Designating the small swath of land will mark a major act of national recognition for gay rights advocates and their struggles.
Hillary Clinton is now dealing with an interminable primary as the GOP's new presumptive nominee trains his sights on her.
During a lengthy speech in which Ohio Governor John Kasich recollected about the places he'd been and the people he's met during his preside
A federal judge said Wednesday it 'may be necessary' to depose Hillary Clinton about the nature of her personal e-mail server in a ongoing lawsuit.
The effective end of Ted Cruz's presidential campaign came on a conference call late Monday but it was the Texas senator who made the final call.
NBC News' Lester Holt and Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd discuss Republican presidential candidate John Kasich reportedly suspending his 201
The conservative website RedState wrote that the Senate should confirm President Barack Obama's Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland.
Donald Trump has frequently used China as a target of criticism.
With a starting field of 22 candidates, the 2016 campaign has featured a variety of drop-out strategies.
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With Donald Trump trying to brand her as "crooked Hillary," Clinton is already rolling out a plan of attack, portraying him as "risky Trump."
Bennett was one of the first incumbents ousted in a national wave of tea party-led anger in 2010. He died at the age of 82, his assistant said.
Speaking in Flint, Michigan, President Obama, suffering from a fit of coughing, searched his podium then says "I want a glass of water", lat
President Obama takes a drink of filtered tap water during his visit to Flint, Michigan, on Wednesday.
Vice President Joe Biden is asked for his reaction to Donald Trump's current standing as the likely GOP nominee.
The real estate tycoon is now the likely Republican nominee.
Vice presidential selections have had little electoral impact in recent elections. John Edwards didn't help John Kerry win the 2004 election, or even
Trump has spent just $47 million to essentially lock up the GOP presidential nomination, according to Federal Election Commission fundraising reports
In a live phone interview with TODAY's Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie, Donald Trump says he was not expecting Ted Cruz to drop out of the GOP race.
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While Donald Trump's path to the nomination is clear, his unusual candidacy could still lead to three crucial battles in Cleveland in July.
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Donald Trump speaks to Lester Holt after a resounding win in the Indiana primary and the departures of his last remaining rivals for the GOP nomination.
Now that Donald Trump is the likely nominee, his supporters now have to figure out how to spend the long six months before Election Day.
President Obama talks about the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, during his visit on Wednesday.
Former President Bill Clinton campaigns for Hillary Clinton in San Diego, Calif., on Wednesday.
The vice presidential pick could prove to be as unexpected and unorthodox as the rest of the billionaire businessman's insurgent campaign.
Donald Trump scored a big victory Tuesday in Indiana, leading Ted Cruz to drop out of the race and cementing the billionaire real estate mogul as the
Ohio Gov. John Kasich will suspend his presidential run Wednesday, a senior campaign advisor tells NBC News.
After an unlikely rise, Donald Trump is now the likely Republican presidential nominee.