Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) has added three stops to a previously planned swing through early primary state South Carolina, giving him the opportunity to connect with local activists and donors as he explores a potential 2016 presidential bid.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders (I), who recently entered his name into the mix of possible presidential contenders for 2016, questioned potential opponent Hillary Clinton's commitment to "working families" in an interview.
The New Jersey governor takes 48 percent support to Hillary Clinton's 44 percent support.
The group allows the Louisiana governor, a possible 2016 contender, to increase his profile.
Voters in the battleground state differ on whether a candidate should have D.C. experience.
Christie says "not even Democrats" would have passed law if they'd known truth.
Sixty-one percent of Ohioans disapprove of the president.
Treasury's move to limit nonprofit groups is unlikely to drive big donors out into the open.
The New Jersey governor wants some loopholes in the state legislation closed first.