Gary Johnson Has Another Televised 'Aleppo Moment'
The Libertarian candidate couldn't immediately name a foreign leader.
A Look at Trump’s Claim About Clinton’s Estate Tax Plan
Trump claimed family farmers might have to pay a 65 percent tax.
Trump Jokes About Non-Conservative Christians: 'Should We Keep Them?'
The GOP presidential candidate spoke to supporters in Iowa.
Taco Truck Voter Registration Campaign Launches in Texas
The campaign aims to reach eligible voters in Houston.
Legal Experts Say Law Allowing 9/11 Families to Sue Saudi Arabia Has Consequences
America faces a backlash for letting citizens sue countries for terror links.
Sanders Hints at Putting 'Pressure' on Clinton Over Banking Issues
Clinton may get ongoing pressure to put tougher regulations on large banks.
Senators Call for Justice Department Probe of EpiPen Manufacturer
Some lawmakers suggest the company may have violated the False Claims Act.
First Lady Hits the Campaign Trail for Clinton in Battleground Pennsylvania
Michelle Obama returns to stumping for the Democratic presidential nominee.
Senator Suggests Trump 'Daily Weigh-In' After His Miss Universe Body Comments
The democratic senator tweeted that she and other senators were 'concerned.'
Obama to Visit Israel, Attend Shimon Peres' Funeral
President Obama will honor the late president in a visit to Israel.
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.
Gary Johnson Has Another Televised 'Aleppo Moment'
Gary Johnson has once again demonstrated that foreign policy may not be his strong point.
Obama to Visit Israel, Attend Shimon Peres' Funeral
President Obama will honor the late president in a visit to Israel.
Congress Overrides Obama's Veto of 9/11 Bill
White House fears bill would expose U.S. to foreign lawsuits.
Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton Promote 'Debt Free College' Plan
The Vermont senator joins the Democratic nominee for president at a Durham, New Hampshire rally to promote her campaign's...
Michelle Obama Campaigns for Hillary Clinton in Philadelphia
The first lady returns to the campaign trail for the Democratic presidential nominee.
Congressman Asks Fed Chairwoman About Potential Political Bias
New Jersey representative Scott Garrett discusses a possible perception that the Federal Reserve has demonstrated a bias...
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Shimon Peres Awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom
June 13, 2012: President Obama awards Israel's Shimon Peres the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Congress Prepares To Override Obama's 9/11 Veto
The president vetoed a bill allowing 9/11 families to sue Saudi Arabia in U.S. courts.
Senate Poised to Override President Obama's Veto of 9/11 Bill
The Senate is set today to override a veto from President Obama, for the first time, over a bill that would allow the...
Undecided Voters React to First Presidential Debate
Anchor Amna Nawaz interviews undecided voters the morning after the first presidential debate.
Michelle Obama Through the Years
A look at the first lady's life and times.