Criss Angel or Hillary Clinton? Siegfried or Bernie Sanders?
A full account of everything Carson has said on the topic recently.
McCarthy’s verbal misstep continues to dog him into Thursday’s House speakership vote.
Don’t count on the Ohio governor calling it quits anytime soon.
Are the two women running for president so different when it comes to talking about feminism?
Most candidates were wary of politicizing the pope’s speech, but they could all agree that he is on their side.
It’s a verbal crutch that used to be necessary for candidates to keep up appearances. Not anymore.
The retired neurosurgeon has found a loophole for success in this ratings-focused primary.
In two new TV ads, the Club For Growth calls Trump "very liberal" and "the worst kind of politician."
He didn’t win over Liberty University’s students, but he did endear himself to some of them.
The former Texas governor had been struggling in the polls, and in trying to pay his staff.
On Thursday, the Louisiana governor tried to dis Donald Trump using his own style of rhetoric. But, as Jindal’s competitors have learned, you can’t out-yell The Donald.
By doing the sort of advance work traditionally left to campaign staff, CARLY For America is redefining what makes a super PAC “independent.”
At his first show Tuesday night, the new host got Jeb Bush to give a substantive answer about what makes him different from his brother.
For political reporters, even Clinton’s most mundane answers can qualify as headline news.
Following a strong showing in the first round of debates, Fiorina appears likely to take the main stage in the second one.
His group’s latest supposed blockbuster video is a distraction from the real problems facing Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
The former Hewlett-Packard executive is taking Iowa by storm. But in this race, early primary states aren’t as important as having a nationally well-known face.