It's hard to see Rubio, Cruz or Sanders winning, and so the general election has essentially begun.
An insane debate fades into an insaner day as the New Jersey governor backs Trump.
Republicans Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, John Kasich and Ben Carson meet for the final debate before Super Tuesday.
The real estate mogul carried veterans and older voters in South Carolina, and virtually tied Ted Cruz for the evangelical vote.
The candidates talked about more than their policy positions on Wednesday. Case in point: Marco Rubio likes EDM.
Republican candidates called each other liars at a debate that saw little consensus, except on delaying a Supreme Court nomination.
In June 1968, Chief Justice Earl Warren submitted his resignation to President Lyndon Johnson, who nominated Associate Justice Abe Fortas to replace him.
Clinton and Sanders actually don't disagree very much on criminal justice
On Thursday, Hillary Clinton said her opponent's tax hikes wouldn’t cover his promises.
Iowa Democrats split their votes almost evenly between Sanders and Clinton.
Everyone—from Trump to Bernie Sanders—seems peeved about something.
Democrats and the GOP rarely applauded the same issue.
The prudence shown by law enforcement so far is less white privilege, more cover your ass.
It’s not hard for sieges like the one in Oregon to become conflagrations.
Concern with press coverage of the State Department was a focus of Clinton’s.
Despite a few dust-ups over ISIS and Wall Street, there’s much more consensus among Democrats than Republicans.
Former St. Paul's School student Owen Labrie breaks his silence on his conviction.
Labrie opened up about his journey from scholarship superstar to unemployed young adult living with his mom.
"Newsweek" staffers recount what TV shows had them hooked, for better or worse, this past year.
The candidates get tough on Syrian refugees and ISIS.