When Marco Rubio cast the election as a 'generational choice,' he took a page out of the Obama playbook to portray himself as the candidate of future. It could work.
The Obama administration will appeal to the Supreme Court after a lower court blocked its immigration actions. That puts the issue front and center in the presidential race.
Both Ben Carson and Donald Trump have attacked political correctness on the campaign trail. But for Mr. Carson, it's a core political goal.
American and Russian 'citizen diplomats,' meeting near Washington, concluded it was time for a Millennial dialogue. A top US foreign policy official is all for it.
On the eve of the Republican debate, Ben Carson is now the clear front-runner in Iowa and has even pulled ahead of Donald Trump in one national poll.
Hillary Clinton appears Thursday before the House Select Committee on Benghazi. She has no room for error.
On Thursday, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton appears before the House Select Committee on Benghazi. The investigation has been highly contentious.
Vice President Joe Biden's 'candidacy' for president is just a hypothetical, for now. His favorability numbers tell us more than the horserace numbers.
Bernie Sanders scored big on social media, fundraising, and in a post-debate focus group and instapolls. He came in well ahead of Hillary Clinton.
Unity marks first Democratic debate, as Bernie Sanders dismisses Hillary Clinton's e-mail trouble as a defining issue.
Vice President Biden – 'Hamlet on the Potomac' – can see how Hillary Clinton does, and then make a decision: to run or not to run.
In the Democratic debate Tuesday, Hillary Clinton will go toe-to-toe against her top rival, Bernie Sanders. But her biggest challenge may be doubts about her character.
President Obama travels to Roseburg, Ore., on Friday to comfort families of last week's massacre victims. Democrats are getting bolder on gun violence.
Gov. Maggie Hassan's challenge to Sen. Kelly Ayotte represents one more piece of bad news for the Republicans, forcing them to spend money in a race they hoped wouldn't be so tough.
Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Carly Fiorina, and Bernie Sanders are all bucking their party establishments – and are having a big impact. Money, media, and the other candidates are part of the reason.
As Hillary Clinton seeks to become the first woman president, her last name could be a bigger problem than her gender. The e-mail issue is a steady reminder.
As Scott Walker leaves the stage, the GOP battle between outsiders (like Donald Trump) and insiders grows sharper.
Carly Fiorina won kudos for her performance at the GOP presidential debate Wednesday night, but being a woman in politics cuts two ways.
Donald Trump will have a bull's-eye on his back Wednesday night in the Republican presidential debate. Start time is 8 p.m. Eastern.
With great fanfare, Donald Trump promised not to run for president as an independent. But the pledge is not legally binding.
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