In the 1980s, the Democrats began taking campaign funding from big corporations, Wall Street and the very wealthy.
The D.C. voucher program has helped thousands of low-income, mostly black kids opt out of dismal public schools.
From foreign policy and taxes, to the Second Amendment and healthcare, the candidates didn’t leave out many topics as a way to criticize Obama.
In contrast, his first spot, released last week, focused on the threat of terrorism and controversial plans of his.
Academics unpack the most telling—and misleading—quotes from the South Carolina GOP debate.
The Kentucky senator is boycotting the undercard GOP debate after he was demoted from the prime-time stage.
Each of the three lower-polling candidates in Thursday's "undercard" debate had plenty of zingers for the Democratic front-runner.
The South Carolina governor confirmed she was referencing Trump as one of the “angriest voices” during her GOP response.
Haley encouraged Republicans to recognize their contributions to the “erosion of the public trust.”
Trump said the address was "really boring, slow, lethargic—very hard to watch!"
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker said he thinks Obama overstepped his role by expanding the background checks system.
House Republican leaders are considering a vote on long-delayed legislation to broaden sanctions against Pyongyang.
Republicans cite the nuclear activity as a direct result of Obama’s “weak” foreign policy.
The jury is still out on whether the strategy will work.
Nearly 60 percent of Republicans said they approved of U.S. efforts to work with other nations to limit global warming,
Paul, Cruz and Carson are peddling egregious untruths linking refugees to terror.
ISIS dominated the conversation during Tuesday's GOP debates.
The highest-polling GOP presidential candidates lined up across the prime-time stage Tuesday night.