The highest-polling GOP presidential candidates lined up across the prime-time stage Tuesday night.
The candidates disagreed with Donald Trump's "Muslim ban" but had some controversial ideas of their own.
He’s controversial, but there's little sign he's hurting other Republicans.
The candidate got a cool reception but disarmed the audience with promises.
The GOP wannabes have a responsibility to calm people with the truth rather than stir them up with lies.
Military challenges like ISIS usually help seasoned candidates, but the Republican campaign isn’t playing out that way.
The New Jersey governor touts his September 11 bona fides.
In these times of low government approval ratings, frustration with the status quo is peaking.
Leaders of both parties have failed to step up to the challenge of the slaughter of Syrians.
The candidates get tough on Syrian refugees and ISIS.
Rubio’s name-calling reveals the shallowness of his understanding of history and world politics.
Carson's remarks came after the real estate mogul went on a lengthy rant about him.
GOP presidential candidates will face off in their fourth debate of the election season.
Why does the surging Republican candidate say so many inflammatory things?
Trump reveals he packs heat when asked whether he would feel more comfortable if his employees carried weapons to work.
Wednesday night's event was meant to focus primarily on business and the economy.
The retired neurosurgeon has surpassed the real estate mogul nationwide by 4 percentage points.
The new survey shows that voters are attracted to Carson's personal story.
The retired neurosurgeon leads the real estate mogul by 8 percentage points in the early primary state.
Late on Tuesday, Ryan said he would pursue the top House job if his fellow Republicans united behind him.
Fiorina had polled poorly in July and early August, but she gained support after the first Republican debate on August 6.