Thursday night was the last chance for Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, and the rest of the Republican field…
The Republican front-runner took some sharp blows from Marco Rubio, and appeared listless—even low energy—up on stage.
When I was in high school, my family lived in Scotland for a semester while my father, a professor, was…
With the moderate Republican governor of Nevada reportedly being vetted, two Atlantic staffers consider whether the move is a brilliant strategem or a hopeless strategic blunder.
The mothers of slain black men and women are stumping for Clinton at grassroots events for African Americans, while her rival relies on huge rallies.
“We had people who didn't really seem to understand finances,” he said. “Or maybe they did—maybe they were doing it on purpose."
The candidate: John Kasich The gaffe: The Ohio governor was speaking at Virginia’s George Mason University Monday and recalled…
Thousands of adoring fans came to see Bernie Sanders on Sunday, but his challenge with black voters—and in the state overall—remains daunting.
The frontrunner notches a dominating win in South Carolina’s Republican primary.
Betrayed by all of his apparent strengths, the Republican said he would not sell out his principles to win the election and then proved it.
The Silver State’s Saturday caucus is the first big test of Senator Bernie Sanders’s ability to win minority voters—and of Hillary Clinton’s firewall.
What do patrons at South Carolina’s favorite Mexican-themed tourist trap think about border security and undocumented workers?
The Republican lashed out on Wednesday, after Governor Nikki Haley’s endorsement went to Marco Rubio.
Why does the Republican candidate say it’s a useful tactic when the evidence suggests otherwise?
The rapper and Bernie Sanders backer is the latest surrogate to get into hot water, quoting an activist who said, “A uterus doesn't qualify you to be president of the United States.”
Attacked by rivals for being soft on defense, the Texas senator lays out a program to guarantee peace through strength.
With the crucial South Carolina primary nearing, the former president is finally campaigning for his brother.
The bureau successfully played the long game in both cases.
Deprived of major differences, the Democratic candidates retreated to familiar mantras, asking the American public to decide between idealism and realism.
The move caps a week in which he insulted lawmakers and then tried to play off his racist comments and support for the guillotine as ploys for attention.