Here are the winners and losers from the Fox News/Google Republican presidential debate.
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Who won? Who lost? Here are the winners and losers from the Fox Business Republican debate.
There were a few winners and a whole lot of losers at the CNN Republican presidential debate in Las Vegas.
Trump, Cruz, Carson and Rubio are the latest poll summit occupiers representing a weak slate of the best the Republicans can do
Carson got extreme as he tried to blame both sides for abortion extremism, saying women are being manipulated but conservatives can save them
Ben Carson made the stunning claim that upholding international law by not torturing people is caving to political correctness.
From 2009 to 2014, 140,000 more Mexican nationals left the United States than the number who entered.
Donald Trump and Ben Carson remain resilient as the leaders in the GOP field.
The latest WBUR New Hampshire Republican primary poll shows Ben Carson falling, Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio flatlining, and Republicans heading for defeat as Donald Trump increases his lead.
The wheels are closer to falling off of the Ben Carson campaign as his own senior advisers have admitted that the top Republican contender needs to hold more foreign policy briefs so that they can smarten him up.
Fox News Sunday tried to ask Ben Carson some policy questions about the terrorist attack in Paris, and the result was a dose of insanity that include a lectured on brain sizes, and Carson's support for a shooting war with Russia.
Privately, high-level Republicans are admitting that neither Ben Carson nor Donald Trump is fit to be commander in chief.
The Islamic State counts on the response they're going to get from Republicans this weekend, and GOP leaders will be only too happy to oblige
It turns out the American people don't agree with Republicans that it's all that important what candidates believe about the Bible
Trump may have a dug a hole to deep to climb out of after raging against Ben Carson and "stupid" Iowa voters.
Republicans are so desperate to stop the insanity that they are seriously considering drafting Mitt Romney to run against Trump and Carson.
28 percent of Republican primary voters felt Trump won the debate. The next closest candidate was Marco Rubio with 23 percent saying he won.
Ben Carson defended birtherism and said if Obama didn't want people to be suspicious of him, he should release all of his records.
White House press secretary Josh Earnest laughed and said he didn't agree with that statement when asked about Ben Carson's assertions that he has faced more scrutiny than any other candidate, including President Barack Obama.