Santorum won a reputation as a strong social conservative in Congress, where he opposed same-sex marriage and the teaching of evolution in schools.
Conan O’Brien had a phone call with “Donald Trump,” who revealed the secret behind his gracious concession speech: Every single Xanax pill he could find.
Rubio, a fluent Spanish speaker, hopes to win back some of the Latino vote the party lost in recent years as it toughened its stance on immigration.
Donald Trump is finally speaking at length on his second-place finish in the Iowa caucuses — and where else, but on Twitter?
It may have been too close to call in the Iowa caucuses on Monday, but the senator from Vermont was the clear winner on social media.
The day before Iowa’s caucuses, Trump and Cruz reflected anxiety about the unpredictability of the race in this Midwestern state.
Though Democratic women aged 18 to 29 say they prefer Sanders to Clinton 57 to 24 percent, those aged 30 to 39, prefer Clinton to Sanders 45 to 28 percent.
Anxious to put down a threat from the democratic socialist, Clinton faced the challenge of convincing Democratic voters not to be swayed by Sanders’ populist rhetoric and to stick with her despite a clamor for candidates outside the political establishment.
The board put emphasis on whether the candidates had the potential to heal the partisan divide that has become a hallmark of Washington politics.
With a week and a half until the first votes are in, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are waging a stiff battle for the two kickoff contests.
Gov. Branstad criticized Cruz’s opposition to Renewable Fuel Standard, which requires U.S. fuel to contain a minimum amount of biofuels, including ethanol.
Instead of shaking hands with voters at diners and stores in the early-voting states, Trump has simply favored large rallies and major TV appearances.
Ted Cruz’s trademark is his sly evasion, and it makes his extremism much harder to pin down. Trump is troublesome, but Cruz is much more insidious — and a Cruz win would be far scarier. Here’s why.