Closer to Election Day, polls that weigh likelihood to vote historically favor Republicans. That seems less true this year.
Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a law today that doles out a heavy fine for people who advertise illegal short-term rentals.
After a series of gaffes, he is in danger of losing white Catholics, which is hard for a Republican to do.
It beat Grey’s Anatomy, and was only bested by NFL Football.
She also recounted a moment where Christie allegedly cursed her out and threw a water bottle at her.
After his supporters chanted “lock her up” at a rally on Friday, Trump assured them that he will have many ways to do that as president.
Compared to 2012, Democrats seem to be improving their performance in early votes cast by mail or in person.
The deal would unite AT&T’s communications infrastructure with Time Warner’s film and television empire.
Trump may be taking vulnerable GOP senators down with him.
The Republicans who are separating themselves from the candidate are far too late.
What does that mean for the East Coast?
No, it did not happen in Florida.
Less than three weeks before the election, Jim Murphy says he is leaving the campaign for personal reasons.
Democrats are still praying for a “wave election” that could dislodge a net total of 30 GOP House members.
Donald Trump was booed for the first time in the dinner’s history.
Given the nature of the pro- and anti-Trump GOP factions, it’s a can’t-lose bet.
There is broad, bipartisan agreement in Washington that once Obama is gone, an escalation of U.S. involvement in the Syrian civil war must begin.
The election has something to do with it too.
Hillary Clinton is a “frickin’ lying whore,” the conspiracy theorist said.
Mayor de Blasio admits it. Nobody is surprised.