Carson will speak Tuesday night at the GOP convention.
"What is the reason for the Second Amendment?" Carson asked.
"This is America," Carson said, insisting he'll stay in presidential race.
He raised the idea of "medical ways of putting people into a less-than-conscious state."
He called it a "stretch" for Obama to say he "identifies with the experience of black Americans."
Donald Trump is the red-hot favorite to become the Republican presidential nominee.
The Hill asked pundits from both parties to predict the winners in South Carolina and Nevada.
"Of course every nation has a right to sovereignty," he added.
Carson says he would not judge whether Trump is a true Christian.
Rep. Andy Harris practiced medicine with Carson in Maryland.
Carson added that accepting Sharia turns Islam into "a religion of domination."
"We don't call it after the second inning," the GOP presidential candidate added.
Armstrong Williams was sued by a former employee.
Carson said earlier this week he sees "no political path forward" with his White House bid.
"But we think the opportunity still exists for people to wake up."
Carson stood by his comment that Obama was raised in "white America."
Being seen as the main threat to Donald Trump has generally been a nightmare-come-true.
The campaign raised more overall funds than that of any other GOP candidate.
Cruz made an attempt to smooth over their feud, according to a new report.
A survey released Friday finds Trump leading by only 5 points.
Trump had held the top spot in the previous 31 consecutive national polls.
Carson warns lawsuit challenging Cruz's citizenship would hurt GOP.
The "Frasier" star discussed his conservative politics on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."
The nominating process for both parties is fundamentally flawed.