Joe Biden, the one-time Democratic presidential frontrunner, got emotional during a televised town hall Wednesday, when he was asked about his faith and how it would influence some of his decisions as president.
Rev. Anthony Thompson, an African-American Episcopalian pastor, asked the question during a South Carolina town hall on CNN. Thompson lost his wife in the June 2015 Emanuel AME Church massacre in Charleston.
Biden recalled serving as vice president at the time of the shooting carried out by a white supremacist that resulted in nine deaths...
As conservatives gathered in Maryland on Wednesday for the start of the annual CPAC conference, Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, posted a video touching on the theme of this year's event: "America vs. Socialism."
"Socialism doesn't work because it removes human incentive," Crenshaw argues in the post.
The first-term congressman, 35, further defends capitalism, arguing that socialism forces people to work, takes their wages and infringes on their freedoms -- while its proponents claim those things are done "for the sake of the commune."
Rep. Ralph Abraham, R-La., said Wednesday that he will not seek another term in Congress to make good on his promise to serve just two terms, despite a last-minute pitch from President Trump to reconsider.
Abraham recently made an unsuccessful attempt in the Louisiana gubernatorial race but insisted that the loss did not play a role in his decision.
"This decision was made before I ever took office," he told the News Star, a paper in Monroe. Abraham served on the House Armed Services Committee and the House Agriculture Committee.
WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton raked-in more cash from convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein than any other politician despite brushing off his donations by claiming he gave money to “every” Democrat.
Federal Election Commission filings show the disgraced movie mogul bundled $1.4 million for Clinton during her presidential bid in 2016 and handed her another $73,390 dating back to her 1999 New York Senate seat run.
On Tuesday, the former first lady defended her long relationship with the sex creep, quickly deflecting scrutiny from reporters by noting that...
Catherine Pugh, a former mayor of Baltimore who is scheduled to be sentenced Thursday following her conviction on federal tax evasion and conspiracy charges, apologizes for her crimes in a 13-minute video that went public Wednesday.
“I accept responsibility,” Pugh says in the video, among the public materials being reviewed the judge who will determine her punishment, according to Baltimore’s FOX 45.
GOP CANDIDATE KIMBERLY KLACIK BELIEVES SHE CAN FLIP ELIJAH CUMMINGS' BALTIMORE DISTRICT
“I accept total responsibility. I pled guilty and I’m sorry...
Attorneys for former President Obama are sending a cease-and-desist letter demanding that South Carolina broadcast stations stop airing a misleading ad from a pro-Donald Trump super PAC that makes it sound like Obama is criticizing his former vice president, Joe Biden.
The ad is part of $250,000 in spending by The Committee to Defend the President. It misuses a snippet from an audio version of Mr. Obama's book "Dreams from My Father" to make it sound as though Obama is criticizing Biden's support of the black community. He's actually recalling...
Time is running out for the Democratic Party and, by this time next week, it will probably be too late for them to turn back. More than a third of the delegates to their national convention will be chosen next...