Judge at Citizenship Ceremony: Don't Like Trump? LeaveHe told listeners, if you don't like that Donald Trump has been elected president, you can leave for another country.
UPDATE: Donald Trump's Muslim Ban Returns to WebsiteDonald Trump's statement on his Muslim immigration ban mysteriously vanished during the morning of the 2016 Election.
Facebook Co-Founder Pledges $20 Million to Defeat TrumpOnly one other person has contributed more to the Democrats this election cycle.
Trump on Immigration: 'There is No Amnesty'On immigration, Donald Trump vowed Wednesday to remove millions of people living in the country illegally if he becomes president.
5 Things You Didn't Know About Sen. Tim KaineDemocratic Senator Tim Kaine is considered the favorite to become Hillary Clinton’s running mate.
Krauthammer: Bryce Harper is Cure for Election SeasonAs presidential candidates turn up the heat, fans have a chance to see Bryce Harper play at a legendary level for 81 home games per year.
Nats Racing Presidents Hang Out with Chris ChristieProximity to presidents won't bring Chris Christie any closer to the White House, but maybe he can make a cameo in a race later this summer.
Bernie Sanders: Redskins Name Not NecessaryDemocratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders came down on the side of change for the Redskins' name and mascot.
Rubio Quits After Trump Takes Fla., Kasich Wins OhioDonald Trump and Hillary Clinton triumphed Tuesday in Florida's presidential primaries
NRA Responds to President Obama's Executive OrdersPresident Obama's proposed executive actions on gun violence "would not have prevented any of the horrific events" that took place during his presidency, THE National Rifle Association said Tuesday.
Immigration Fuels Cruz-Rubio Republican ClashMore than any other issue, immigration is driving the rivalry between Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, presidential rivals focusing on the divisive topic in their closing messages to Republican voters before the sprint to the Iowa caucuses.
Obama Says No Specific, Credible Terror Threat Over HolidaysPresident Barack Obama says U.S. intelligence and counterterrorism officials don't have any specific, credible information suggesting a potential terrorist attack against the U.S. during the holidays.