Donald Trump officially accepted the Republican nomination on Thursday night at his party's national convention in Cleveland, Ohio and delivered a speech vowing to defeat Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.
CLEVELAND - I knew it would be a long night when Donald Trump launched his acceptance speech with a promise to speak "honestly," telling the crowd, "There there will be no lies. We will honor the American people with the truth, and nothing else."
As if. When a con man offers to sell you Arizona land with a view of the ocean, it's best to guard your wallet.
Trump's inspiration was clear
Scientists from NASA and NOAA say the first six months of the year have been the hottest ever. It comes as no surprise in sizzling Alaska.
CLEVELAND — On the third night of the Republican convention, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence accepted his party’s nomination for vice president, and Sen. Ted Cruz rejected calls to endorse the GOP ticket. But Pence and Cruz had one thing in common: They and other speakers distorted the facts.
Vice presidential nominee Mike Pence said that Hillary Clinton’s “only answer” to the debt “is to keep
Community activists in the country’s most corrupt state won an unlikely victory to convert a coal plant to natural gas.
"We have lost. It's not like we are losing, we have lost that generation."