Bernie Sanders is quickly becoming a favorite of millennials, which could spell long-term trouble for Republicans.
Surprisingly, the former secretary of State has avoided talking about foreign policy.
His presidential run is all about elevating his brand.
While the nomination is a long shot, she's positioned herself as a potential running mate.
Assuming Democrats nominate Clinton, which Republican candidate can defeat her?
Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz are battling for the same turf: the emotive conservative turf.
The presidential candidate's proposed wall would shut out our third-largest trading partner.
Both parties' lineups feature one-time presidential nomination hopefuls taking another shot.
The nomination will go to the person who represents and articulates the future, not the past.
Bernie Sanders's surging candidacy is totally suffocating Martin O'Malley's campaign.