Each of the three lower-polling candidates in Thursday's "undercard" debate had plenty of zingers for the Democratic front-runner.
Expect more dustups as the field narrows.
The interview took nearly six months to approve.
In his final State of the Union address, the president said he is announcing a new national initiative to cure cancer "once and for all."
Obama asked four questions of the next president during his final State of the Union address Tuesday night.
In a lighthearted interview with comedian Jimmy Fallon, Trump said Clinton's email scandal is what's keeping her from clearing the field of Sanders.
Obama's speech will likely address taxes, education, health care, immigration and gun control, among other issues.
A 2013 tweet from John Podesta reveals a potential disagreement with his boss, Hillary Clinton, over health care.
A new CNN/ORC poll shows the president's plans to expand background checks at gun shows and for online sales have the backing of two-thirds of the country.
Trump continues to goad Cruz over his birthplace, Canada, which Trump says may spark a lawsuit from Democrats over Cruz's eligibility to become president.
The state is now moving to stop a methane gas leak that began October 23 in a Los Angeles neighborhood.
Concern with press coverage of the State Department was a focus of Clinton's.
With a month to go until the Iowa caucus, Carson's campaign manager and communications director called it quits.
U.S. Senator and Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio urged state regulators to grant his brother-in-law, convicted of drug trafficking, a real estate license.
The mayor called for "the complete and total reform of the system and policing culture."
Former President Bill Clinton's complicated past may come to haunt his wife's presidential campaign, if Donald Trump has his way.
"Why do you want to do this?"
The U.S. senator from Texas was recorded in a meeting with donors in New York.