Trump said the address was "really boring, slow, lethargic—very hard to watch!"
The president has been working to improve relations with Cuba since December 2014.
Trump said he influenced the network's decision to cut the New Hampshire paper from the debate.
Primaries in Democratic states like California, New York and Illinois may provide his path to victory.
Republicans cite the nuclear activity as a direct result of Obama's "weak" foreign policy.
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 jury is still out on whether the strategy will work.
Should Democrats really hope that Cruz is the eventual nominee?
But the likely Democratic nominee's supporters worry about Rubio.
GOP presidential candidates who are in Congress have availed themselves of a program they denounce.
Jennifer Rubin criticized Trump in her opinion column in the Post, prompting a vicious backlash from the New York real estate mogul.
Qaddafi was "a significant ally in fighting radical Islamic terrorism"? Tell that to the Lockerbie victims.
Cruz says that the tragedy shows the U.S. is at war.
Carson tied for third with Cruz, Rubio moves up to second.
Paul's hesitance to back a ground war may handicap him in a more hawkish GOP field.
The first-term senator says "there is no middle ground" after the Paris attacks.
Rubio's name-calling reveals the shallowness of his understanding of history and world politics.