The Republican Party held its second debate of the 2024 campaign on Wednesday night in California. Here are some of the night's more memorable moments.
In an NPR Politics Podcast interview, the North Dakota governor shares his views on wide-ranging issues, including the role of the federal government in regulating abortion and transgender issues.
In a rare break with his party, the Senate minority leader said that it's not the RNC's job to single out party members with different views, referring to Reps. Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger.
The Republican National Committee has released a letter outlining complaints and will ask presidential nominees not to participate in debates put on by the Commission on Presidential Debates.
The money came "pouring in" while the president argued the election had been stolen from him. His campaign, the Republican Party and affiliated committees raised more than $200 million in a few weeks.
The president has made it clear that he will spend his remaining days in the White House in the same way he spent much of his term in office: fighting.
Walking near the senator from Kentucky and his wife, protesters spoke out about the police killing of Breonna Taylor in Louisville. The situation escalated as police attempted to push them back.
Earlier this month, Jack Brewer, a former NFL player and a supporter of President Trump's reelection, was sued by the SEC. Now, he's set to speak at the Republican National Convention.
Attorneys for Mark and Patricia McCloskey say they'll speak at next week's nominating convention for President Trump. They both face a felony charge for waving guns at protesters in June.
Organizers of the Republican National Convention are giving Georgia's oldest city a close look as a possible replacement venue for the summer convention...