Promising to abolish the Internal Revenue Service is a good talking point for political candidates who are looking to fire up the Republicans’ most conservative voters. It’s also unlikely to ever happen, no matter how easy folks such as Sen. Ted Cruz like to make it sound.
Real estate mogul Donald Trump, a day after announcing he’ll form a presidential exploratory committee, told activists on Thursday his business experience makes him the best candidate to reform Washington.
Former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb says his decision whether to challenge Hillary Rodham Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination will rest on whether he can raise enough money to be viable in running against the heavy favorite.
Sen. Rand Paul is set to make official a presidential bid that has long been expected, a senior adviser to the Kentucky Republican said Tuesday, pointing to April 7 as the kickoff date.
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, who is considering a Democratic presidential bid, declined Friday to criticize likely primary opponent Hillary Rodham Clinton for her exclusive use of private email while serving as secretary of state.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said Thursday that his experience taking on thousands of protesters in his state helped prepare him to take on terrorists across the world.
On Friday, the House Democratic and Republican campaign organizations announced their fundraising figures for January as each starts amassing cash for next year’s congressional elections.
The rise of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria could potentially play a role come in the 2016 presidential election.
Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Thursday that voters have had enough of a “young, attractive” and inexperienced president and will be looking for a proven leader in 2016.
Mitt Romney opposed the government’s rescue of U.S. automakers. So did Jeb Bush.