Republican presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Rand Paul made the most of a day in which most candidates stayed away from the campaign trail.
An effort to simultaneously celebrate her daughter's second pregnancy and to connect with Hispanic voters backfired, epically, for Hillary Clinton this week.
Both The New York Times and Politico have attempted to "hit" the Republican presidential candidate on a major campaign issue.
The newspaper yanked the controversial cartoon, then declares it a "gift" to the Republican presidential candidate.
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz projects a confident tone when discussing the 2016 GOP nomination race.
The polling numbers, both nationally and in the three early voting states, indicate the Republican presidential primary may be turning into a two-man race.
Hillary Clinton has pledged to seek a cure for a disease, which has ended the lives of millions of Americans, by 2025.
One Republican presidential candidate who was once the pick of evangelical Christians around the country is now left scratching his head.
A low-polling candidate has suddenly injected new life into his Iowa campaign operation just six weeks before the first-in-the-nation caucus.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush had something unexpected to say about Donald Trump during a Monday morning radio interview.
The matriarch of the modern conservative movement praised the candidate's "fighting spirit."
Conservative Christian blogger Matt Barber decided the times called for him to get behind a specific Republican presidential candidate.
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, once thought to be on the verge of dropping out of the GOP presidential race, unleashed a pointed video attack against a competitor.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz found a unique and entertaining way to get on late-night TV without going on a late-night TV show.
Ken Cuccinelli, the former Virginia Attorney General, recently announced his endorsement of a Republican presidential candidate.
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham took to YouTube on Monday to tell his supporters he was dropping out of the Republican presidential primary.
During a campaign rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, over the weekend, Donald Trump suggested the GOP leadership should help at least one of his competitors find the exit.
Voters who wondered how last week's GOP presidential debate would impact the polls found out in a big way over the weekend.
The Democrats debated Saturday night, during which Hillary Clinton pledged to stick out a key Obama Administration policy.
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vt.) is accusing the Democratic National Committee of undermining his presidential bid with allegations of stealing voter database information.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) tackles an important issue in his latest Iowa television ad, titled "Win."