The allegation that Ted Cruz used dirty tricks against rival Ben Carson in Iowa has turned his caucus win into a liability as he is forced to repeatedly apologize or defend himself.
President Obama will submit a high-spending “wish list” budget to Congress on Tuesday for fiscal 2017, and he is already wishing someone would take it seriously.
The Clinton camp will reassess its national campaign after New Hampshire, with some insiders telling Politico Bill and Hillary Clinton are unhappy with Mrs. Clinton’s campaign messaging and digital strategy and they are considering staff changes.
Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, who repeated similar lines about President Obama during Saturday’s GOP debate as he was being criticized for appearing overly scripted, said Monday he feels great about the debate and that the message is a central part of his 2016 presidential campaign theme.
Capping his final full day of campaigning in New Hampshire, businessman Donald Trump asked voters to erase any doubts about his viability and help him to his first victory in the Republican presidential primaries as he looks ahead to even more fertile ground in upcoming states.
Faced with the prospect of a crushing loss here in Tuesday’s crucial primary election, and with a campaign that once again looks to be in disarray, Hillary Clinton this week is relying on her husband to make a series of increasingly heated attacks against rival Sen. Bernard Sanders.
It’s unclear whether any Virginia jurisdictions qualify as sanctuary cities, but the state legislature is determined to make sure none of them stray across the line, with Republican senators and delegates pushing to withhold money from those that refuse to cooperate — and even considering making them have to pay restitution to those harmed by illegal immigrants within their borders.
A key Marco Rubio surrogate “went there” Monday, attacking New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie over his weight struggles.
The State Department confirmed Monday that the FBI is looking into former Secretary Hillary Clinton’s email server, filing a notice with a federal judge laying out the vague outlines of the investigation.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Monday that the presidential race has been an “outrage” and an “insult” to voters and is considering an independent bid himself.
Donald Trump’s new luxury hotel in the nation’s capital is monumental, sumptuous and could prove an effective campaign tool for the Republican presidential front-runner in the future. It’s also opening two years ahead of schedule. With much ado, the mighty doors swing open in September, a mere six blocks from the White House. Mr. Trump has dropped $200 million on the redevelopment of this 1899 Romanesque structure — the fourteenth in his collection of international hotels. Does he have a date in mind, perhaps? At 13,200 square feet, the Presidential Ballroom will also be the largest in town, and a prime spot for an inauguration gala when the time comes on Jan. 20, 2017.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush has spent months trying to convince voters — with mixed results — that he is ready to win the fight against businessman Donald Trump in the GOP presidential primary and take out former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in a general election matchup.
Many don’t seem to appreciate something that other countries envy: The American experience includes no coup d’etat. For more than 200 years, after every election, each of elected leaders has peacefully turned over the reins of power.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich said Monday that voters shouldn’t read his sunny disposition as an indication he would hesitate to hit back at his opponents when necessary.
GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump said Monday that 2016 rival Jeb Bush is “desperate,” “pathetic,” “an embarrassment to his family,” and that Mr. Bush “goes away like a little sheep” when Mr. Trump hits back at him.