Here are some Republican frontrunners — and some underdogs.
The New Jersey governor says he's not dead yet in 2016 waters.
The possible 2016 GOP candidate said he will appeal judge's decision.
Woody Johnson, a top GOP fundraiser, supported Mitt Romney in 2012.
New poll finds 59 percent don't think the Republican governor would be a good president.
The likely 2016 presidential candidate has been reaching across the aisle.
Office pushes back against media reports.
He's being noticed — but for the wrong reasons.
“Parents ought to make sure their children are vaccinated,” Bush told reporters.
A large chunk of the GOP field has admitted to using marijuana at some point in their lives.
The governor said the soccer match between Arsenal and Aston Villa was a "great game."
Former Florida Gov. expresses hope that Romney's "days of serving" are not over.
Who shone and whose luster faded at the conservative conference?
Coverage on Fox News Channel is essential for any 2016 Republican candidate.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz gave talking points against Bush, Walker and others.
The former Florida governor has a small lead over a packed GOP 2016 field in a new poll.
The former NBA great said he will likely switch the party he votes for in 2016.
For the first time, most of Christie's constituents have an unfavorable view of him.
It wasn’t supposed to go like this for Chris Christie.
Paul and Christie were merely following the GOP playbook and teaching the controversy.
A short answer for Chris Christie and Rand Paul: It can't.
Carson said diseases should not be allowed to return by "foregoing safe immunization."
Romney's departure helps Bush but also gives other upstart candidates new life in 2016.
Why is Romney even considering another run? The answers are simple.