Mitt Romney is asserting himself as a leader of the Republican Party.
The White House candidate is vowing to take down “the Washington cartel.”
Hillary is seeking to solidify black support but memories of 2008, and before, linger.
"We must tackle this challenge with urgency and conviction," she said.
Sanders is gaining speed in the race for the party’s presidential nomination.
Republicans on Capitol Hill argue Trump will be a welcome addition to the debate stage.
“I will be the greatest jobs president that God ever created, I tell you that,” Trump said.
Jeb Bush had a lot riding on his official presidential launch on Monday.
The former secretary of State formally launched her bid to become president Saturday.
GOP candidates head to Utah summit hosted by former presidential nominee.
"I’ve got to have a discussion with my family,” Rep. Joe Heck said of running.
Rubio’s quest for the Republican presidential nomination is getting an unlikely lift.
The unlucky number for GOP presidential candidates in this election cycle is not 13. It’s 11.
Fiorina and her husband had a 30-percent effective tax rate in 2012 and 2013.
More than half of voters question Clinton’s truthfulness.
“If I didn't think I could compete, I wouldn't be here today,” Walker said in Orlando.
But they also acknowledge that it won’t be an easy task.
Republicans say the healthcare law will be a problem for the Democrat.
Jeb Bush and Mike Huckabee have already announced they will not take part.