Mike Huckabee, in response to critical comments made on Monday by President Obama in Ethiopia, defended his use of Holocaust imagery to describe the White House's policy toward Iran.
"The particular comments of Mr. Huckabee are just part of a general pattern we’ve seen that would be considered ridiculous if it weren’t so sad." — President Obama, during a news conference in Ethiopia.
Less than two weeks before the first Republican presidential debate, candidates are turning up the volume in hopes of getting onstage and keeping up with Donald J. Trump.
Mrs. Clinton said on Sunday that she would aggressively fight climate change as president and would release a video on Sunday evening pledging a policy with "really high goals."
For now, Donald Trump is here to stay, at least according to two new NBC News/Marist polls released on Sunday.
The 16 Republican presidential hopefuls are competing against one another to score a coveted spot onstage for the first Republican debate next month. But on the Sunday shows, the chatter was all focused on the new developments surrounding Mrs. Clinton's emails.
The New Jersey governor found a friendly audience, and tempting food, at an Italian-American street fair in Des Moines.
Mr. Trump directed his distinctive brand of ridicule at a new presidential rival: Scott Walker, the Wisconsin governor, who leads in polls of Iowa Republicans.
Senators are debating whether to extend -- or for how long -- a deadline for railroads to install safety features that might have prevented May's fatal Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia.
Republican White House hopefuls campaign in Iowa and Texas, and the president visits Kenya amid schools, and backpacks, with his name on them.
A "super PAC" supporting Rand Paul raised just over $3 million in the first six months of the year, according to a report filed Friday, far less than most of the outside groups backing his rivals for the Republican presidential nomination.
Senator Ted Cruz has made taking the high road a hallmark of his presidential campaign so far, vowing not to get into fights with other Republicans. Apparently Senator Mitch McConnell is not covered by that policy.
President William Howard Taft met with President Porfirio Díaz of Mexico in October 1909, when both leaders traveled to the United States-Mexico border.
Senator Ted Cruz, the sometimes-incendiary Texan running for the Republican presidential nomination, took to the Senate floor Friday to call his party’s majority leader a liar in an extraordinary public airing of grievance.
Former Gov. Rick Perry of Texas received some good news regarding his legal problems when an appeals court in his state dropped one of the two felony charges he is facing.
Hillary Rodham Clinton supports an increase in the national minimum wage but has suggested that some localities may need to set a higher wage floor than others.
Gov. Chris Christie's campaign has purchased $250,000 of advertising time on Fox News, where the first Republican presidential debate, featuring the top 10 candidates in polling, will be shown next month.
A 1993 speech in Austin, Tex., that Hillary Rodham Clinton delivered, shortly before her father's death, showed the then first lady's intellectual and philosophical worldview.
Apparently, the six months leading up to the first presidential primary can now be aptly christened as the Silly Season. Four years ago, it seemed as if the nuttiness could not be topped, with Michele Bachmann and Herman Cain setting a high mark for unintentional comedy, but that mark has now been...
Inspectors general have asked the Justice Department to investigate whether Hillary Rodham Clinton mishandled sensitive information on a private email account, and a wealthy environmentalist is setting a litmus test for Democratic candidates.