Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said Sunday that he could beat Islamic terrorism by “unleashing” U.S. military power that has been hamstrung by the Obama administration.
Bobby Jindal said Sunday that immigrants who do not adopt American values represent an “invasion.”
Chris Christie on Sunday called Hillary Rodham Clinton a “disgrace” for saying he and fellow GOP presidential candidates have the same “extreme views” on women’s health issues as terrorist groups.
Sen. Bernard Sanders has closed in on Democratic front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton in the race for Iowa caucus voters, cutting her lead to 7 percentage points.
Sen. Bernard Sanders pushed back Sunday against the Clinton campaign’s charge that he is soft on gun control by promising that he will pass new gun-control laws, if elected.
After GOP front-runner Donald Trump told reporters on Thursday that he attends a church in Manhattan, the church released a statement saying Mr. Trump is not an “active member.”
A feud within the Democratic Party spilled into the open Friday at the Democratic National Committee’s summer meeting in Minneapolis, as presidential candidate and former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley used his speech to the convention to publicly chide DNC leaders for limiting the number of presidential debates.
A top Republican questioned Friday whether former State Department Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton ran her husband’s speeches by ethics officials within the department, after emails surfaced showing conversations about the speeches didn’t appear to include the right people.
A federal judge Friday ordered the IRS to turn over the records of any requests from the White House seeking taxpayers’ private information from the tax agency, delivering a victory to a group that for two years has been trying to pry the data loose.
President Obama distanced himself Friday from his administration’s allies calling opponents of the Iran nuclear deal “warmongers.”
The Democratic National Committee demonstrated Friday that when it comes to Hillary Rodham Clinton, the rules do not apply.
Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida says he is the clear front-runner among the 2016 presidential contenders on at least one attribute: speed.