2016 Presidential race
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.
The governor slammed Democrats as the party of intolerance on the issue of abortion.
The 2016 hopeful serves up conservative red meat to the Faith and Freedom Coalition.
“Every day that goes by leaves the republic weaker," he told the Faith and Freedom Coalition.
Clinton said she supports a ban on automatic weapons.
He cautioned against blaming Cantor’s loss on conservative opposition to immigration reform.
“I am not gonna comment on what I did or did not say back in the late 90s,” she told ABC.
John Bolton's political action committee will max out to both candidates.
"Today liberty is under assault like never before," Cruz said in a Texas speech.
Sens. Marco Rubio (Fla.), Rand Paul (Ky.) and Ted Cruz (Texas) all voted against her.
Clinton says that countries, like people, face “hard choices” that affect their development.
The Wall Street Journal tallied speaking fees and fundraising for their foundation.
The former Senate candidate zeroed in on her "war on women" charges against Republicans.
Santorum told a friendly crowd that blue-collar conservatives “are the future of America."
Allen West urged religious conservatives not to be deterred by name-calling.
Clinton said pot “should be available under appropriate circumstances” for medicinal use.
Clinton said she might be the only woman with the experience needed to run in 2016.
Clinton said she felt she had “let people down” with her failed White House bid.
She pushes back on assertions that her opposition to the surge was politically motivated.
Sen. Ted Cruz won the Texas Republican Party presidential straw poll on Saturday.
The potential 2016 hopeful led the GOP governors' association to record-breaking $50 million.
Pelosi said if the GOP cared about 2016, they would have passed immigration
The N.J. governor also said the bridge scandal would have no impact on his political future.