Republican candidates seek to show they’ve got what it takes to outlast the crowded field.
He argued he has credibility as the candidate to heal the dysfunction afflicting Washington.
“Not too many people voted against it, but I did,” he said of the DOMA vote in 1996.
Woody Johnson, a major GOP fundraiser, will act as the Bush campaign’s national finance chairman.
Haley’s swift response is stoking speculation that she could be vice presidential nominee.
The issue is particularly important given South Carolina’s primary.
The Ohio governor will tout his "experience and record" if he enters the White House race.
Hillary Clinton has started to formulate a strategy on one of the thorniest issues she will face on...
The co-chairs of No Labels aim to build a grassroots moderate movement.
Dems say there’s nothing wrong with Bill's paid speeches while Hillary runs for president.
Bush sought to tie Hillary Clinton closely to President Obama in his announcement.
Moderate Democrats are worried about Hillary Clinton’s recent embrace of liberal policies.
Ex-Florida governor: ‘It’s June for crying out loud, so we have a long way to go.’
Carly Fiorina is one of several GOP candidates who might not make the stage.
The race is key to Republicans' chances of keeping hold of the Senate in 2016.
Here is a look at how each Republican presidential candidate has fared.
White House hopeful Bernie Sanders is turning to supporters of Elizabeth Warren.
The Senate’s “Three Amigos” are headed for a challenging 2016.
"We have, what, 75 people running? ... It’s a big field and will be competitive," he said.