Donald Trump has a slim lead over Hillary Clinton in South Carolina, according to a Winthrop University poll, although the real estate tycoon is underperforming previous Republican presidential candidates in the Palmetto State. The poll found that 42 percent of likely South Carolina voters support Trump, while 38 percent prefer Clinton.
A company controlled by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump once violated the U.S. trade embargo against Cuba by secretly conducting business on the communist island, according to a report from Newsweek.
With Election Day a little over a month away, lawmakers are headed home to campaign after narrowly averting another government shutdown. The House and Senate adjourned late Wednesday night after passing a short-term government funding bill that sets up another potential fight over spending in the lame-duck session.
The World Health Organization has declared that the Region of the Americas has become the first in the world to have eliminated measles, a viral disease that can cause severe health problems, including pneumonia, brain swelling and even death.
This achievement culminates a 22-year effort involving...
The FBI released its annual compilation of crimes reported to its Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program by law enforcement agencies from around the United States.
The report, titled 'Crime in the United States, 2015', reveals a 3.9 percent increase in the estimated number of violent crimes and a 2.6...
Wednesday, Rev. Dr. Otis Moss. Jr, one of America's most influential theologians and civil rights leaders, endorsed Hillary Clinton for President.
The Hillary Clinton Campaign said that according to Rev. Moss, Clinton will give extraordinary national and global leadership that is anchored in reason,...
At a rally in Philadelphia on Wednesday, First Lady Michelle Obama said that Hillary Clinton is the most qualified person ever to seek the US presidency and would be prepared and ready to be the Commander-in-Chief on day one.
She laid out what is at stake in this election and why Donald Trump's divisive...
On Thursday, Judicial Watch will bring together a panel of top experts for an incisive, in-depth analysis of the growing Hillary Clinton email/Clinton Foundation scandals.
The panel will be hosted by Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton from 11:00 to 12:30 AM, the legal watchdog said.
Donald Trump intensified his attack on his Democratic opponent Wednesday by saying that Hillary Clinton would put the Oval Office up for sale if she becomes America's President.
"She put the office of Secretary of State up for sale - and if she ever got the chance, she'd put the Oval Office up for...
This year's Halloween will see more and more children in superhero and action hero costumes, according to the National Retail Federation's 2016 Halloween Consumer Top Costumes Survey.
Even a slight weight gain can hurt employment chances of a job seeker, especially women, according to a new study from the journal Plos One. In the study, it was found that people are less likely to select overweight women in a customer-facing job than an overweight man.
Facing a potential government shutdown, the Senate finally voted Wednesday to approve a short-term government funding bill. The Senate voted 72 to 26 in favor of the continuing resolution, which will fund the government through December 9th.
Former Republican Senator John Warner, R-Virg., crossed party lines and endorsed Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton on Wednesday, offering some harsh criticism of Republican nominee Donald Trump in the process.
Members of Congress voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to override President Barack Obama's veto of legislation that would allow families of the victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks to sue Saudi Arabia for damages. This marks the first time during Obama's presidency that his veto has been overturned by Congress.
As part of an effort to avoid a government shutdown, House leaders reached an agreement late Tuesday to allow a vote on an amendment providing funding to address the drinking water contamination crisis in Flint, Michigan. The agreement will see lawmakers vote on an amendment from Reps. Dan Kildee, D-Mich., and John Moolenaar, R-Mich., that would provide $170 million in federal aid to Flint.