Participants included former Texas Governor Rick Perry and former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum.
1. Trump; 2. Bush; 3. Walker; 4. Huckabee; 5. Carson; 6. Cruz; 7. Rubio; 8. Paul; 9. Christie; 10. Kasich.
Republicans say the plan, designed to lower carbon emissions by 2030, will eliminate American jobs and cost taxpayers.
A YouTube comedian of some sort may have been responsible.
Planned Parenthood facilities in the state did not violate any laws, the investigation found.
The link was prompted by his veto of a bill to let hospitals detain mental health patients against their will.
Jack Black, who famously performed "boner push-ups" in "Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny," is also a fan.
Nikki Autry faces civil rights charges after a SWAT raid that left an 18-month-old toddler severely injured.
Obama, Democrats and the Anti-Defamation League come out against Huckabee.
No Republican members of Congress have endorsed the measure.
Graham admonished Trump, who currently leads in the polls among Republicans, to "stop being a jackass."
The statute updates the state's open container laws for vehicles to include marijuana and stipulates that marijuana, like alcohol, must be kept in the vehicle's trunk, another part of the passenger cabin not normally occupied or in an unopened container.
The candidate offered a preview of her economic policies and also took some shots at Republicans in the race.
While the official did not mention any companies by name, Google reportedly has previously offered to expand Wi-Fi access countrywide at a low cost.
"Once capital becomes an idol and guides people's decisions... it ruins society," the leader of the Catholic church said.
95 percent of elected prosecutors are white—and 79 percent are white men—a study says.
The former attorney general said "the possibility exists" that the Justice Department could reach a plea deal.
The two countries will restore full diplomatic relations by July 20.
Gray's death was ruled a homicide.
The class at the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts will be one of the first of its kind at the high school level.
Japanese whaling boats will return to the Antarctic next year despite international opposition, a government official announced Monday.
The U.S. will feature a woman, selected based on input from the public, on its paper currency for the first time in more than a century.