2016 Presidential Campaign
The Republican presidential candidates have been in a back-and-forth on Twitter over their wives.
"Our political discourse—both the kind we see on TV and the kind we experience among each other—did not use to be this bad and it does not have to be this way," Ryan said.
On Tuesday night, the GOP front-runner threatened to “spill the beans” on Ted Cruz’s wife.
Bush announced his endorsement in a Facebook post on Wednesday morning.
Arizona is the biggest prize for both parties Tuesday night.
Residents in three Western states are casting their picks as national security once again is a hot-button issue.
Clinton gave a full-throated defense of Israel at the 2016 AIPAC policy conference in Washington, D.C.
"We will never allow Israel's adversaries to think a wedge can be driven between us."
CNN will interview the five remaining presidential candidates individually on Monday night.
What happened to Jackson in the 1824 election is precisely what the Republican Party elders propose to do to Trump.
The Republican also didn't back down from his warning that there would be riots the party denied him the nomination.
Mark and Jackie Barden are among 10 families suing gun companies for the weapon used in the Sandy Hook massacre.
The march remained mostly peaceful, but police arrested at least two.
The former presidential nominee said a vote for John Kasich would guarantee Donald Trump wins the nomination.
The Democratic candidate seemed to criticize President Obama’s choice to replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia.
It's a sign of just how dire things have become for the GOP.
Putin the mythmaker will always benefit from an isolated Russia.
A letter in the same envelope said Donald Trump should end his presidential campaign.
The ex-presidential candidate said he won’t seek to be a vice president, senator or governor.
One of the 23 advisers is Frank Gaffney Jr., who has been called an "Islamophobe."
Protesters laid under white sheets to represent the 90 Americans killed by gun violence daily.
As president, would Trump be a fascist? A reformer? A savior? A buffoon? Probably a bit of all that, but much closer to Carter than Hitler.
More like Marco Ru-bye-o.
Residents in five states voted in primaries on Tuesday.
Residents in five states and one U.S. territory head to the polls on Tuesday.
An ex-model. A former NFL cheerleader. Stay-at-home moms. Even a former president.
"Bimbo." "Dog." "Fat pig." Real quotes from Donald Trump about women.
Todd Palin was injured in a snow machine accident on Sunday night.
The conservative news site lost six employees since Friday.