Republican presidential hopefuls are pledging not to run for president as a third party candidate. All this as they waiting for Donald Trump to do the same.
The United States must bolster its military, push for more free trade and hold China far more accountable on human rights, Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio writes in an op-ed for The Wall Street Journal.
Not only is Donald Trump an unconventional candidate, he’s got a campaign operation that turns the conventional wisdom of electoral politics on its head.
Even though Donald Trump says he is leading in all the polls, GOP competitor Marco Rubio believes he will not be the Republican presidential nominee because his message is not an optimistic one.
In what felt like something that would have been seen on a reality TV show, GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump engaged in a heated confrontation with Univision anchor Jorge Ramos before having him tossed at a news conference Tuesday.
exas Sen. Ted Cruz was the hands-down favorite of the Americans for Prosperity annual summit in Columbus, Ohio, this weekend, if the number and volume of ovations during the speeches of five presidential candidates who addressed the annual convention of tea party activists was the measure.
Six GOP presidential candidates are visiting Alabama over a 10-day period, as the crowded Republican field jockeys for support ahead of the next year’s regional southern primary.
Tucked away at his family home in Delaware, Vice President Joe Biden has been huddling with longtime aides and family members, evaluating what it would take to launch a viable presidential campaign against well-funded Democratic opponents with a huge head start.
Hillary Rodham Clinton is facing fresh worries among elected Democrats about her use of a private email account while serving as secretary of state, as new polls signal that the inquiry is taking a toll on her presidential campaign.
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.