After dedicating an entire issue of its print publication to attacking a single candidate, National Review is in hot water with GOP leaders.
Fox News Channel said on Thursday it would join with Google to host the Republican presidential primary debate to be held on Jan. 28 in Des Moines, Iowa.
Ted Cruz' Kansas State Chair has been active in that state's politics for more than 25 years and currently serves as Vice Chairman of the Republican House Campaign Committee.
The White House pushed back on Thursday against former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin's comments on domestic violence.
"Unbelievable," "embarrassing," even "dangerous" have been used by the financial elite gathered at the World Economic Forum to describe Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump.
An Iowa pastor has announced his endorsement of Rand Paul in the first-in-the-nation caucus state, which votes in just 11 days.
Earlier in the campaign cycle, a reality TV star gave his endorsement to Marco Rubio, now the Florida senator's campaign has turned it into a TV spot.
A new video delves fully into the presidential candidate's faith journey and how he came to know Jesus as his Lord and Savior.
In his newest television ad, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio lays out the case for why Hillary Clinton shouldn't be president.
One year into his first term in Congress, the former federal prosecutor will help lead Ted Cruz' efforts in Colorado.
Wednesday, the Marco Rubio for President campaign announced the formation of its Dignity of Life Advisory Board.
Donald Trump is "crushing" the competition in a key battleground state, according to a poll released Wednesday afternoon.
A group of millennials who say they plan to vote for Marco Rubio are encouraging other young Americans to do the same in his campaign's latest video.
A leading conservative Christian in reality television plays a central role in the new advertising run in Iowa.
Michael Farris, who is now Chancellor of Patrick Henry College, has attacked the Liberty University president for his support of Donald Trump's presidential campaign.
There is a lot more that goes into forecasting the quadrennial Iowa Caucuses than just reading a bunch of poll numbers.
Dr. Ben Carson suspended all campaign activities Tuesday to be at the Omaha hospital where a volunteer was in critical condition following a crash.
The former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee made the announcement Tuesday evening.
Following a tragedy within his presidential campaign, Dr. Ben Carson suspended all activities for the rest of Tuesday and hopped a plane to Omaha. He's asking for everyone's prayers.
Within the span of an hour Tuesday, three Republican candidates very publicly urged their supporters to pray with them.
Ted Cruz doesn't like government subsidies, even for renewable fuels, like Iowa-made ethanol and biodiesel. The governor, as a result, isn't a fan.