Billionaire industrialists Charles and David Koch are cracking open a tea party door for Republican Jeb Bush, a welcome opportunity for the former Florida governor whose presidential competitors include several big tea party success stories.
A business-friendly audience in Detroit heard Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio share his ideas on how to improve the U.S. economy on Thursday.
The Donald has overtaken Jeb and Marco in Florida.
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz said Wednesday that the United States shouldn’t automatically grant citizenship to children of immigrants in the country illegally.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton told activists from the “Black Lives Matter” movement they should promote specific policy changes rather than only focusing on “changing hearts.”
Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush said Tuesday that the government should have broad surveillance powers of Americans and private technology firms should cooperate better with intelligence agencies to help combat “evildoers.”
As Hillary Rodham Clinton walked among the booths of funnel cakes and corn dogs at the Iowa State Fair, trailed by a massive pack of media and onlookers, Donald Trump’s helicopter circled the fairgrounds in the air above.
Even at his own rallies, Republican presidential candidate John Kasich is a stranger to some New Hampshire voters.
In a speech light on policy details but heavy on flair, Donald Trump told a raucous New Hampshire crowd Friday that he’d make a smarter president than any of his competitors when it comes to the economy, the military and everything else.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush on Thursday declined to rule out resuming the use of torture under some circumstances by the U.S. government.