It’s no surprise that many right wing conservatives have questioned the validity of climate change, and presidential hopeful Ted Cruz’s position is no different.
Real estate billionaire and “The Apprentice” host Donald Trump says he’s “seriously” looking at another potential presidential run, saying that Obama has left the U.S. with “no friends” and that Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, will have a “hurdle” in proving his U.S. citizenship.
Hillary Clinton is adding a veteran communications adviser ahead of what is expected to be her announcement she will run for president in 2016.
The Vice President was speaking to supporters at Drake University in Iowa.
The likely 2016 presidential candidate Scott Walker dodged questions about the theory of evolution and foreign policy after delivering a speech about global trade in London.
New Jersey governor came under criticism while in London last week for suggesting parents should be able to prevent their children from being vaccinated.
Speaking at Mississippi State University, Romney will focus on the poor and middle class as he tries to broaden his appeal and shed his image of an out-of-touch millionaire.
Former Secretary of State will head the former Florida governors Foundation for Excellence in Education.
The Texas governor admits there was more excitement than preparation when he ran for the GOP nomination in 2012.
The 78-year-old Arizona Republican says he’s leaning towards seeking a sixth term in 2016.