By Joshua Hersh
The proposed plans would require a certain degree of cooperation with the Russians — or accepting the prospect of direct conflict.
Rather than winning a trophy for the Libertarians, Weld is now on the same mission as Hillary Clinton, and that's stopping Republican nominee Donald Trump.
By VICE News
VICE travels to east Ukraine to take a closer look at what international assistance really looks like, as the presence of NATO troops is driving tensions to Cold War-era levels.
Pence controlled the VP debate and managed to deliver a revisionist version of Trump, while looking, well, presidential.
By Kayla Ruble
What year is it? Both VP candidates took every opportunity to bring the debate back to Russia and one-up each other on how tough they'd be on its strongman leader.
The U.S. has had 71 consecutive months of job growth. That's the longest on record.
The VP is always "a heartbeat away," as they say, but Tim Kaine and Mike Pence have a better-than-normal chance of actually becoming president of the United States.
By Tess Owen
A new voter app and other ramped-up efforts by Voto Latino helped the group boost registration to ensure millennials get out to the polls next month.
By Tess Owen
Trump's campaign said they will comply with the attorney general but that they are "very concerned about possible political motives" behind the investigation.
The strike is the latest in a series of actions over the tightening of abortion laws in the mostly Catholic country.
In the wee hours of Friday morning, the mogul candidate fired off a series of tweets falsely accusing 1996 Miss Universe Alicia Machado of making a "sex tape."
The overwhelming majority of D.C.'s Beltway Insiders think the American public is pitifully uninformed on government policy.
The State Department said late Wednesday that it will release an additional batch of Clinton's deleted emails on November 3 — five days before the election.
As the GOP nominee floats excuses about his debate performance, here's our timeline of his extended blame game over the past 36 hours.
Whedon is known more for directing blockbusters than political ads, but for the last six weeks of the election, expect him to use his rolodex to try to flood social media for Hillary.
By Elle Reeve
"im not your meme slut," he protested. But he gave us his meme theories anyway.
Since Uber doesn't categorize its drivers as employees, organizers admit they're having trouble finding the best way to get drivers recognized.