presidential campaign

Lil Wayne mixtape 'inspires' Clinton speech say fans

"When there are no ceilings, the sky's the limit," she told the Democratic convention.

She was speaking after accepting the Democratic Party nominee to be president.

The rapper's followers have taken to Twitter to suggest that she may have been influenced by No Ceilings and The Sky's the Limit.

There has been no comment from Hillary Clinton or her team but Lil Wayne has been getting involved.

He told reporters he was "cool with it" but admitted he had not seen the speech yet.

Trump denies mocking reporter's disability

The latest uproar over Trump's behavior on the campaign trail was ignited by remarks the billionaire real-estate tycoon and former reality-TV star made during a South Carolina rally on Tuesday about the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on New York's World Trade Center.

Study: Presidential campaign coverage outpacing past

ABC, CBS and NBC have devoted 504 minutes to campaign news on their evening newscasts through last Friday, according to an analysis by the Tyndall Report, which studies the content of these programs. The previous high of 462 minutes at this point came in 2007, another year when no incumbent was running. Tyndall made no such measurements prior to the 1992 campaign.

Bush calls courtship of minority voters integral to campaign

The former Florida governor was in the central part of the state earlier this week, speaking to a diverse group of 150 pastors and other religious leaders, repeating his oft-stated pledge to campaign in "every nook and cranny" of the country. 

On Friday, he'll be one of only two Republican presidential candidates to address the National Urban League's annual conference, joining Hillary Rodham Clinton and two other Democrats seeking the White House.

NJ Gov. Christie goes live with presidential campaign site

The new website — — shows the New Jersey governor's name along with the slogan, "Telling it like it is."

And there's a short animated video posted on Christie's Twitter feed that promotes the new campaign site.

The site says it's paid for Chris Christie for President, Inc.

Donors and friends are getting invitations to Christie's campaign announcement event Tuesday at his former high school.

Christie will be the 14th Republican candidate to seek the nomination.