2016 presidential campaign
The ad pokes fun at campaigns' attempts to personalize their candidate.
The GOP front-runner says he would not preemptively attack Pyongyang.
Then-secretary of State speculated about sources of negative quotes about Obama.
Trump says he's "satisfied" with his current numbers.
Trump continues to lead the GOP field by double digits in the survey.
Carson has trailed other candidates in fundraising from outside groups.
Bush takes second and Kasich third in The Hill's latest rankings.
The White House hopeful slammed the Obama administration's response.
The top-polling candidate will reportedly get center podium at the first GOP debate.
“If it’s undecided when I become president, I will answer your question," she said.
Clinton gets 43 percent in new poll compared to 35 percent for Sanders.
Star environmental activist Bill McKibben is telling presidential candidate Hillary Clinton that if...
One of the early pioneers in the recent boom in hydraulic fracturing is advising Sen. Marco Rubio...
"They just want it all to end. BAD!"
The presidential candidate targets Obama administration regulations and limits on offshore drilling.
Trump says he has not had to spend any money to date because of TV coverage.
The billionaire environmentalist donor wants an entire debate on the issue.
Rick Perry's vision has been instrumental in advancing Western conservatism.
Republicans challenged the restrictions on investment advisers' political contributions.
Top GOP presidential candidates blasted the Obama power plant rules.
President Obama has backed drilling in the Arctic Ocean.
Environmentalists have been calling for her to take a stand on various issues.
"I don’t go to Mass for economic policy or for things in politics," the Republican said.
Other queries after his campaign launch included “How old is Martin O'Malley?”