Jeb Bush is heading to Virginia to smooth a recent trouble spot among grass-roots evangelicals.
A White House moat will have to wait, but new security measures are on the way.
Despite a long career of lampooning human folly, it has only been in recent years that I have fully appreciated the strong predilection among Homo sapiens to willingly and fervently believe in preposterous ideas. The shooting at the Muhammad cartoon contest in Garland, Texas, provided a full display...
The oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens is backing former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida for president, saying he had donated $100,000 to help give Mr. Bush a leg up in the 2016 election.
The governor of New Jersey called the scandal over deflated footballs "overblown."
The Republican candidates for president lined up on different sides of the debate over whether the nation's intelligence agencies should be allowed to collect data about Americans after a court ruled Thursday that the National Security Agency had acted outside the law.
Karine Jean-Pierre will be taking on the role of national political director for former Gov. Martin O'Malley, a Democrat who is expected to announce his presidential candidacy in the coming weeks.
Next week, Jeb Bush will join others considering White House bids at the Republican Party of Iowa's Lincoln Dinner, participate in a town hall meeting, and attend a fund-raiser with Senator Charles E. Grassley.
A new poll shows Hillary Rodham Clinton with a commanding lead in Iowa among rivals for the Democratic nomination, with 60 percent of likely caucusgoers supporting her.
Hope you are enjoying this rumpus of a Republican primary, because it might go on for a very long time.
Mike Huckabee visited a valve factory in Iowa and, surrounded by workers in overalls and safety glasses, struck a blue-collar populism that he hopes will make him stand out with the state's conservatives come caucus time.
If the president had pushed his legal authority as far as it would go on immigration, does that mean that Mrs. Clinton would be violating the law if she were to go further?
Hillary Rodham Clinton has scarcely been answering questions from reporters on the campaign trail.
The presidential candidates have at least one thing in common -- their love of music.
Senator Bernie Sanders, Independent of Vermont and a 2016 Democratic candidate for president, says banks should not be too big to fail.
Elton John testified before a Senate Appropriations subcommittee on the need for global AIDS programs.
Former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida, who has been on a fund-raising tear, might want to spend some more time in Iowa.
Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign has been under siege with questions about the Clinton Foundation’s foreign donations. But so far, there’s little evidence it has sunk in with voters
At a campaign event in Las Vegas, Hillary Rodham Clinton said a chance at citizenship for undocumented immigrants would be the centerpiece of her plan to overhaul the immigration system.
Finally, conservatives have a real socialist to go crazy about. Instead of concocting dark fairytales about how Barack Obama, a very conventional liberal Democrat, is a secret Marxist who wants to destroy the American way of life, they can shriek about Bernie Sanders, the independent Vermont senator...