The celebrity businessman — and his ego — are proving toxic for Republicans, who are urgently trying to woo the Latino voters he angered with inflammatory comments about Mexican immigrants.
The number underscores his grassroots appeal, but falls well short of Hillary Clinton's $45 million haul since April.
DHS has taken steps to ensure that the majority of America’s 11.3 million undocumented immigrants can stay.
The site is working to establish itself as a platform where politicians can get out their message and interact with voters.
16 percent of Americans support polygamy.
He's hedging his bets on the future of the Republican party.
Yielding only five presidents.
Priorities USA Action, the Democratic super PAC poised to serve as Clinton's top advertising ally, pulled in $15.6 million, including $2 million from Haim Saban.
The 2016 candidate calls Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, who is battling cancer, a "good friend."
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About 15 percent of the 4.2 million active and former employees whose information may be compromised have signed up for credit protection services
A new report by indicates that federal senior executives are much more satisfied in their jobs than are other employees.
The Office of Personnel Management plans to release the number of people affected by a cyber breach of security clearance records next week, when it will begin notifying the individuals affected.
The Supreme Court upheld citizen oversight of redistricting. That's a big deal. But not for the reasons you think.
A Supreme Court ruling two years ago allowed the government to extend benefits to federal workers in same-sex marriages, but excluded veterans
Sloppy reporting of dubious and outdated statistics results in wildly inflated numbers.
The Wednesday night event was part of the Vermont senator’s unorthodox campaign focused on liberal bastions.
Executive mansion tours will join social media frenzy as ban is lifted, but selfie sticks are still not allowed.