Gary Johnson to Face Five Rivals for Libertarian Nomination
Skeptics question whether Johnson really holds the party's beliefs.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein Says Sanders’ Campaign ‘All But Over’
"He ought to be able to read the signposts as well as anybody else."
Sanders Camp Calls for Committee Leadership Changes at DNC
The Sanders campaign wants to remove Clinton surrogates from leadership slots.
Why the Favored Libertarian Ticket Could Be in Jeopardy
Some say the two former GOP governors don't represent Libertarian values.
The Army Chaplain Who Quit Over Obama’s Drone Program
A U.S. Army chaplain says Obama's drone policy kills civilians.
Protesters Clash Outside Trump Rally in San Diego, 35 Arrested
There were were no injuries reported nor property damage, police said.
NC Police Department Rescinds Offer to Send Cops to RNC
The Greensboro Police Department will not send officers to Cleveland in July.
'What Are You Afraid Of?' Sanders Asks Trump About Debate
He blamed the Democratic Party's "rigged" system and television networks.
Sunday on ‘This Week’: Trump Campaign Chair Paul Manafort
Manafort, Barrasso and Feinstein will appear on "This Week" Sunday.
Onetime Bill Clinton Investigator Has Kind Words for Him
Ken Starr led multiple probes of the Clinton administration.
Everything You Need to Know About Hillary Clinton
And a few things you probably didn't know.
Everything You Need To Know About Rand Paul
Paul is the second Republican candidate to enter the 2016 race.
5 Times Obama Ditched His Shoes Overseas
He visits a lot of historic sites, which often necessitates footwear removal.
12 Fun Things You Didn't Know About Past Presidents
The first president to bathe in running water and other facts.
Feinstein Says Bernie Sanders' Campaign 'All But Over'
Sen. Dianne Feinstein told ABC's Jonathan Karl Bernie Sanders' fight for the Democratic nomination is "all but over."
Police Confront Protesters After Trump Rally in San Diego
Police made arrests and used paint ball guns in order to control crowds.
Rick's Picks for May 27, 2016
ABC News' Rick Klein recaps the week in politics.
Hillary Clinton Defends Email Use, Discusses Potential Sanders/Trump Debate
Clinton doubled down on her use of a private email server while secretary of state in an interview with ABC News.
Trump on World Leaders: If They're 'Rattled,' 'That's a Good Thing'
Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump brushed off President Obama's comments that world leaders are "rattled" by him,...
Caroline Kennedy Talks Trump Rhetoric's Impact in Japan
The U.S. ambassador to Japan said she thinks people are concerned about what it may mean for the American alliance.
Donald Trump: My Past Pro-Clinton Comments Were 'A Little Bit' Insincere
During an appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" Wednesday night, Donald Trump admitted that he wasn't sincere when he made...
Obama: World Leaders Are 'Rattled' by Donald Trump as the Presumptive GOP Nominee
President Obama made his comments after ending his first day of meetings at the G7 summit.
'ISLAMOPHOBIN' Can Cure Islamophobia, CAIR Says
The Council on American-Islamic Relations posted a satirical ad in effort to combat anti-Muslim bigotry.
Speaker Ryan Says He Hasn't Made a Decision on Endorsing Trump
"I have no timeline in mind," Ryan told reporters.
President Obama Escorts Michelle to the State Dinner
A look at the first lady's life and times.