A roundup of 2017's most shocking, emotional and controversial headlines.
Surrounded by her family and close friends, Harris, California's sitting Attorney General, vowed to serve the people to her utmost ability.
A Twitter user named Kenny Okwara posted a video of his mom making an impassioned plea to get out the vote.
The writing has been on the wall for a while: Former Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders would have to concede to rival Hillary Clinton, and it happened today.
Independent candidate Rick Tyler, who is currently in the race for the 3rd congressional seat in his district, placed a sign off of Highway 411 near Benton, Tennessee, that read “Make America White Again.”
POTUS warns Americans to pay attention to the upcoming election and what that means for the country's relationship with other nations.
The awkward retired neurosurgeon admits that he "sees no path going forward" and will not participate in the upcoming GOP debate in Detroit.
Critics clapback saying that Americans deserve a president who isn't afraid to condemn white supremacists and hate groups.