Republican National Convention News
Texas, California Separatists Attend Pro-Kremlin Conference
Nate Smith, executive director of the Texas Nationalist Movement, looked uncertain as a man identifying himself as an east Ukrainian resistance fighter pledged solidarity to Smith’s struggle for an independent Texas. Standing in a conference room in the Ritz Hotel in central Moscow on Sunday, Smith
Alabama Lawmaker Tweets Clinton's Husband 'Likely a Rapist'
An Alabama lawmaker unhappy with Hillary Clinton's allegations during the presidential debate that Republican Donald Trump is sexist expressed his disapproval by tweeting the Democratic nominee's husband is "likely a rapist"
Who Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Invited to the First Presidential Debate
While the biggest attraction during the presidential debate tonight will be the two candidates on stage, at least some attention will likely be paid to those in the audience. Here's a look at who the candidates invited to sit in the audience at tonight's debate. Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton 's
The Impact of Debates? It's Debatable
With the Hillary Clinton-Donald Trump debates upon us, the quadrennial question comes begging: Do these showdowns matter? The chances for impact seem ripe this year. The two most unpopular major-party candidates in the history of ABC News/Washington Post polls are facing off. Donald Trump's
Former WWE Wrestling Executive Becoming GOP Mega Donor
Former wrestling executive and two-time Senate candidate in Connecticut Linda McMahon is becoming a mega-donor in national Republican politics
As Clinton Focuses on Debate, Trump Says He'd Champion Women
Donald Trump is arguing that he'll do more to help women from the White House than Democratic rival Hillary Clinton
The Latest: Trump, Clinton to Meet With Netanyahu
In New York, Clinton and Trump are expected to meet separately on Sunday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
Trump Says He'll Do More for Women as President Than Clinton
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is trying to make the case that he'll do more to help women if he's elected to the White House than rival Hillary Clinton
Ted Cruz Calls His Decision to Back Trump 'Agonizing'
Ted Cruz appears uncomfortable defending the man he says he'll vote for in November, Donald Trump. Addressing a policy forum organized by The Texas Tribune, the Texas senator said Saturday it was "agonizing" making the decision to back Trump, whom he once called a "pathological liar" and "serial