Last weekend, 19 prospective Republican candidates for president descended on New Hampshire for the latest in a never-ending series of cattle calls. Technically speaking, the "Live Free or Die" state holds the first-in-the-nation primary;...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- The debate over granting President Barack Obama fast-track authority to negotiate and approve the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal is coming to the Republican presidential primary campaign in New Hampshire. Americans...Show More Summary
Sen. Rand Paul hasn’t had the easiest go of it in interviews since he announced he's running for president. And this week in New Hampshire the Kentucky Republican added another testy exchange to the pile. As if pushing an extreme anti-choice...Show More Summary
New Hampshire makes presidents. The way it’s done was in full view last weekend, when 16 Republican hopefuls pressed into the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Nashua for two days of
On Monday, Late Night host Seth Meyers devoted 4 minutes of his broadcast to smearing 19 potential Republican presidential candidates who spoke at a New Hampshire Republican Party gathering over the weekend.
Campaigning in New Hampshire, Hillary Clinton says Republicans seem to only want to talk about her. She is the Democratic frontrunner and the only announced candidate for the party's nomination. The U.S. has stationed the USS Theodore...Show More Summary
Hillary Rodham Clinton, in New Hampshire on Monday, said questions about her email use and about foreign donors to the Clinton Foundation were just partisan distractions.
Coverage of the first gathering of Republican presidential candidates in New Hampshire last weekend focused on how many of them attacked Hillary Clinton, but there was another unifying message among several of the speakers: Governor is greater than senator. Show More Summary
During a speech to conservative supporters in New Hampshire this weekend, potential Republican presidential candidate Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA) pulled a belated April Fools' Day prank on his audience, beginning his speech with talking points that sounded like they might be coming from someone else's playbook.
CONCORD -- Ohio Gov. John Kasich Monday took a big step toward a possible 2016 Republican presidential run with the launch of a new super PAC, the Washington Post and NH1 News in New Hampshire have learned. The new group is called New Day for America, and one of the biggest political names in New […]
Over the weekend, the Nashua, New Hampshire #FITN Republican Leadership Summit wound down to the tune of reporters asking this season’s crop of Republican presidential hopefuls the hive-minded question “Would you personally attend a gay wedding?” The question was asked of at least four attendees, by a least four different reporters, and what emerged was [...]
Curious about how this weekend's mammoth, 17-speaker First in the Nation Republican Leadership Forum in Nashua, New Hampshire, went, I consulted Bloomberg Politics, and sure enough, Mark Halperin had prepared...
New Jersey governor Chris Christie has been conducting himself in recent days like a potential candidate for the 2016 Republican presidential ticket, traveling to New Hampshire to give speeches and make appearances. Citing a Quinnipiac...Show More Summary
UP: Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) DOWN: President Obama’s Iran framework UP: Free ads for Chipotle DOWN: Hillary Clinton’s campaign to convince us she is down to earth UP: Number of Republican contenders in New Hampshire last week DOWN: Chances that Clinton is going to have free-flowing conversations with the media, as Republicans are doing UP: Obama’s […]
The likely Republican presidential contenders had a lot to say at their conference in New Hampshire over the weekend, but the most surprising comments might have been on campaign finance. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), among others, thinks that money in politics is a problem. "We've got to figure out a way to fix this mess, because […]
Republicans have been tearing it up in New Hampshire the last few days. First there was Rick Perry handling a hostile audience member like a pro, and now we have [mc_name name='Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)' chamber='senate' mcid='C001098' ] with an on-point slam on President Obama. Show More Summary
New Hampshire remains the center of the presidential race, as it says so long to the crowded Republican field and welcomes Hillary Rodham Clinton.
The former Florida governor tried out his best sunny persona this weekend in New Hampshire—and in return he got angry voters calling out ‘Republicans in Name Only.’
The state's notoriously fickle, independent-minded voters are relishing a wide-open Republican race and are in no hurry to crown a front-runner. Nearly 20 potential candidates — senators, governors, business executives and more — have...Show More Summary