Colorful protests surrounded Republican National Committee headquarters in Washington, D.C., Thursday morning as Donald Trump met with House Speaker Paul Ryan and other officials inside.
House Speaker Paul Ryan met with the de facto nominee of the Republican Party Donald Trump Thursday and called the conversation encouraging and a good first step, while acknowledging that the two have legitimate policy differences.
The Obama administration requested $1.9 billion in emergency funding to prepare against the Zika virus. Congressional Republicans say the administration doesn't need all that money now and insist the White House is asking for a blank check.
NPR takes a look at what the next president could do about the No. 1 financial concern for Americans: having enough money to retire. The Obama administration recently pushed through a regulation to force financial advisers to be held to a fiduciary standard, meaning they have to put their clients interests first. The next president could go further.
The Washington Post's Dana Milbank ate his prior columns in a nine course meal on Thursday. The columns noted that Donald Trump would never become the GOP presidential nominee.
In a joint statement after their meeting at the Republican National Committee headquarters, the two stressed that the party must unite to defeat likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton this fall.
It is Trump's first visit to Washington since he locked up the GOP presidential nomination earlier this month.
Heroin and prescription opioids are killing more than 100 people a day. It's an issue candidates up and down the ballot are discussing.
House Speaker Paul Ryan says he doesn't yet support Donald Trump as the de facto nominee. He and other Republican leaders meet with Trump on Thursday. Can Republicans unify ahead of November?
As Donald Trump marches toward the official Republican presidential nomination, pro-Clinton superPACs are making alliances and amassing cash to take on Trump.
Thousands of immigrants are trying to become U.S. citizens ahead of the presidential election. Immigrant groups encourage people to become citizens so they can vote in November against Donald Trump.
"There is only one logical explanation for Mr. Trump's refusal to release his returns: there is a bombshell in them," Romney said.
A man identified as a white nationalist leader was listed as a Trump delegate. The campaign wanted him removed, but a spokesman for California's secretary of state's office say it's too late.
Donald Trump has a vice presidential search in full motion, and the names being discussed reveal some weaknesses the apparent GOP nominee is looking to shore up on his ticket.
House Speaker Paul Ryan says he is unable, right now, to support the Republican Party's de facto nominee Donald Trump. This has put him in direct conflict with some members of the congressional GOP who do support Trump. Ryan and Trump will meet Thursday and attempt to mend fences.
Presidential candidates have been confronted by voters over the crisis of opioid abuse and heroin addiction. One major problem is accessing treatment when someone who needs it is ready to receive it.
James Comey says he is closely watching the Bureau's investigation of Hillary Clinton's e-mails "to make sure it's being done well."
Renee Montagne talks to Bernie Sanders supporter Charles Chamberlain, executive director of Democracy for America, about the results of the West Virginia primary, and what's ahead for Sanders.
Donald Trump won GOP primaries in West Virginia and Nebraska. Democrats went to the polls in Nebraska, but they awarded convention delegates back in March. Sanders won the West Virginia primary.
How divided are Republicans about the rise of Donald Trump as their presidential nominee? Are moderate GOP voters in the swing state of Colorado rallying behind the billionaire?