Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas called on Iowa voters to thoroughly vet the GOP candidates that run for president to make certain they are not peddling a false bill of goods on the campaign trail.
Gov. Bobby Jindal told Christian evangelicals gathered at an all-day prayer rally that the nation needs a “spiritual revival.”
Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin cast himself Saturday as a conservative warrior who has overcome death threats, and big government special interest groups, to pass “commonsense conservative reforms” that has bettered the lives of the people living in his state.
Former Massachusetts Gov. and 2012 GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney has a double-digit lead over other potential 2016 Republican contenders in a new poll.
Famed neurosurgeon Ben Carson said Saturday the next president must be committed to stopping flow of illegal immigrants coming into the country.
Rep. Steve King called on God Saturday to help the GOP nominate a 2016 presidential candidate that will “restore the soul” of the United States.
At least nine potential candidates for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination are gathered Saturday in Des Moines for the Iowa Freedom Summit.
Former Alaska governor and GOP Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin said Friday that she is “seriously interested” in seeking the presidency in 2016.
A group of Senate Republicans pressed Attorney General Eric H. Holder on Friday to explain the administration’s policy for U.S. fugitives in Cuba, including a convicted cop killer, following President Obama’s announced normalization of relations with the communist island nation.
Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky Republican, took some shots via social media at a few possible fellow 2016 presidential contenders, imagining a “gift exchange” between 2012 GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush at their meeting in Utah Thursday.
Mary Cheney, the younger of two daughters born to former Vice President Dick Cheney — and the one who’s openly gay — told a small group of students at American University that it’s high time for the Republican party to embrace same-sex marriage.
The Democratic National Committee announced Friday that it’s holding its national 2016 convention the week ofJuly 25, 2016 - the week after Republicans are scheduled to hold their convention in Cleveland.