While voters seem to be increasingly gravitating to Bernie Sanders's message, his candidacy raises another question: Is the nation finally ready to embrace a politician from New York City’s most populous borough?
What do you serve for a Bernie Sanders breakfast in Minnesota? A snippet about a time when the Vermont senator started attracting a larger following, near the start of his presidential campaign.
Gov. Chris Christie’s appearance with Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show” seemed less an interview and more a casual-yet-caffeinated banter between on-screen friends.
Jeb Bush's campaign is hoping a new month will help bridge the sustained gap between his success in fund-raising and his lagging poll numbers.
A passing comment by Columbia University's president touched off a flurry of expectations that President Obama would affiliate with his alma mater after he leaves office, but the White House said no decisions had been made.
Former Gov. Rick Perry of Texas has whittled his staff in Iowa to one paid operative amid continuing fund-raising struggles.
Donald J. Trump likes to brag that he leads his Republican rivals in every poll, but a new poll of Iowans showed him with company — including Ben Carson — at the top of the field.
In an interview with CNN, former Vice President Dick Cheney said Hillary Rodham Clinton was "sloppy and unprofessional" using a private email account. He also encouraged his successor, Joseph R. Biden Jr., to "go for it."
Valerie Plame, the former C.I.A. officer, and her husband, Joseph C. Wilson, will take part in an event next month for Hillary Rodham Clinton, one of a number of campaign fund-raisers scheduled in California.
As Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont continues to gain on her in the polls and as Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. considers joining the race, Hillary Rodham Clinton has increased her efforts to show her foundational support.
Ms. Shaheen, the popular Democrat from New Hampshire and the first woman to be elected senator and governor in the state, will publicly endorse Hillary Rodham Clinton next Saturday, Mrs. Clinton’s campaign said.
As the summer of Donald J. Trump winds down, some of the real estate mogul’s rivals took to the Sunday political talk shows, discussing plans for emerging from Mr. Trump’s shadow in the Republican field.
The most respected Iowa poll finds that Mrs. Clinton’s lead over Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont has shrunk to just 7 percentage points, while Mr. Trump’s favorability with Republicans has sharply increased,
Taking his outsider message into the heart of the Democratic establishment, Bernie Sanders warned party leaders that the huge crowds he has drawn may not vote for Democratic candidates in 2016 unless he is at the top of the ticket.
The former Maryland governor accuses Democrats of trying to suppress debate among their presidential candidates while Republicans are spewing "racist hate."
The 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, campaign barbecue and an outstanding teenager in New Hampshire in this week’s political pictures.
Mrs. Clinton mocked Mr. Trump and attacked him and his Republican rivals on immigration.
Marco Rubio issued a sharp critique of China's behavior on Friday, using a speech in South Carolina and an opinion piece in The Wall Street Journal to fault Beijing on military expansionism, cybertheft, human rights abuses and "economic misconduct."
Scott Walker struck an aggressive posture in a foreign policy speech, taking aim equally at America's enemies in the Middle East and the Wisconsin governor's political rivals in both parties.
Senator Marco Rubio called Hillary Rodham Clinton "desperate" after her remarks at a campaign rally a day earlier that compared Republican candidates to terrorists on their views about women's issues.