Trump's Aides Divided In Hunt For Sec. Of StatePresident elect Donald Trump's search for a Secretary of State has taken a dramatic turn.
Once Bitter Rivals, Trump & Romney Meet, Smile, Shake HandsPresident-elect Donald Trump and former Governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney met Saturday at the billionaire's golf club in New Jersey, both emerging with smiles and a public handshake but no word on what, if any, role the 2012 GOP hopeful might play in the new administration.
Report: Group Led By Mitt Romney Tried To Buy Miami Marlins It turns out a group led by Mitt Romney tried to by the Miami Marlins.
Trump Responds To Romney Call For GOP To Shun HimFormer GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney said the prospects for a safe future are "greatly diminished" if Donald Trump becomes the Republican nominee for president.
A Little Trim, A Little Politics In A New Hampshire BarbershopDana Langley is the owner of the Derry Barbershop and has been cutting hair in a cozy New Hampshire town for more than twenty years. He knows the unique view folks in his state have during the presidential race.
Bush Will Take Some Family Help, But Avoid Over RelianceJeb Bush said Thursday that while his brother will join him on the campaign trail and his mother stars in a new ad, he remains wary of leaning on his famous family as he seeks to become its third president.
In GOP Response To Obama, SC Governor Defends ImmigrantsAmericans should resist "the siren call of the angriest voices" in how the nation treats immigrants, South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley said as the GOP used its formal response to President Barack Obama's State of the Union address to try softening the tough stance embraced by some of its leading presidential candidates.
CBS/NYT Poll: Donald Trump Holds Onto Top Spot Nationally
Presidential Candidates Differ On Border Wall With MexicoSeveral candidates for the presidency in 2016 have proposed building more border wall along the nearly 2,000 mile frontier with Mexico to keep people from crossing into the U.S. illegally.
State Department Short Of Target On Clinton Email ReleaseThe State Department opened the new year by falling short of a court-ordered goal from last year to have out by now 82 percent of Hillary Clinton's emails from her years as secretary of state.
Immigration Fuels Cruz-Rubio Republican ClashThe rivalry between Cuban-Americans Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz boils down to one issue more than any other: Immigration. And it’s become the two presidential contenders’ focus in closing messages to Republican voters before the sprint to the Iowa caucuses.
Trump Says He'd Expected More Criticism At GOP DebateRepublican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Wednesday shrugged off the barbs he received at the final GOP debate of the year, saying he'd been prepared for more criticism as the front-runner.