The prospect of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s imminent presidential campaign dropped like a gift from the heavens at the National Rifle Association’s annual convention Friday.
Former technology executive Carly Fiorina says she is more than 90 percent likely to seek the Republican presidential nomination.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz will announce Monday his plans to run for president, becoming the first high-profile Republican formally to enter the 2016 presidential contest.
A conservative favorite thanks to his tangle with unions, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker pitched himself Thursday as a leader with the experience to put the nation on a path to the right.
Republican lawmakers warned the leaders of Iran on Monday that any nuclear deal they cut with President Barack Obama could expire the day he leaves office. The White House denounced the GOP’s latest effort to undercut the international negotiations as a “rush to war.”
As Florida’s governor, Jeb Bush was among the nation’s most conservative state chief executives. He’s quietly embarking on work to convince the right flank of the Republican Party that he would be that same kind of conservative in the White House.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal on Thursday had a tough message for fellow Republicans who were wrestling with how to fund the Homeland Security Department: “Grow a spine.”
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.
As they begin to shape their prospective bids for president, a group of ambitious Republican governors is eager to seize on voters’ contempt for that most dirty of political words: “Washington.”