In the last showdown before the New Hampshire primary, what are the moments everyone’s going to be talking about?
The Republican candidates meet again on Saturday for their final debate before the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday.
The two Democrats embraced a markedly more contentious tone than when they last debated before the year’s presidential voting began in Iowa
He described Rubio as a “born leader” and praised his “optimistic” message.
People are lining up to get a free tattoo of Bernie Sanders in Vermont.
The first-term senator from Kentucky exits the race having never caught on with Republican voters, who have made billionaire businessman Don…
The final tally put Clinton ahead by less than three-tenths of 1 percent.
Texas is one of 15 states and territories taking place in “Super Tuesday” on March 1. The Lone Star State is the biggest prize, with hundred…
“What we’re proving today is if we have a Republican president next year, we will repeal Obamacare.”
New Hampshire’s primary process, in which voters cast ordinary ballots, offers the candidates a more straightforward sprint toward victory t…
Sanders and Hillary Clinton are in a virtual tie in the Iowa caucuses.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz gathered the most GOP votes in the Iowa Caucus – the first hurdle on the race for President.
Sanders and Paul are two candidates counting on young voters tonight. But should they be putting their faith in them?
A snowfall forecast to start Monday night appeared more likely to hinder the hopefuls in their rush out of Iowa than the voters.
Cruz tops Trump, Rubio while Clinton and Sanders come down to the flip of a coin in some precincts.
The payoff comes tonight.
On the Republican side, Donald Trump appears to hold a slim lead over Ted Cruz, while among Democrats, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders ar…
Candidate selfies, a Carson burger and Bernie shirts!
After months of get out the vote town halls and millions of dollars spent on advertisements, tonight the voters of Iowa will help set a cour…
After months of campaigning and more than $200 million spent on advertising, the race for supremacy in Iowa is close in both parties.