But some GOP donors are skeptical and worry that the front-runner will only be strengthened by attacks.

Campaign official says payments ensured taxpayer dollars were not spent on the family’s e-mail system.

In coming months, the Secret Service could possibly take over security for the GOP’s front-runner.

The Ohio governor, campaigning as a moderate, is the only career politician who isn’t struggling in the polls.


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The Democratic presidential hopeful stands up for employees of a plant that produces potato starches.

"If you want to understand the disease of Washington, D.C., that piece by Cory Booker is about as good a statement as you're going to see... politics matters more than what's right," Christie said in New Hampshire.

The clash in Kentucky over gay marriage licenses focuses attention on conflicts between law and religious belief that have echoed in legislatures and the nation’s courts.

Their visits come amid an ongoing debt crisis that has crippled the island’s economy.

But some GOP donors are skeptical and worry that the front-runner will only be strengthened by attacks.

Va. Senate hopeful Joe Morrissey has a paralyzed diaphragm — but he has bounced back from worse.

The former Florida governor and his wife hope to blend in with the tens of thousands of people expected to descend on Washington when the pontiff visits.

The Democratic presidential candidate says the country needs to be more compassionate.

"Running through a list of every different Arabic name and asking somebody to respond to them is maybe a little bit of a gotcha."

Democratic front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton goes after the Republican front-runner.

The anti-tax Club for Growth wants to take down Donald Trump. Now.

The chances of getting enough support to filibuster a resolution seeking to dismantle the Iran deal grew slimmer on Friday.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton sat down for an extended interview with MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell. Here's what she had to say about her possible 2016 competition, and the e-mail controversy that won't die.

The inside joke is a bit complicated.

The Democratic presidential hopeful harshly criticizes the Republican front-runner.

Officials pledged to improve their response to the theft of some of the government's most sensitive data

Cruz is sending McConnell a letter next week.

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