Republican former Arkansas governor vows he wouldn't make the same mistakes of 2008.
INDIANOLA, Iowa — Hillary Clinton fanned the 2016 flames on Sunday.
Sen. Bernie Sanders’s (I-Vt.) unabashed progressivism was on full display in Iowa.
The issue, Sanders said, is that “the American people want change."
Harkin said he expects a primary challenge for Clinton if she runs for president.
Hillary Clinton, Vice President Biden, Sen. Sanders travel to the critical caucus state.
The vice president will speak in Des Moines Wednesday as part of an official event.
His super-PAC is launching a new digital ad campaign slamming Obama’s leadership as “weak, indecisive and apologetic” and calling for viewers to vote based on national security.
Sen. Rand Paul warned the U.S. should be wary its actions don’t create further unrest.
The Texas GOP senator slammed the president's “fundamentally unserious” remarks.