George W. Bush Congratulates Trump On Winning ElectionAnother former president Bush is congratulating Donald Trump on winning the race for the White House.
Presidential Debate Reaction From Mark Cuban And Eric Trump Among those in the debate hall audience, Dallas Mavericks owner and Clinton supporter Mark Cuban.
Scholar On Lyndon Johnson's Lessons For Trump, ClintonA universit political historian is speaking on lessons President Lyndon B. Johnson might offer to current presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Bernie Sanders Endorses Hillary Clinton For PresidentBernie Sanders says Hillary Clinton must become the next president because she can take on issues like income inequality, climate change and student debt.
Thomas Jefferson's Hair Auctioned In Dallas For Nearly $7KA lock of hair from Thomas Jefferson has sold at auction in Texas for $6,875 nearly 190 years after the former president died.
Sarah Palin Backs Donald Trump's 2016 BidRepublican presidential front-runner Donald Trump received a key endorsement from former Alaska governor and conservative heavyweight Sarah Palin, Tuesday.
Events At Dealey Plaza Mark 52nd Anniversary Of JFK AssasinationIt's one of those moments where you remember where you were when you got the news.
Republican Candidates Not Happy With Recent DebateThe Republican presidential contenders and party leaders are railing against the moderators of the third GOP debate.
Cruz Seeks Support From Christian Conservatives, Hopes For 2nd Reagan RevolutionTexas Sen. Ted Cruz sought to energize the Christian conservatives at Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano to vote for their values.
George H.W. Bush Healing Nicely After Summer SpillThe nation's oldest living president fractured his C2 vertebra, the second one below the skull, in July.
Hundreds March In “Dump The Trump” RallyMarching through downtown Dallas, hundreds of protestors denounced Donald Trump. “Today we march, tomorrow we vote,” said Maribel Espinoza.
President Delivers Eulogy For Charleston Shooting VictimsInvoking scripture and song, President Barack Obama stood Friday before those grieving the deaths of nine black people slain in Charlston