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.
Cruz And Rubio Clash In Fifth Republican DebateIn a presidential race reshaped by national security fears, Sens. Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio clashed over U.S. military intervention, government spying on Americans' communications and immigration Tuesday night, as front-runner Donald Trump defended his provocative call for banning Muslims from the United States.
Quinnipiac: The Donald Soars, The Doc Sinks, Rubio In 2ndLess than a year away from the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump sits comfortably in the lead for the Republican nominee as rival Dr. Ben Carson, who's hung closely for the last month, drops to third place
Trump To Campaign In Sarasota On SaturdayDonald Trump returns to Florida as his Republican presidential candidacy continues at a campaign rally Saturday.
Trump Rivals Decry His Call For Registering US MuslimsRepublican presidential candidates swiftly condemned Donald Trump's call for requiring Muslims in the United States to register in a national database, drawing a sharp distinction Friday with the GOP front-runner.
Trump Says He Would 'Absolutely' Implement Muslim DatabaseRepublican presidential candidate Donald Trump voiced support Thursday evening for creating a mandatory database to track Muslims in the United States — the latest in an escalating series of responses following the deadly attacks in Paris.
Rubio Talks About His Cuban Roots, Island's FutureAs Marco Rubio campaigns for the Republican presidential nomination, he's pledging to bring generational change to Washington. Yet Rubio's policy toward Cuba hinges on reinstating a half-century-old diplomatic freeze that failed to unseat the communist government on the island where his parents were born.
Rubio Says Cruz Hurt US Intelligence Programs With StanceRepublican presidential candidate Marco Rubio on Wednesday kept up his critique of rival Ted Cruz on national security, saying the Texas senator worked with Democrats to "harm our intelligence programs" by restricting the federal government's bulk phone records collection program.
Poll Shows Trump With Solid Lead In FloridaReal-estate tycoon Donald Trump could win the Republican presidential primary in Florida and beat former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the general election if either vote were held today, according to a new poll of Florida voters.
Clinton Campaign Defends Democrat's Ties To Wall StreetHillary Rodham Clinton defended her long-running ties to the nation's finance industry on Monday, bringing out allies to argue that she would take a tough approach to regulating the industry despite receiving tens of millions in both personal and campaign cash from Wall Street in her career.
Carson: Congress Should Stop Funding Refugee ResettlementRepublican presidential candidate Ben Carson is calling on Congress to withdraw funding to resettle Syrian refugees in the United States, arguing there is no credible way to tell the difference between an Islamic State militant and an innocent citizen fleeing war.
Presidential Race Takes Backseat As Contenders Pray For Paris Attack VictimsDemocrat or Republican, there was no difference Friday. All the presidential contenders understood the most important issue was standing in solidarity for the people of France following the Paris terror attacks.
No Longer A Given That Florida Will Support Rubio Or BushIt's no longer a safe assumption that one of Florida's two most popular Republicans will carry the presidential primary in their home state, as most of the GOP candidates turned their attention Friday to the state's winner-take-all primary.