Given the prospect of a Trump vs. Clinton election, the political world is now abuzz with talk of a new 'center-right' third party. Names mentioned include: Rick Perry, retired Gen. Ray Odierno, Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska and even Mitt Romney.
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Sources: John Kasich, governor of Ohio, is going to drop out of the presidential race Wednesday, leaving Donald Trump as the GOP nominee.
Sen. John McCain to Pentagon Officials: The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter's record on cost, schedule and performance has been a scandal and a tragedy.
President Obama received a frosty reception from Saudi Arabia, the UK and Germany on recent trips. 'Brexit' comments upset the UK; Saudis upset about Iran.
The campaigns of Ted Cruz and John Kasich released almost simultaneous written statements Sunday night calling for Kasich to stop competing in Indiana and for Cruz to clear the way for Kasich in New Mexico and Oregon. The goal: To make sure Donald Trump doesn't clinch the GOP nomination.
Speculation is rife with the potential secrets Edward Lin may have provided to China, along with Lin’s alleged motivation for giving away U.S. secrets.
Many Republicans are finding themselves on the same side as President Obama in the Sept. 11 victims versus Saudi Arabia debate.
"Let me be clear: I do not want nor will I accept the nomination for our party," stated House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) on Tuesday.
North Korea published "Advice from Lincoln to Obama," citing the Emancipation Proclamation and the Gettysburg Address while ridiculing Obama's nuclear chops.