Jeb Bush has a new nemesis, and it isn’t Donald Trump.
Liberal activists argue she would be beating Hillary Clinton in the polls by now.
Candidates seek to walk a fine line.
The businessman spoke to thousands at a football stadium in Mobile, Ala.
Many Republicans are worried Trump is following in Romney's footsteps.
Clinton has had testy times with the media throughout her political career.
The network will include her weaker polling numbers from before the Fox News debate.
Some warn that Republicans need to take the billionaire's candidacy seriously.
Bush's backers think their candidate has time to win.
James Comey is being thrust into the spotlight amid the controversy over Clinton's emails.
While not part of the campaign, Armstrong Williams is nonetheless a steady presence.
Trump, Clinton and Sanders took turns dominating a raucous day in Des Moines.
“Carly was a little nasty to me,” Trump said. “Be careful, Carly. Be careful."
“I’m not sure they completely understand the credibility they are losing, by the second."
The ad will link the New Hampshire Republican to the Koch brothers.
Democrats' push on wages polls better than Republicans' broader message of economic growth.
The Ohio governor sticks with his initial strategy after praise for his Fox News debate performance.
Some candidates elevated themselves, while others were left licking their wounds.
His performance was pugnacious, volatile and, as ever, controversial.