2016 Presidential race
Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) pleaded not guilty Tuesday to abuse of power charges.
Twenty-three Democrats and 42 Republicans make The Hill's list.
The onetime liberal critic has come around to the prospect of a Hillary Clinton presidency.
Missouri GOP chairman says Nixon's absence “allowed a lot of terrible things to happen.”
The likely 2016 candidate will headline a fundraiser for House Democratic women candidates.
The Texas governor will visit the early presidential primary state on Friday.
The Minnesota Republican says she might run for president again.
N.J. Gov. Chris Christie’s chief economist is resigning after years of flawed forecasts.
The candidate Republicans are most worried about can also draw out the GOP base and donors.
The former ambassador has waded into the midterm elections this cycle in an effort to boost his...
Birmingham, Cleveland, Columbus, Brooklyn, Philadelphia and Phoenix are in the running.
The Wall Street Journal tallied speaking fees and fundraising for their foundation.
Official says labor wants to see "where she'll be on working family issues."
The governor will report to a Texas jail to have his mug shot and fingerprints taken.
Texas governor and his legal team say it's an abuse of the court system for political gain.
"I have complete faith and confidence in Governor Perry's honesty and integrity," he says.
Her fall campaign schedule begins with Sen. Tom Harkin's annual steak fry.
Sen. Rand Paul outlined reforms geared toward improving conditions for minorities.
Rubio argues Hillary Clinton wouldn't move country forward.
Question is whether Biden has "fire in the belly" to run, Obama says.
But "I don’t think he could ever be elected president," Rep. John Yarmuth (D-Ky.) added.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) is planning his second trip to New Hampshire in two months,...
In August he'll meet with conservatives as he weighs a probable presidential bid in 2016.
The New Jersey governor avoided weighing in on the Supreme Court’s controversial decision.