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Republican presidential aspirant Donald Trump is drawing flak yet again. This time, the problem isn't the candidate's comments about Mexico, but about a poor photo choice by his campaign.
Republican Presidential candidates are throwing jabs at President Obama on Twitter after he landed a nuclear deal with Iran.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton rebuked real estate mogul Donald Trump on Monday for his inflammatory comments about immigrants living in America.
Here are some things you probably didn't know about Scott Walker.
Scott Walker's decision to be a late arrival to the party has squandered momentum from earlier in the year.
Sometimes, it takes an outsider. Hillary Clinton may still be the candidate to beat for the Democratic nomination, but this was a particularly good week for rival Bernie Sanders.
Hillary Clinton’s meeting with AFL-CIO leaders later this month will underscore just how much ground she has to make up with unions that are flatly angry at the presidential candidate over her recent policy stances (or lack thereof)...
Two of the Republican Party’s most controversial figures have struck up an unlikely alliance as they both vie for the 2016 Republican Party nomination.
The national Democratic Party has found a new nickname for the GOP: "The Retrumplican Party" -- after Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Republican presidential aspirant Donald Trump has described people who cross the border from Mexico to the U.S. as "rapists," "drug runners" and "criminals." Still, Trump thinks he has a shot with that demographic if he gets his party's nomination for president.
Chris Christie wants an apology from the "liberal media" that convicted him of "heinous acts" in their coverage of the George Washington Bridge scandal, also known as "Bridgegate."
Republican presidential aspirant Jeb Bush may leave his last name out of his campaign slogan, but his ties to the Bush dynasty are very much alive in his campaign.
Another week, another candidate. This time it’s New Jersey governor Chris Christie, Republican Candidate #16.
Presidential aspirant Jeb Bush and President Barack Obama don't want peas in their guacamole.
Chris Christie, Hillary Clinton and many other presidential hopefuls are haunted by fake followers on Twitter.
Jeb Bush is skeptical about U.S.-led negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program.
The Clinton and Bush political dynasties will come face to face next week in Dallas. But it won’t be Hillary and Jeb.
When presidential aspirant Hillary Clinton and her deputy chief of staff, Huma Abedin, exchanged emails while Clinton was secretary of state, they seemed more like work friends than clinically professional colleagues.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie joined a large field of contenders seeking to win the White House next year.
Jeb Bush made a low-key visit to Charleston, S.C., on Monday for a closed-door meeting with local pastors about the killing of nine African-Americans at a historic church there nearly two weeks ago.