2016 Presidential race
A mention of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush brought backlash.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is looking to clear what could be a hurdle in 2016.
Most New Jerseyans aren’t buying the report that absolved Christie from bridge scandal.
Vice President Biden repeatedly insisted Tuesday's visit to New Hampshire was to promote job...
For the first time the New Jersey governor faced a question over the scandal at a town hall.
Paul railed against the National Security Administration surveillance program.
Billionaire real estate mogul blames lack of 'leadership' in state GOP.
The Utah House wants to hold its primary a week before any other state via an online system.
“I think Hillary will run, and I think she will win,” says the New York senator.
Former first lady Barbara Bush appeared to walk back her flat declaration that the country has "had...
The Kentucky GOP senator's maneuver is an indication of his 2016 thinking.
The documents, however, don’t offer any further connection to Chris Christie.
Billionaire Donald Trump framed himself as a job-creating anti-politician.
Despite the bridge scandal, Chairman Christie brought the committee to fundraising success.
The N.J. governor says the scandal won’t matter to voters if he runs for president.
The "Happy" singer tells GQ, “We’re about to have a female president. Hillary’s gonna win."
“Deval’s done a great job," the president said.
Cruz didn't directly criticize Paul, but did seek to distinguish his views.
Among Democrats, Vice President Biden comes in a distant second.
The Ky. senator proved he still captures the imagination of the GOP's libertarian-leaning wing.
Sen. Rand Paul encouraged conflict within the Republican Party to “make the party better.”
Nearly four in 10 voters say there’s no chance they’ll vote for her if she runs in 2016.
Documents reveal how Hillary Clinton's aides have wrestled with managing her media image.
The RNC argues that Clinton’s 2008 healthcare reform proposal was “ObamaCare on steroids.”