In CPAC speech, the Texas senator implicitly knocked Rand Paul on foreign policy.
Tom Schweich, the state auditor, was 54.
The New Jersey governor says he's not dead yet in 2016 waters.
He pledged to be a "disruptive app" like Uber or Lyft in the Senate for conservative ideas.
“Hillary likes hashtags. But she doesn’t know what leadership means," she says at CPAC.
At CPAC, he jabbed he doesn't subscribe to New York Times and "gave it up for Lent."
The Iowa freshman GOP senator began by recounting her own service in the Iowa National Guard.
The Kentucky senator throws some jabs at the former Florida governor ahead of their speeches.
But the South Dakota Republican has not definitively taken the option off the table.