It's the weekend before the New Hampshire primary. And all eyes are on the polls for both sides.
A possible title for this ongoing Republican primary race: "Fifty Shades of Crazy."
There's a lot of tough talk coming from Donald Trump, whose own military service record suggests he didn't have any personal appetite for waging war in some distant land with no clear objective.
Rubio, a fluent Spanish speaker, hopes to win back some of the Latino vote the party lost in recent years as it toughened its stance on immigration.
Donald Trump is finally speaking at length on his second-place finish in the Iowa caucuses — and where else, but on Twitter?
It remained unclear, however, whether any candidates will attend — and if the party will relax its rule banning them from non-sanctioned debates.
With a week and a half until the first votes are in, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are waging a stiff battle for the two kickoff contests.
Joe Biden's potential entry into the race is becoming more viable. The veep is gaining ground in national polls, as well as in the early primary states.
The new poll even finds The Donald leading a variety of other candidates in potential two-way races — which would dispel the idea that Trump might just have been ahead because of divided opposition in ...
There are candidates who wave the American flag — and then there's Donald Trump, who gave the Stars and Stripes a big hug at a rally Wednesday in New Hampshire.