The heated on-air exchange revived dormant ill will between the Trump campaign and Fox News host Megyn Kelly.
Allies of Hillary Clinton felt threatened by Bernie Sanders' candidacy, according to the latest hacked emails.
The candidate remains upbeat, but his aides not so much, acknowledging that their boss has been his own worst enemy.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are each touting plans — but which one will best suit your situation?
The challenge isn’t going away for the company anytime soon — it is embedded in Apple’s DNA.
After the VP said he’d love to take the billionaire "behind the gym" in response to groping allegations, Trump says he would "love that."
Obama told the Defense Department not to "nickel and dime" service members defrauded by zealous recruiters.
Sharbat Gula, immortalized on a 1984 magazines cover, is detained in Pakistan for carrying fraudulent identity papers.
ISIS did everything it could to make Q-West base unusable, but now it's the staging ground for 1,000 U.S.-led troops plus Iraqi soldiers.
Warplanes hit a school complex in the rebel-held province of Idlib, killing 22 people, most of them youngsters, activists say.
Some of the risks associated with Trump in the White House disappear — only to be replaced by other concerns.
As more jobs become automated because of technology, the U.S. must develop a plan to create work.
Many successful politicians have used humor to their advantage, but not the two candidates running this year.
He is the first independent presidential candidate in a long time who is on track to win a state's Electoral College votes.
“You are fascinated with sex!” the former House speaker tells host Megyn Kelly after she brings up the "Access Hollywood" tape.
Karla Ortiz, 11, appeared at the DNC and became a voice for children who fear their immigrant parents may be deported.
Donald Trump is winning voters in historically blue Youngstown. Residents say he recalls a beloved Democrat.
The former secretary of state under Republican George W. Bush calls Donald Trump "unqualified," according to Newsday.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman offers Katie Couric his take on the 2016 candidates and their parties' future.
With district-level polling scarce, it is difficult to predict the House of Representatives election results.
"All of my employees are having a tremendous problem with Obamacare," Donald Trump said outside his golf club.
President Obama reads "mean tweets," including one from the Republican nominee, during a visit to "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
Outrage grows after military veterans are ordered to give back reenlistment benefits awarded a decade ago.
Marsha Blackburn, of Tennessee, tells Katie Couric what she thinks Donald Trump could do to advance his campaign.
Before subsidies, premiums for a midlevel benchmark plan are expected to increase 25 percent on average.
Many low-wage workers say they can't afford to retire and will work until they physically can't anymore.
The VP nominee says his running mate would quickly ask Congress for fresh legal authority to attack ISIS and other terrorist groups.
Many wonder what difference either presidential candidate will make in turning the tide of what has been one of the deadliest years on record.
Khizr and Ghazala Khan, whose son died in Iraq fighting for the U.S., made headlines with an emotional critique of Trump's proposed Muslim ban.
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For 16 days until the election, Yahoo News looks at places that became symbols of a divided nation during the wildest White House race in decades.