Candidates step out of the pews and into the bars ahead of the nation’s first primary in 2016.
Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton tout many of the same goals as New Hampshire primary looms.
The Pennsylvania senator is serving as the presidential candidate’s surrogate, to answer media questions later tonight.
On the heels of Clinton’s narrow victory in Iowa, both she and Sanders are competing in New Hampshire, which holds its primary on Tuesday.
Jeb Bush and Chris Christie found themselves deploying the same line of attack, both accusing Rubio of a lackluster set of accomplishments.
It was seen as a markedly more contentious tone than the two candidates set when they last debated before presidential voting began in Iowa.
The vote came as emails showed high-ranking Michigan officials were aware of a surge in Legionnaires’potentially linked to Flint’s water.
The president said he planned to ask Congress for some $450 million in U.S. assistance for Colombia in his final budget.
Candidates are now in a desperate bid for survival, with a group attack on Marco Rubio Thursday.
About 12.7 million people signed up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act or had their coverage automatically renewed.
It is against the law to have classified information outside a secure government account.
His remarks reflected his growing concerns for a segment of the country that is increasingly drawn to the loudest and angriest voices.
The fee is expected face solid opposition from Republicans who control Congress and oppose new taxes and the president’s energy policies.
The indictment accuses them of taking bribes from contractors and sending city workers to help “Mr. T,” an illegal gambling operator.
Democrats and Republicans converge on New Hampshire ready to support their candidate of choice.
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Also, the long-crowded field continued to shrink. Rand Paul announced he was dropping out, and Rick Santorum also ended his White House bid.
In his first visit to a U.S. mosque, he said those who demonize all Muslims for the acts of a few are playing into extremists’ hands.
But the fate of one of President Barack Obama’s signature economic projects remained fraught on Capitol Hill.
A combative congressional hearing devolved into a partisan fight over witnesses and no-shows.
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The Pennsylvania senator said the Florida congressman is “contagiously optimistic” and the right man to unite Republicans and Americans.
Unlike in 2012, the former Pennsylvania senator’s message failed to resonate this campaign season.
Turnout and organization were key for the winners in the Iowa caucuses.
The contenders descended on the Granite State and quickly scattered for a blitz of campaign rallies and television interviews.
Rand Paul, a freshman Kentucky senator, has a large libertarian following but failed to gain traction in the presidential race.
The centerpiece is $1 billion in mandatory funding over two years to expand access to treatment for prescription drug abuse and heroin use.
A religious objections law that sparked a national campaign to boycott the state when it was passed last spring remains in place.
Congress is looking for ways to help the island emerge from a fiscal crisis brought on by $70 billion of debt.
Clinton and Sanders look forward after close Iowa caucus result
The close vote between Clinton and Sanders means that they are likely to split Iowa’s share of delegates to the national convention.
The action paves the way for the mobilization of more funding and manpower to fight the mosquito-borne virus spreading through the Americas.
Donald Trump has received only $39,810 in campaign contributions from Republicans. Of course, the billionaire does not need the money.
The Democratic contest was a cliffhanger: The results ”are the closest in Iowa Democratic caucus history,” said the state party chairman.
The president plans to substantially increase the deployment of heavy weapons, armored vehicles and other equipment to NATO countries.
The island’s leaders may not be as happy with the potential outcome of its debt crisis as the investors holding its securities.
Iowans will play a key role in determining who wins this evening's caucuses, the first contest of the 2016 presidential campaign.
Colombia’s president in the coming weeks is supposed to sign an agreement with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia.
The Texas senator was seen as winning on the strength of his relentless campaigning and support from his party’s most conservative wing.
Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum is finding it tough to get traction from Iowa’s religious leaders in 2016 in reversal of 2012 caucus.
But Democrats have shown little concern about the email issue in polls, and Sen. Bernie Sanders has declined to use it against Ms. Clinton.
With the Iowa caucuses just ahead, polls show former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton holding an edge over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
First time that classification tied to messages on her personal server.
Donald Trump held a veterans event after his feud with Fox News ended with him withdrawing from the nearby presidential debate.
But first, they mocked the front-runner for boycotting the final contest before voting begins.
State Department spokesman John Kirby said the material crosses seven email chains, amounting to 37 pages worth of material.
The Vermont senator is seeking an upset victory in Monday’s first-in-the-nation Iowa caucuses.
Lt. Gen. John W. “Mick” Nicholson Jr. assured senators he will do a thorough review of American troop levels needed to stabilize the nation.
The move was seen as the most far-reaching financial solution proposed to manage the crisis.
The GOP presidential candidates, minus Trump, face off tonight in Iowa as Trump and Ted Cruz fight for first place in Monday’s caucuses.