Moise, known as “Banana Man” because he exports produce, won Haiti’s Nov. 20 presidential election with more than half of the vote, said Haiti’s electoral council this week.
By News Desk
Therapeutic films, pop-up naked statues, and fake graveyards are among the projects that artists across the political spectrum have used to make bold statements during this year’s divisive election season.
By Courtney Norris
Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham announced Monday he was ending his 2016 presidential campaign.
By Laurie Kellman and Bill Barrow, Associated Press
Argentina’s newly elected center-right President Mauricio Macri signaled his intentions to overturn more than a decade of wide-ranging leftist fiscal and social policies forged by the country’s outgoing Peronist party in his inaugural address Thursday.
Hillary Clinton says she's "worried" about the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, and that she can't support it given what she knows at this point. The former secretary of state and Democratic presidential candidate sits down with Judy Woodruff to discuss…
By PBS NewsHour
What's driving strong support for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump? Political director Lisa Desjardins talks with Judy Woodruff about what’s kept anti-establishment Trump at the top of the field.
By Lisa Lerer, Associated Press
By last fall, the number of experts Hillary Clinton had interviewed hit two hundred and her team stopped keeping track.
By Kevin Freking, Associated Press
Wisconsin congressman Paul Ryan is reportedly weighing a White House run for 2016. When asked on Sunday about the possibility of a presidential campaign, Ryan said he and his family will "take very seriously and weigh" the decision next year.
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