Why isn't Hillary Clinton talking about her toe, cancer, heart disease, Parkinson's disease and all the other imaginary illness?
Weston Imer is helping to co-ordinate volunteers in Jefferson County, as co-chair for the campaign in the county.
If there has been a single theme to Trump's obnoxious quest for the Republican presidential nomination, it's been his crude dog-whistle calls to white Americans.
The emails highlight a trend in which donors are increasingly attempting to influence government not through campaign contributions but through affiliated groups.
Security agencies are investigating cyber breaches targeting reporters in the latest intrusions marking the US presidential election.
His aides assured America that he was a changed man. More measured, more 'presidential', less of an attack dog. Then he began Tweeting about 'neurotic' 'insecure' 'nasty' and 'very insecure' TV hosts.
He's called America's 11 million illegal immigrants 'rapists' and 'criminals' and promised to deport every single one of them but now, in what would be a stunning turnaround, Donald Trump looks poised to set out a plan for 'legalisation'.
While markets were concerned about Brexit, but they're facing a far bigger threat: The firebrand US presidential candidate. If he really did win power and enact some of his policies, the importance of "it's the economy, stupid" would reassert itself brutally quickly.
Jake Anantha says he later stood outside the Convention Centre watching a stream of white people enter.
At the heart of Trump's election campaign there is a gamble that a risk-taking candidate can so demonise and offend black and brown voters that whites, especially the poorly educated, will rush to make him president.
Clinton's decision followed the recent release of State Department emails mentioning several donors to the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation.
On Wednesday, Donald Trump's campaign announced Breitbart News chairman Stephen Bannon as its new CEO - shocking no one in the conservative world.
Trump's new hires bring little by way of national election experience to the campaign, and that's the point.
Trump's new campaign CEO has been dubbed "the most dangerous political operative in America."
People in the audience said that Trump's rally offered a chance to show support for a law-and-order presidency - and for police.
Eric Trump took a page from his father's playbook on Tuesday, telling a judge the billionaire's renovations to a foundering Florida golf club he bought made it even better.
Ailes, the former Fox News chairman, was ousted last month from the network over charges of sexual harassment.
Trump's ''new approach'' to halt the spread of Islam
US actor and producer Robert De Niro said on Saturday that US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump should not run for president because he was 'totally nuts'.
In standing by a decades-old tradition and offering to make his tax affairs public, Mike Pence has left Donald Trump acting as though he has heaps to hide.
Amid calls to publish his tax returns, experts say the billionaire Republican candidate may legally have nothing to pay.
If he were deliberately trying to avoid winning the election, he could hardly be doing a better job.
An emboldened Hillary Clinton piles pressure on the beleaguered Republican presidential nominee.
The Republican Party, meanwhile, has sought to project unity behind their candidate.
'It's the economy, stupid' was the slogan behind Bill Clinton's 1992 White House triumph; but in Campaign 2016 it's becoming more about stupid – and his name is Donald Trump.
After complaining to local and regional campaign leadership, Vincent Bordini learned that at least four other people had experience the same thing with the staffer.
Patti Davis responded to the GOP presidential nominee's suggestion that "Second Amendment people" could maybe find a way to stop Hillary Clinton.
Workers' anxiety over trade deals has become a central theme in the 2016 election, and Clinton has pledged to do more for workers and the middle-class.
"ISIS will hand her the MVP award," said Donald Trump. "Her only competition is Barack Obama."
WikiLeaks and Russia just seem to keep crossing paths - here is a list of highlights.