After winning 11 states in 2012, the former Pennsylvania senator finds himself an underdog for a second time.
He said the more military-minded members of his party have been "wrong for 20 years."
Groups argue that Bush and his Right to Rise PAC may be "engaged in knowing and willful violations of federal campaign finance laws."
When asked if Bush is conservative enough to be the Republican nominee, Paul said, "I doubt it."
On the itinerary: Iowa, South Carolina, New Hampshire.
Last time around, a black voter exodus helped torpedo Clinton's run. This time around, she's counting on them to deliver a win.
The Simpsons, The Princess Bride and Reagan make campaign trail cameos.
On the Web, Biden plays second fiddle to no one.
Clinton has been under fire of late for avoiding reporters' questions at her campaign events.
BURLINGTON, Vermont -- Sen. Bernie Sanders has been giving the same speeches for forty years. And now that he’s running for president, thousands of people gathered in Burlington Vermont to hear him say it all again. “Today, with your support and the support of millions of people throughout our country, we begin a political revolution […]