Since 1980, when Iowa held its first seriously competitive GOP caucuses, the first-place finisher has gone on to win the party's nomination less than half the time.
The candidates' split, in the end, is between optimism and pessimism, between those channeling the anger of unhappy voters and those aiming, in the style of the sunny Ronald Reagan, for inspiration and uplift.
If you've got a Twitter account, a Facebook page and a millionaire to fund your 'super PAC,' why not run for president?
Donald Trump will never be president -- but that's beside the point.
How one Republican governor is taking on the Tea Party.
Both parties are preparing for a bloody presidential campaign.
Bush's small step will leave a huge footprint on the 2016 field.
Democratic hopes of competing in deep-red Texas are getting longer by the day.
By Mark Z. Barabak, Los Angeles Times INDIANOLA, Iowa — Hillary Rodham Clinton returned Sunday to Iowa for the first time since her devastating loss in the state’s 2008 presidential caucuses and dropped a few ...
By Mark Z. Barabak, Los Angeles Times Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who has a history of insensitive and off-color remarks, apologized Friday for a pair of jokes he made before the Las Vegas Asian ...
By Mark Z. Barabak, Los Angeles Times As long as there have been state capitals, there have been people outside those capitals lamenting that lawmakers — in Sacramento, Denver, Des Moines, Atlanta, fill-in-the-blank — are ...