Wednesday night's event was meant to focus primarily on business and the economy.
Economy! Jobs! Taxes!
The candidate is holding a contest for his next ad. We imagined what it would be like for the other candidates.
John Yob, a staffer for Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, says he was attacked by Rubio staffer Rich Beeson.
Paul, the most libertarian of the GOP wannabes, has failed, so far, to make it to the front of the pack.
Most GOP candidates promise brave new interventions and wars.
Sure, you have senses and opinions. But how well did you really pay attention to the Fox News-Facebook Primary Debate?
During a preliminary GOP debate on Thursday, none of the candidates delved into international trade, a main talking point for front-runner Donald Trump.
Participants included former Texas Governor Rick Perry and former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum.
With 10 candidates, you'll need something to keep them straight.
Instead of cutting superfluous government activity, Paul has sponsored some 50 bills and co-sponsored another 120.
The libertarian is assuming a role he hasn't been known for in the past.
At a forum on faith, 2016 candidates shied away from mentioning the racially-charged attacks on a church in Charleston.
The bill ends a system exposed by Edward Snowden in 2013.
Jeb Bush came out in favor of the Patriot Act in an op-ed Monday.
Final Senate passage of the Patriot Act was delayed until at least Tuesday by objections from Senator Rand Paul.
The Jade Helm 15 paranoia shows that nut-jobs are driving the Republican Party.
"Emailgate" is causing Hillary Clinton to lose support in the swing state.
The newbies are betting voters care more about ideas and passion than time in office