Marco Rubio has raised more than $12 million for his White House bid, his campaign said.
Hillary Rodham Clinton accused former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush of lacking an understanding of the needs of American workers on Monday, using an agenda-setting economic speech to cast Republican prescriptions for the economy as relics of the past that would do little to boost wages for the middle-class.
New Hampshire residents planning to celebrate July Fourth at local parades could catch a glimpse of America’s next president. At the very least, they’ll see some of the people vying for the job.
Marco Rubio has “Marco Polos,” Ted Cruz has “Cruzies” and Hillary Clinton has $25 “future voter” onesies for children – all products representing 2016 presidential candidates.
Sen. Marco Rubio cashed out most of his retirement savings while preparing to launch his bid for the Republican presidential nomination, records released Friday show.
Defending the use of American military power, Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio on Wednesday called for an increase in military spending and for the U.S. to aggressively confront Russia, China and others that he says threaten the nation’s economic interests.
Ties between Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, political allies for more than a decade, are fraying as the Republican presidential campaign picks up.
The presidential hopeful has acknowledged that the climate is changing, but has expressed skepticism that it is being caused solely by humans.
CBS News political director John Dickerson calls it the “most robust Republican field ever.”
If Marco Rubio launches his presidential campaign as expected Monday, the first-term Republican senator from Florida may have to answer this simple question. Why now?