Trump adjusted his tone, but not his message of a country in dire need of fixing
On the social network, a deeply unpopular candidate became even more unpopular throughout 2016.
If tonight’s loser wants to uphold election-night tradition, he or she will need to overcome the unprecedented vitriol of the 2016 campaign.
Trump’s tone turned negative while Clinton stayed steady at 90 percent in prediction markets.
Linguistic analysis of the candidates’ past debates gives insight into the likeliest pitfalls each will need to avoid.
Sunday’s presidential debate ended with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump naming one positive thing they respect in each other. But first came more than an hour of brutal political warfare.
The Democrat takes a page out of the Republican’s playbook.
After mostly positive chatter during the Republican convention, the 10-million-follower man has endured three weeks of social media backlash.
How the pronouns Trump and Clinton use in their nomination acceptance speeches could predict who will win the general election.
Clinton and Sanders put in their most assertive and aggressive debate performances to date.
The GOP front-runner focused less on his rivals and more on uniting his party, while Rubio failed to make a big splash.
The two senators took their sights off of each other and trained them squarely on the current front-runner
The Republican front-runner's endorsement from Chris Christie stamped out Marco Rubio’s debate momentum ahead of Super Tuesday.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio aimed straight for the bullseye in Thursday night’s Republican presidential debate: Billionaire front-runner Donald Trump.
Cruz claims House conservatives, while Rubio and Bush vie for the establishment mantle. Trump remains the only true outsider.
In Milwaukee, Hillary Clinton focuses more on “we,” less on “me.”
The Democrats pulled no punches in their final televised face-off before the New Hampshire primary.
Cruz and Rubio sparred for the debate win while no-show Trump still came out ahead.
Barbs flew in the first debate of 2016 as candidates seek momentum going into voting season.
Analysis of the language in Barack Obama's addresses to Congress traces the arc of his two-term tenure, in his own words.
And Martin O'Malley stole the show on gun control, a Bloomberg Politics analysis shows.
Four candidates largely ignored the five others on stage in order to attack just one rival during the debate, according to an analysis by Bloomberg Politics.
And ensure Carly Fiorina keeps her spot in the Dec. 15 Republican presidential debate
New books released by Republican presidential hopefuls differ in some telling ways.