He is, in some ways, the anti-Trump — a gentle candidate who lets his record as a renowned brain surgeon speak for itself.
Renewing his charge against illegal immigration, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Monday called the United States "a dumping ground for the rest of the world" as he rallied thousands of Texas supporters behind his fiery candidacy and promised Republican leaders he's just getting started.
The super PAC created to support Republican Jeb Bush's presidential campaign is on the air in early voting primary states with a $24 million television ad buy. The ads will remain on the air through the end of the year.
Republican presidential candidates not named Donald Trump have raised hundreds of millions of dollars for their campaigns and allied groups. Yet none of that money is being targeted against the celebrity real estate mogul, the party's front-runner through the summer.
Judicial Watch says no messages were sent or received by Clinton on her private server Jan. 21 through March 17 of 2009. No sent messages from Jan. 21 to April 12 that same year. From Dec. 20, 2012 through Feb. 1 of 2013, there are also no records of sent messages.
In an unlikely appearance at a prominent Christian university, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said Monday the "massive injustice" of income and wealth inequality should unite people across the political spectrum.
Hillary Rodham Clinton pledged Monday that she will address sexual assault on campuses if she becomes president and voiced solidarity with victims, saying, "You have the right to be believed."
On a visit to Iowa, the state that will have the first say in winnowing the presidential field, Obama drew sharp contrasts between Democratic policies and those of Republicans seeking to reclaim the White House. He was especially blistering on immigration, an emotional issue that has roiled the GOP.
Walker's plan calls for eliminating unions for employees of the federal government, making all workplaces right-to-work unless individual states vote otherwise and scrapping the federal agency that oversees unfair labor practices.
Sen. Charles Schumer wants to force drone manufacturers to implement geo-fencing technology that would keep the unmanned aircrafts away from airports and possibly events like sports contests and parades.
On his first visit to the town where a police shooting last year sparked riots, Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson asserted Friday that America should "de-emphasize race" as an issue and accused President Barack Obama of taking the nation backward on race by talking about it too much.
Lawyers for the government made the assertion in a filing this week with the U.S. District Court in Washington, part of a public records lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group that seeks access to Clinton's emails.
The Bernie Sanders phenomenon has been driven almost entirely by white supporters. Now the Vermont senator is out to overcome hurdles with prospective black voters who are still learning about him and could shape whether his underdog campaign for the 2016 Democratic nomination can last.
Fourteen years after the Sept. 11 attacks, one of the last, great mysteries surrounding the terrorist attacks on America has yet to be unmasked: parts of the Congressional probe that have been kept secret from the public under two U.S. administrations.
Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry ended his second bid for the Republican presidential nomination on Friday, becoming the first major candidate of the 2016 campaign to give up on the White House.