New York City is the birthplace of Republican nominee Donald Trump and the adopted home of Democrat Hillary Clinton.
Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence tells reporters he's fine and no one on board appears injured.
A jury finds Ammon Bundy and six others not guilty of charges related to their 41-day standoff at a wildlife refuge.
First lady Michelle Obama campaigned with Hillary Clinton for the first time Thursday, urging an arena full of swing-state voters not to let Donald Trump’s “dirty and ugly” talk keep them from voting.
Julius Jones had a very intense but respectful dialogue with the Democratic nominee on the issue of mass incarceration.
The candidate's team is attempting to spin "Michael Moore in TrumpLand" into a tacit endorsement for his campaign.
A memo illustrates how Doug Band and other advisers raised millions for the Clintons and their foundation after they left the White House.
Villagers in northern Iraq are speaking openly for the first time about their two years under occupation.
The U.S. has accused Russia of coordinating hacks, but President Vladimir Putin says the claims are "hysteria."