By VICE News
"Syrian refugees flood in," the ad says. "Illegal immigrants convicted of committing crimes get to stay — skipping the line. Our border open."
Trump's embattled campaign manager is stepping down after a week of chaos and shakeups in the campaign.
In hiring Breitbart News executive chairman Steve Bannon to run his campaign, Donald Trump has signaled that all bets truly are off in the fight against Hillary Clinton.
The Republican nominee will likely be briefed at FBI headquarters in New York by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
By Noah Kulwin
Multiple people who worked on legislation meant to protect victims of "revenge porn" put distance between themselves and tech billionaire Thiel after he tried to rechristen the proposed law as the "Gawker Bill."
Ailes, who is currently facing a litany of sexual harassment allegations, will reportedly advise the Republican nominee ahead of the presidential debates this fall.
The healthcare firm Aetna, one of the five biggest insurers in America, announced Monday that it is pulling out of the vast majority of state health exchanges.
Fifteen Gitmo detainees have been transferred to the United Arab Emirates — the largest single release of detainees from the facility during Barack Obama's presidency.
Trump's lousy poll numbers among youngsters set him apart from his counterparts across the Atlantic — and could be bad for Republicans in the long term.
By Kayla Ruble
Residents are uneasy as Michigan state and local authorities — the same ones that repeatedly said Flint's lead-contaminated water was safe — take over water distribution from the feds this weekend.
By Tess Owen
US officials and cyber-security experts continue to suspect that state-sponsored hackers from Russia's military intelligence agency are behind the intrusions
News Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch named co-presidents of Fox News Channel replacing Roger Ailes who left amid a sex harassment scandal.
Clinton released her 2015 tax returns on Friday, showing she and Bill Clinton earned most of their money from speaking fees and book deals.
By Ruby Samuels
The complaint accuses the Obama administration of turning public institutions "into laboratories for a massive social experiment."
Last month’s cyberattack on the Democratic National Committee has raised fears that a foreign government or independent operator could hack the US presidential election itself.
Donald Trump and his surrogates on Wednesday attempted to walk back his comments on "Second Amendment people," pulling a dog-eared page from the GOP playbook: blame the media.
Secret letters from the FBI to the US State Department released exclusively to VICE News reveal the probe into Hillary Clinton's emails was rooted in fears of potential espionage.
In a rare video address to the Japanese public, the 82-year-old said he feared his deteriorating health is preventing him from carrying out his duties.
By Tess Owen
After slipping in the polls and alienating Republican insiders, the presidential nominee is trying a new tactic: Hitting his opponent with the same accusations lobbed at him, but harder.
By Tess Owen
The party of Nelson Mandela, which has ruled for 22 years, got punished by voters as corruption allegations swirl.