The top polling Republican candidates were duking it out Thursday when they take the stage for the first debate of the 2016 campaign.
It’s the first really good news and really bad news for Republicans seeking the presidential nomination: Who’s in the first prime-time debate and who’s not.
Twenty-four percent of Republican primary voters surveyed said they favor the real estate magnate and reality TV star in 2016.
It’s no surprise that many right wing conservatives have questioned the validity of climate change, and presidential hopeful Ted Cruz’s position is no different.
Sen. Ted Cruz showed he was a candidate in a hurry early Monday morning, announcing his presidential candidacy on Twitter just after midnight.
Senate Republicans demanded wholesale change at the Justice Department Thursday as they questioned whether President Barack Obama’s attorney general nominee, Loretta Lynch, would provide it.
The Obama administration is facing mounting questions over the prisoner swap that won freedom for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl after five years in Taliban hands.
The poll asked the public whether they would like to see some prospective contenders as well as other party leaders run for president in 2016.
Senate leaders have taken control of efforts to avert a Treasury default and end the partial shutdown of the federal government.