After abandoning Marco Rubio, Fox News will host a debate where they will be powerless to stop the GOP from crumbling under Trump.
Donald Trump responded to Mitt Romney calling him a phony by claiming that Mitt Romney ruined his living room carpet in 2012.
When reminded that he begged for Donald Trump's endorsement in 2012, Romney claimed he never would have "accepted" it if Trump had been like that then, "If Trump had said 4 years ago the things he says today about the KKK, Muslims, Mexicans, disabled, I would NOT have accepted his endorsement". But Donald Trump was a birther back when Romney accepted his endorsement.
Senator John McCain (R-AZ), who as the 2008 Republican presidential nominee picked Sarah Palin as his running mate, slammed 2016 Republican presidential candidate front-runner Donald Trump over " Mr. Trump’s uninformed and indeed dangerous statements on national security issues."
Instead of saving the Republican Party, Mitt Romney may have destroyed it with a speech about Donald Trump where the biggest applause came from lies about Hillary Clinton.
Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) stumbled his way through ridiculous Republican talking points today after being confronted by a reporter for refusing to do his job. He made no sense as he leap-frogged from nonsensical Republican talking point to another, pitifully trying to make a case that doesn't hold up under even the most gentle of scrutiny, much like a kid claiming the dog ate their homework.
A pro-life activists pleads guilty to two counts of threatening to kill healthcare workers and use a saw to cut off their heads.
Ben Carson appears to have dropped out of the Republican race for president, but with a statement that sounded like he was dropping out, but didn't go as far as actually quitting, Carson has stayed true to his brand of vague crazy until the very end.
More good news for Hillary Clinton after she swept the South during Super Tuesday, giving her 544 delegates to Bernie Sanders' 349 as she has her best grassroots fundraising month of the campaign.
Republicans reacted to Donald Trump's big Super Tuesday by threatening to disobey him if the billionaire wins the White House.
Here are the winners and losers from Super Tuesday.
Donald Trump burned his presidential campaign to the ground with a delusional press conference full of gibberish which proved that the Republican frontrunner is unfit to be president.
Donald Trump beat establishment favorite Senator Marco Rubio (R-FLA) in Virginia, the state that houses many establishment Republicans whose votes, it was hoped, would save Rubio and thus save the Republican party.
Remember when liberal was a dirty word? Not any more. We've been saying this throughout President Obama's presidency, but here's the proof. Under Obama, there has been a subtle but big paradigm shift toward proud liberalism.
Senator Bernie Sanders used his victory speech after the Vermont Democratic primary to hammer the billionaires and Citizens United.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is the projected winner of Georgia and Virginia.
To the surprise of no one, Sen. Bernie Sanders was quickly projected to be the winner of the Vermont primary.
South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley gave Donald Trump a big old "Bless Your Heart" after Trump threw yet another thin-skinned temper tantrum claiming the people of South Carolina were embarrassed by Haley because she said there was nothing stopping Trump from releasing his oh-so-secret tax returns.
The Democratic Policy and Communications Center rounded up editorials from around the country that all tell Republicans to stop obstructing. Their message: "American People to GOP: Do Your Job".
A new CNN/ORC Poll has shows how big of a hole Republicans could be digging for themselves as both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders would easily beat Donald Trump.