While Mrs. Clinton has been popular in New Hampshire, her favorable ratings have dropped since February, while Mr. Sanders’s have been climbing, and a CNN/WMUR poll released on Thursday has them at a statistical tie, accounting for the margin of sampling error.
Conservative voters challenged the Florida senator over his vote for what some have derided as "Obamatrade."
Univision said it was ending its relationship with the Trump Organization and the Miss Universe Organization, and that it will not air the Miss USA pageant scheduled for July 12.
Gov. Chris Christie, who plans a Tuesday announcement, has been traveling the country under the banner of his political organization, Leadership Matters for America, delivering speeches on entitlement reform and education.
The Republicans' possible choices after the Supreme Court ruling: Try to do something modest that could overcome a presidential veto, or press forward with a true replacement for the Affordable Care Act.
Members of the news media, including interns for TV stations, ran with decisions in hand after the ruling by the Supreme Court to uphold nationwide health care subsidies as part of the Affordable Care Act.
Hillary Rodham Clinton showed her support on Twitter for the Supreme Court's decision to uphold a key element of President Obama's health care law.
Rick Perry and Marco Rubio were among the first Republican presidential candidates to react to the Supreme Court's ruling to uphold Affordable Care Act subsidies.
"We should start calling this law Scotuscare." — Justice Antonin Scalia, in his dissenting opinion on the Affordable Care Act subsidies case.
Few American Christians let their faith get in the way of their politics. They simply ignore church teachings or find creative ways to interpret biblical passages to justify their political views. That is why I don't expect the new encyclical from Pope Francis to cause much of a shift in people's...
President Obama has a long-sought trade deal waiting to be signed in Washington, the city where Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana has officially declared that he wants to move. But Mr. Obama's focus now is on a landmark church in Charleston, S.C., and on the eulogy he has to give on Friday for a friend who was shot and killed there along with eight others.
As he hop-scotched between events in Ohio, John Kasich, the two-term governor of Ohio, sought to disarm skeptics of his late-to-the-party exploration of a second White House effort.
Former Senator Jim Webb, the Democrat from Virginia, has struggled to generate much excitement over his potential presidential campaign, but on Wednesday he managed to attract some attention with some curious comments about the Confederate battle flag.
Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana is giving his presidential announcement the slow-walk treatment.
Hillary Rodham Clinton's remarks at a church in Florissant, Mo. — only a few miles north of Ferguson, where a black teenager was shot by a white police officer last August — came during a broader discussion of civil rights in Americ...
While Mitt Romney's Twitter post on the Confederate battle flag is credited with kick-starting the debate among Republicans and putting the issue at the forefront of the 2016 presidential campaign, the retweets he received were mode...
Yes, the Confederate battle flag that flies over the grounds of the state Capitol in Columbia, S.C., should be taken down and sent to a museum. The state's two most prominent Republican leaders, Gov. Nikki Haley and Sen. Lindsey Graham, have finally come around to the rightness of this action,...
Though the nation's attention still falls on the shooting in Charleston, S.C., the campaign focus pulls to Louisiana, where Gov. Bobby Jindal is going to make an announcement that many before him have already made.
Ben Carson, the retired neurosurgeon who is running for president, accused his Republican rivals of tap-dancing around the issue of race after the Charleston, S.C., shootings, saying a more direct approach was needed.
Amazon on Tuesday afternoon joined other major retailers such as Walmart, Sears and eBay and banned the sale of merchandise bearing the Confederate battle flag.