Republican candidate disavows discrimination but says he doesn't believe in gay marriage.
Republican front-runner had to halt his motorcade and go through a back entrance to deliver a speech at a hotel.
Mississippi's "religious freedom" law, a look at Jerry Brown's career, how Ted Cruz could become president and more in this week's top political stories.
With gap narrowing, Donald Trump needs to win nearly 60 percent of remaining delegates to secure GOP nomination.
There is one big difference between Goldwater and Trump. Goldwater took over the GOP from the bottom up. Trump is trying to take it over from the top down.
The Secret Service arrested Kyle Odom after he threw material over the White House fence.
Many mainstream Republicans are reluctant to rally behind Cruz, teh alternative to Trump, as they see him as too conservative.
Trump's lead in New Hampshire has narrowed since Iowa.
"I do not believe the president loves America," Politico quotes Giuliani as saying Wednesday.
Current and former Republican governors, senators and congresspeople will ziz-zag across the nation this weekend to lay the groundwork for future presidential campaigns.
Three senators and two congressmen delivered rebuttals to President Obama's speech.