Michelle Obama told Hillary Clinton supporters they have the power to swing the traditionally Republican state.
The vice presidential candidate and Hillary Clinton have already spoken about how to heal the nation if they win the election.
Cursed by a Billy Goat, bedeviled by Bartman and crushed by decades of disappointment, the Cubs are at long last headed back to the World Series.
The telecommunications conglomerate is buying the media company for more than $80 billion, sources say.
The Republican nominee unveils his agenda for his first 100 days in office on the place where Abraham Lincoln delivered his iconic speech.
Jessica Drake says she met him 10 years ago at a golf tournament and was offered $10,000 to go to his room.
Peshmerga fighters in Iraq tell Yahoo News about difficulties in the battle for Mosul.
Trump's son says "we all know guys" who talk about women like his father, and being unpolished is a plus.
In a speech billed as a chance for him to lay out his first 100 days in office, Trump goes after his attackers.
Ashton Carter’s unannounced visit underscores the risk American forces are taking as they advise Iraqi troops.
Though Hillary Clinton leads in the polls, Donald Trump still has a narrow, four-step path to victory.
Yahoo's Liz Goodwin explains the candidates' disparate approaches to the criminal justice system.
Should Hillary Clinton win, her team wants to be prepared to undermine claims of a "rigged" election.
There are about 200 people on Hillary Clinton’s multilayered team, while Donald Trump’s team is smaller, less structured, and less stable.
ESPN reports that a congressional committee is in the process of reviewing the three biggest federal gambling laws.
Trump adviser A.J. Delgado says the GOP candidate was referring to Hillary Clinton's policies when he called her "a nasty woman."
How does Donald Trump lose? The answer, apparently, is that he never does. At least not in his own mind.
One of the highlights was a message about a $1 million check that Qatar promised to Bill Clinton as a birthday gift.
Bridget Kelly, Gov. Chris Christie's former deputy chief of staff, is accused of plotting to close lanes on the G.W. Bridge.
AT&T is reportedly in a rush to buy the media firm that makes "Game of Thrones" — in part because it's afraid others might sweep in.
Michelle Obama probably helps Hillary Clinton on the trail more than the president, said White House press secretary Josh Earnest.
The vehicle hit the right spot but at the wrong speed, likely ending up in a fiery ball of rocket fuel, scientists say.