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Marco Rubio's minute-long campaign ad, released Sunday, was meant to mimic a message of optimism from President Ronald Reagan's successful 1984 campaign. But instead of optimism, the "morning again in America" ad evoked derision.
Rivals Donald Trump and Ted Cruz sparred over the weekend over potential replacements for the late conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, both questioning the conservative chops of the other.
The former porn actress said she was 'extremely disappointed' Cruz pulled her from the campaign ad.
Hillary Clinton made modest inroads on social media during Thursday night’s Democratic primary debate. But – on social media, at least – Bernie Sanders was the big winner.
The Democratic National Committee has released a new Spanish-language video underscoring that Republican front-runner Donald Trump isn’t the only presidential candidate in his party to pose a risk for undocumented immigrants in the United States.
By Emily Flitter and Grant Smith What the Granite State vote can teach the candidates about the primaries to come.
Volunteers for Hillary Clinton are campaigning hard in New Hampshire in the face of a likely defeat to Bernie Sanders.
At a rally in New Hampshire, Trump made an off-color remark that lit Twitter ablaze and sent his supporters into cackles
The former Republican White House candidate and prisoner of war wasn't happy about Trump and Cruz's stance on waterboarding.
Kasich in New Hampshire: "I'm the right kind of porridge."
At nearly every stop Hillary Clinton has made in New Hampshire since arriving here last week, a supporter, a surrogate or Clinton herself has reflected on the potentially historic nature of her candidacy.
Ahead of its primary, chilly New Hampshire is drawing its share of tourists who want to get a hand-shake or take a “selfie” with the next U.S. president.
Bernie Sanders got the SNL treatment Saturday night.
There's a new war of words in the Republican primary campaign. Specifically, a war of overused words.
DURHAM, New Hampshire – Hillary Clinton closed Thursday’s night’s Democratic presidential debate with a version of a line that has cropped up frequently in her appearances here this week after her sliver of a win in the Iowa caucuse...
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders continued his reign over social media in a wide-ranging Democratic debate that covered ISIS, the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, the death penalty and foreign policy.
Republican Ted Cruz shared his experience of losing his sister to an overdose after years of watching her struggle with drugs and alcohol.
Clinton and Sanders put good manners aside and traded virtual jabs on Twitter.
Hillary Clinton on progressives, moderates and Bernie Sanders' 'low blow'.
A couple for California took an unusual birthday trip: they went for a 'safari' though the Iowa caucuses.