President Obama urged young African leaders Monday to reject “foolish traditions” such as sorcery involving the body parts of albinos and female genital mutilation, saying new generations must bring about change.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush is outlining a six-point strategy to bolster security at the nation’s border and overhaul its immigration laws.
Donald Trump reveals that voters like that he’s “nice” - and that he’s really not trying to start a dust-up with rivals. “But you have to counterpunch,” he adds.
Less than a third of Obamacare exchange customers are satisfied with their plans, according to a survey released Monday that finds enrollees in the signature heath overhaul are less happy than those covered through government programs or their jobs.
Mark Everson, a former chief of the IRS who is making a long shot bid for the GOP’s presidential nomination, said he is filing a complaint with the Federal Election Commission on Monday challenging the method Fox News is using to pick the candidates on stage for Thursday’s first primary debates.
Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton is launching the first TV ad of her run Tuesday, with a $2 million buy for two spots running in Iowa and New Hampshire, her campaign says.
Jeb Bush, now the undisputed king of fundraisers in both parties, came prepared on Sunday to address head-on the immigration issue, one of his biggest vulnerabilities with Republican core voters.
The White House assault on the U.S. coal industry will culminate Monday with the release of long-awaited rules limiting carbon emissions from power plants — a move President Obama says will be the “biggest, most important step” ever in the fight against climate change.
More than a dozen of the Republican presidential contenders are set to converge Monday for the Voters First Forum, which is billed as a chance to turn attention away from national polls and refocus on the important role voters play in states that host early nomination contests.
Ben Carson, a 2016 GOP presidential candidate and retired neurosurgeon, refused to back down Sunday after describing as “silly” the debate over “black lives matter” versus “all lives matter.”
Stealing the thunder from the Republican Party’s first presidential debate this week is a flurry of speculation about a Democrat: Vice President Joseph R. Biden.
From Tom Brady’s “Deflategate” suspension to government sugar subsidies, Sen. Marco Rubio on Sunday had donors frequently laughing and applauding under a hot southern California sun.