Federal prosecutors say the Pennsylvania Democrat and his associates took part in several schemes to enrich themselves using federal, charitable and campaign funds.
Hillary Clinton delivered a stinging indictment today of Donald Trump's business record and his economic policy, an effort to undermine what he has billed as one of his chief qualifications.
The latest fundraising figures for Trump are astounding — astounding in how low they are.
Marty Cohen cowrote "The Party Decides" — The Book that policy nerds were reading in the run-up to the 2016 election. Here's what he thinks about the election so far.
The measures were introduced following a 15-hour talk-a-thon in which Democrats demanded new controls on gun sales following the shootings in Orlando, Fla.
Donald Trump dismissed his campaign manager on Monday after weeks of tension within his staff. Meanwhile, Trump is meeting with hundreds of evangelical leaders in New York City on Tuesday.
Donald Trump fired Corey Lewandowski on Monday — in what may be a symptom of much larger dysfunction inside his campaign. David Greene talks to Rick Tyler, ex-spokesman for Ted Cruz for his opinion.
Struggling candidates looking to fix their campaigns can usually start by looking in the mirror. That's certainly true here.
As of May 30, Trump's campaign had just $1.3 million compared to Clinton's $42 million. Many Republican senators with tough re-election fights have more money than their party's presumptive nominee.
Michael Steven Sandford tried to take a gun from a police officer at a Trump rally in Las Vegas on Saturday. He was charged in a federal court on Monday.
Republicans in Congress are calling for the the full transcripts of the Orlando shooter's conversations with police to be released after the FBI released partial transcripts.
Just over a week after the deadly nightclub rampage in Orlando, the Senate will take up four amendments today. But there's little reason for optimism as previous versions of have failed.
Corey Lewandowski's departure appears to be a reaction to the presumptive GOP nominee's sagging poll numbers and weeks of difficulty as he prepped for a tough fight with Hillary Clinton.
David Greene examines the state of the GOP and what next month's Republican convention might bring, with commentator and columnist Cokie Roberts and Robert Costa of The Washington Post.
David Greene talks to Sen. Angus King of Maine about what he calls "dog whistle rhetoric." Specifically, Donald Trump alienating American Muslims and insinuating that President Obama aided terrorists.
This presidential election, many workers and employers say political vitriol is carrying over into the workplace — making it a potentially hostile environment.
As United Kingdom voters prepare to vote on whether to remain in the European Union, President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping both think leaving is a bad idea for the economy.
Bloomberg View's Megan McArdle argues in a new column that there are real reasons why "decent people" could vote for Donald Trump, even if they disagree with many of his statements.
Professor Michael Eric Dyson argues in a New Republic article that people "have a positive moral obligation to protest the nomination of this racist demagogue" at the GOP convention. He explains why.
The Orlando shooting and Donald Trump's reaction scrambled campaign politics and complicated Trump's relationship with the Republican Party. Meanwhile, senators will vote on gun legislation Monday.