Donald Trump In 1985 Interview: No Politics For MeHe may be leading the polls for the Republican presidential candidate, but billionaire Donald Trump was singing a different tune back in the 80s.
Clinton 'Appalled' By Muslim Comment At Trump Campaign EventDemocratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton said Friday she was "appalled" that Republican rival Donald Trump declined to correct a questioner at a recent town hall meeting who incorrectly claimed President Barack Obama is Muslim.
Sanders Courts Christian Conservative StudentsIn an unlikely appearance at a prominent Christian university, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said Monday the "massive injustice" of income and wealth inequality should unite people across the political spectrum.
Trump Signs Pledge to Back GOP's 2016 Presidential NomineeDonald Trump says he has signed a Republican loyalty pledge to back the GOP's 2016 nominee for president and skip a potential third-party bid.
2016 Hopefuls Hit The Gym, Try To Skip Pie On Campaign Trail Scott Walker is counting steps on his FitBit. Jeb Bush swears by the Paleo diet. Bobby Jindal is a "gym rat."
Democrats Far Behind GOP In Raising Money For 2016 Super PACsHillary Rodham Clinton has a message for the country's wealthiest Democrats: I need you, unfortunately.
Trump's Self-Paid Presidential Run Means He's Not Going Away Donald Trump faced an avalanche of fresh criticism Monday for questioning Sen. John McCain's heroism. But he's getting no pressure at all from the one community that could push a candidate out of the 2016 presidential race: political donors.
Rubio Campaign: More Than $12 Million Raised For White House BidMarco Rubio has raised more than $12 million for his White House bid, his campaign said.
O'Malley Supporters Launch Super PACSupporters of former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley are launching a super PAC to raise money for his expected presidential campaign.
Vermont's Sanders Starts Presidential Bid In New HampshireOne day after raising $1.5 million in donations, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders was out to convince supporters in the early voting state of New Hampshire on Saturday he could raise the $40 million to $50 million to run a competitive presidential primary campaign against Democratic front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton.
2016 Presidential Candidates Will Have To Address Problems Facing The Poor
Poll: Favorable Views Of Clinton Top Her GOP Rivals