Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump touts his tax overhaul plan as a boon for middle-income Americans, but it would also be likely to help the wealthy — including people like himself.
A closer look at some of the claims Trump made in unveiling his tax proposal:
Hillary Rodham Clinton says Jeb Bush’s suggestion that Democrats offer “free stuff” to appeal to minority voters is “deeply insulting.”
For Scott Walker, it wasn’t one thing that led to the demise of his presidential campaign. It was just about everything.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker dropped out of the race for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination, the second Republican to do so in the last month. Reaction to Walker's quick fade from the polls and exit from the race…
U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Janesville, is not interested in replacing Rep. John Boehner as speaker of the House of Representatives.
Boehner announced that he will be resigning at the end of October.
With Scott Walker out of the White House race, President Barack Obama is losing a favorite political foe.
For months, Obama has been challenging the Wisconsin governor on everything from his ardently anti-union positions to his shallow foreign policy experience.
Gov. Scott Walker announced the suspension of his presidential campaign at a news conference in Madison this afternoon.
Gov. Scott Walker’s approval rating in Wisconsin has eroded since August to a new low of 37 percent, according to a poll released today by Marquette Law School.
In Marquette’s August poll, 39 percent of those surveyed said they supported the governor, and 57 percent disapproved. The poll released today showed Walker’s disapproval rating remains unchanged, but his support has fallen by 2 percent.
Even before Scott Walker dropped out of the race for president, his Republican rivals for the White House were chasing after the remnants of his once high-flying campaign.
National parks advocates are urging Congress to pass a spending agreement to avert a government shutdown on Oct. 1 and warning that a shutdown would significantly harm national parks and cost millions in lost revenue for local communities.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has slipped from having the support of 5 percent of Republican voters to just .5 percent, according to a CNN/ORC poll. The poll lists him in last place among the 16 candidates.