“I think Hillary will run, and I think she will win,” says the New York senator.
The Texas governor kicks off day two with a rousing speech, bringing the crowd to its feet.
Jindal tells conservative crowd he was wrong to once say Carter was worse.
His speech defended GOP leaders' decisionmaking rather than trying to grow Tea Party appeal.
"You want to lose elections, stand for nothing," he argued in his speech kicking off CPAC.
Gov. Chris Christie heads into the lion’s den on Thursday.
Sen. Rand Paul encouraged conflict within the Republican Party to “make the party better.”
The House Budget chairman will headline the Iowa GOP's Lincoln Day Dinner.
Nearly four in 10 voters say there’s no chance they’ll vote for her if she runs in 2016.