2016 presidential election
Biden's path forward looks vanishingly narrow if Hillary Clinton runs in 2016.
Sen. Rand Paul hinted to a television news station that he smoked marijuana in college.
But creating distance from a president she has worked closely with could prove difficult.
Those who might challenge Clinton seem reluctant to go on the attack.
The three men presented different reasons why Iowa conservatives should vote.
The potential 2016 hopeful slammed Hillary Clinton's handling of Benghazi, foreign policy.
Recent events provide plenty of clues to how a Clinton presidential bid would be received.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has work to do if he wants to win the GOP nomination.
"She wears inevitability very badly," former aide says.
The Democratic Public Policy Polling survey finds most voters support EPA’s power plant rule.
Speculation has already begun as to whom Clinton might pick as a running mate.
The vice president has been publicly mulling a third attempt at the White House.
A 2016 Bush candidacy looks more likely by the day.
The former Hewlett-Packard CEO ran unsuccessfully as a Republican against Sen. Boxer in 2010.
New Jersey governor bemoans focus on raising minimum wage.
Rand Paul said he wants "more people to vote, not less."
“There’s no telling what could happen in just a matter of a couple of years,” Carson said.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush says he's "staying out of that race.”
There are five major policy areas that shed daylight between Clinton and Warren.
Gov. Rick Perry, Sen. Cruz, Mike Huckabee courted conservatives at Family Leadership Summit.
18 percent of active GOP voters in the early caucus state would vote for Bush.
Prospective candidates walk a fine line on immigration, climate change and gay marriage.
Clinton leads Bush 53 to 41 percent, according to a new Washington Post/ABC News poll.
“I don’t know what her political future is, whether she’s going to run,” he said.