The rivals spent much of Thursday’s sixth Democratic presidential debate in a respectful discussion of their marginal differences on issues …
The two Democratic rivals are tangling over health care.
Ted Cruz’s campaign is testing the limits of siphoning personal data from supporters.
Volunteers participated in a phone bank to motivate people to come out and vote during the March 1 primary.
He is said to be calling donors and supporters to give them the news.
Fiorina announced her candidacy in April. She previously ran unsuccessfully for Senate in California.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie suspended his campaign for the Republican nomination for president after failing to break out from a field in…
The grievance against Paxton alleges he illegally encouraged Texas officials to refuse to issue same-sex marriage licenses.
For some GOP candidates, the outcome could determine whether their campaigns continue beyond the northeastern battleground.
Seven candidates are vying for Elliott Naishtat’s Austin seat.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich is seeing polls rise ahead of the New Hampshire primary.
What once looked as a Hillary Clinton cake walk to the democratic nomination now looks like a tough slog. The Bernie Sanders campaign is pre…
On State of Texas: In-Depth, Rep. Roger Williams said the Federal Government should sell its vacant properties and use the money to fund the…
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.