As his potential successors take the stage in Las Vegas, President Obama on Tuesday night appealed to Democrats and urged party foot soldiers to “work even harder” than they did in the past several election cycles.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Ohio Gov. John Kasich dropped to 1 percent each in the new Fox News poll released Tuesday evening, as the GOP field continues to crystalize and a handful of candidates persevere.
A nasty fight within the Democratic Party spilled into the open as the party readied for its first presidential debate Tuesday.
The White House said Tuesday that President Obama wasn’t trying to influence an FBI investigation into Hillary Rodham Clinton’s private email server when he declared that Mrs. Clinton hadn’t harmed national security.
For the Democratic nomination for the presidency of the United States of America, I hereby officially and wholeheartedly announce my endorsement for — The Empty Lectern!
The White House chastised Iran Tuesday for detaining Americans and for violating U.N. resolutions on ballistic missile testing but said those transgressions have no bearing on the administration’s nuclear deal with Tehran.
The woman who confronted GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump on women’s rights Monday is a volunteer for rival Jeb Bush’s campaign.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal’s presidential campaign is calling on the RNC and CNBC to rethink the “delusional” polling criteria they are relying on to determine who gets a spot on the main debate stage this month in Colorado.
Those who once called President Obama the “deporter in chief” may want to rethink the title. Deportations, including removal of criminals, “continue to plummet under Obama,” according to a new Federation for American Immigration Reform analysis that reports deportations of illegal immigrants are at the lowest levels since 2006 — down 42 percent in the past three years alone.
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is chomping at the bit in first Democratic presidential debate, where he plans to distinguish himself from front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton and the others as the best candidate to finish what President Obama started, according to his campaign.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush on Tuesday called for tax credits to help people purchase health care coverage and for increasing the limit on tax-exempt contributions health savings accounts as part of his “bottom-up” plan to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has retained her lead on the rest of the 2016 Democratic presidential field, but Vice President Joseph R. Biden runs better than Mrs. Clinton against top Republicans, according to a poll released Tuesday.
The Democrats will have their first presidential debate in Las Vegas this evening. Here’s five things to watch.
Carly Fiorina’s presidential campaign announced Tuesday that it raised almost $7 million in the past three months, showing a significant uptick from earlier this year and edging out some rivals, including Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, during the third-quarter money chase.
The Hillary Rodham Clinton that enters Tuesday’s kickoff Democratic presidential campaign looks markedly different from the one that ran for president in 2008, as she chases the liberal voters that have come to dominate her party’s nomination process with a leftward drift.