A Monmouth University Poll found that Chris Christie is exceedingly unpopular in his home state even with Republicans.
The Republican response to Hillary Clinton’s call for a path to citizenship for immigrants who are in the United States illegally has been met with an awkward air of terrified silence from the Republican presidential candidates.
In an exclusive interview with NBC News’ Cynthia McFadden, Bill Clinton defended the Clinton Foundation’s work.
During an interview on ABC’s This Week, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) refused to play the media’s smear Hillary Clinton game, but he unloaded on the Koch brothers and other right-wing billionaires who are trying to buy the government.
Hillary Clinton announced a far-reaching plans for criminal justice reform during a speech at Columbia University on Wednesday.
President Obama didn’t spare himself or either side of the aisle at the 2015 White House Correspondents’ Dinner. Here are his five best jokes.
Duane “Dog” Chapman threw the four Fox co-hosts of “Outnumbered” for a loop, when he defended Hillary Clinton on their show Friday.
In a letter, former Sec. Clinton’s attorney David Kendall took all the air out the Republican hopes to drag the Benghazi Committee into the 2016 election, and destroyed their latest conspiracy before it got going.
Fox News and The NY Times have entered into agreements with Peter Schweizer to push the theme from his anti-Hillary book in their coverage.
Secretary Clinton seems to have a bit of her husband’s skill when it comes to breaking things down. On Monday, during a media availability in Keane, New Hampshire, the Democratic candidate called Republicans out for avoiding the issues by demonizing her.
A CNN/ORC poll released on Monday finds Hillary Clinton is still dominating the Republican field in the 2016 presidential race.
O’Malley is hardly a household name in America, but he is making his case for president, by staking out bold positions well to the left of presumptive Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton.
Hillary Clinton praised U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren as a progressive champion who never hesitates to hold powerful people’s feet to the fire, including “presidential aspirants.”