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Ted Cruz said Sunday a proposal to include women in the Selective Service registration was a product of out of control political correctness and warned against putting a woman soldier near a dangerous “psychopath” in a combat situat...
Millsfield is among the first places in New Hampshire to vote in the state’s first-in-the-nation primary on Tuesday.
The presidential campaign was at the center of Sunday’s political talk shows as the candidates prepared for Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary. Here are some highlights: 1, “I think the whole race changed last night. There was a march among some in the chattering class to anoint Senator Rubio. I think after last night, that’s over.” […]
Donald Trump leads the crowded GOP presidential field by double digits in the final days leading up to New Hampshire’s primary Tuesday, according to the latest Monmouth University Poll released on Sunday.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, who has repeatedly suggested that rival Hillary Clinton is influenced by Wall Street banks owing to money she has taken from them, declined to point to specific actions on her part traceable to that money.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie sought Sunday to seize on the pummeling Sen. Marco Rubio took in the previous night's debate, arguing that it revealed the Florida senator as unprepared for the presidency, while Mr. Rubio hit back by citing what he called his impassioned views.
Hillary Clinton leaves the New Hampshire campaign trail Sunday to travel to Flint, Mich., for a community meeting on the city's water crisis, a high-profile effort to draw attention to the problem.
It's called the Spin Room, because that's where campaigns go to spin what everyone just saw with their own eyes.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders is counting down to the New Hampshire primary on Snapchat.
Bernie Sanders stood beside his doppelganger, comedian Larry David, in an appearance on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live,” joking about his advocacy for the common man as he runs for the Democratic nomination for president.
Seven GOP candidates face off tonight in New Hampshire for the Republican debate. Here is our live blog.
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Brian Katulis: National security is a key issue of the 2016 campaign, and Republican presidential candidates are struggling to define a coherent, cohesive policy vision.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign says she has little chance of winning Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary, but the former secretary of state appeared determined to make up some ground Saturday.
Bernie Sanders is trying not only to motivate young people to go to the polls. He wants to win over those who are still undecided, including independent voters who represent largest voting segment in the state and can vote for either party in the primary.
Gov. Chris Christie said Saturday he had little sympathy for Republican rival Carly Fiorina’s complaints that she wouldn’t be included on the GOP debate stage Saturday night, arguing the “rules are the rules.”
The Republican presidential debate night in New Hampshire Saturday will feature the smallest array of candidates yet, but the stakes are larger than ever: For several candidates, this debate could be their swan song.
Doug Heye: The bitterest fight to emerge from the Iowa caucuses has been over Ben Carson’s charges of dirty tricks by the Cruz campaign.
John Kasich, the governor of Ohio, kicked off his 100th town hall meeting here Friday night with an introduction by Mike Vrabel, a former linebacker for the New England Patriots. Mr. Vrabel used to play for the Ohio State Buckeyes, and Mr. Kasich is a big football fan.
What to expect at the Republican debate in New Hampshire, and more of the biggest news stories and exclusive features from Washington on politics, policy, financial regulation and defense.