Despite a sizable lead by GOP front-runner Donald Trump, debates about whether there will there be a contested convention continue to gather steam.
2016 presidential election
- [INFOGRAPHIC] Political Contributions by Candidate in Election 2016
- Dark Money Part 1: The Rise of Super PACs
- Dark Money Part 2: The Karl Rove Machination
- The Hillary Clinton FBI Probe Is Almost Over
- China Is Killing the U.S. on Trade
- Man Fails to Buy $60K BMW with Food Stamps, Returns to Steal Car
- Will Super Tuesday 2016 Decide the Nomination?
- [VIDEO] Hillary Clinton-Goldman Sachs Ties Summed Up Here Perfectly
- 3 Election 2016 News Updates as Iowa Primary Approaches
- Mainstream Media Takes Trump's Wage Comments Conveniently Out of Context
- [VIDEO] Is Donald Trump the President America Deserves?
- Today's Top Election 2016 News Looks at Trump's Personal Attacks on Clinton
- An Election 2016 News Update: GOP Debate Highlights
- What Trump Needs to Do to Win Tonight's GOP Debate
- How Did Trump Do in the Debate Last Time?
- The 10 Most Controversial Ben Carson Quotes
Super PACs are in the media spotlight again for tampering with our nation's electoral process.
This time, they're trying to influence the votes of Republican delegates when they become unbound in a contested convention.
Explore political contributions by candidate in our interactive infographic illustrating the 2016 presidential election.
Super PACs and dark money organizations have incredible sway over American election cycles. But it wasn't always that way.
Dark money nonprofits have incredible sway over American election cycles. They're hard to trace, and donors can give to them confidentially.
The Hillary Clinton FBI probe has reached a new phase - one that signals the investigation is finally coming to an end.
But that doesn't mean Hillary is out of the woods.
Donald Trump is right about one thing: China is killing the U.S. on trade.
In fact, there's a hundred-billion-dollar gap between the States and the Red Dragon when it comes to exports and imports.
A Florida man tried to buy a $60,000 BMW X-6 SUV with his Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card and credit card on Thursday. The auto dealership in Pompano Beach "declined 36-year-old Nicholas Jackson's business" when he offered to pay with food stamps, according to the Martin County Sherriff's Office police report.
Jackson returned the next day and took the car, plus 60 sets of keys. He was apprehended 70 miles north, where authorities say he drove until the car ran out of gas.
Misuse of food stamps has become a heated issue as we near the 2016 presidential election. FOX Business' "Varney & Co." highlighted Jackson's case this morning, and Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald weighed in...
On Super Tuesday 2016, 12 states and one U.S. territory will hold their primary elections at the same time in what amounts to a nationwide electoral frenzy.
That single day, the greatest amount of delegates a candidate can win in the election cycle is up for grabs.
The Hillary Clinton-Goldman Sachs relationship is closer than it should be, according to many voters...
The former Secretary of State has accepted Wall Street’s campaign donations and fees for speeches – according to CNN Money on Oct. 13, 2015, Clinton made $3.15 million in 2013 alone from speaking to Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank, UBS, Goldman Sachs, and other firms. Meanwhile, U.S. investors want a president who can put an end to Wall Street’s constant market-rigging – not accept its support.
One little gem of a line delivered by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and directed at Clinton’s Wall Street ties made waves in the Democratic debate on Jan. 17. His apt way of describing this relationship has reverberated across the Internet since Sunday, in this viral clip...
The Election 2016 presidential candidates prepare for the first primary in Iowa on Feb. 1.
Today, in this latest bit of election 2016 news, we look at three things that will shape candidates’ outcomes in the early-voting state.
GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump's wage comments have long been taken out of context, especially by the mainstream media.
Yesterday, the billionaire businessman and Republican favorite took to Twitter to set the record straight.
Reality TV show host and tabloid favorite Donald Trump is a presidential candidate whose time has come.
America's obsession with celebrities, wealth, success, popularity, and social media all come together in the Donald Trump candidacy in the 2016 presidential election.
Today's Election 2016 news sees Donald Trump is scaling up his attacks against Hillary Clinton - just over one month before the first presidential primary in Iowa on Feb. 1...
With strong national polling numbers, Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump is confident of his lead within his own party.
The final Election 2016 GOP debate of the year aired on Tuesday, Dec. 15. on CNN. Its theme was national security -- the biggest issue right now for American voters in the 2016 presidential election.
Candidates came well-prepared. Despite the typical tense exchanges, the presidential hopefuls showed voters more insight into their platforms how they hold up under pressure.