Every four years, New Hampshire voters with no party affiliation become the most coddled and courted individuals on the political planet.
Iowa GOP leaders are deploying new technologies and aiming for a much smoother caucus process than in 2012, when the wrong winner was declared.
With less than a month to go until the caucuses, many of the 2016 campaigns are significantly ratcheting up their Iowa ground games.
What a difference a week makes in presidential politics. Before the Cleveland debates, Carly Fiorina was little more than a dogged, hard-charging afterthought for most voters....
The Muslim gunman who killed four Marines and a Navy sailor last week at a Chattanooga military training base straddled two worlds - smoking pot, drinking and cage fighting...
Jim Webb was supposed to declare he was running for president Friday night. At least that's what the prevailing belief was inside his campaign. Enter the Clinton campaign
If any doubt remained that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie would throw his hat in the ring for the Republican presidential nomination, it was all but erased at a recent family...
From the party level to individual candidates, Republicans are attempting to recapture the Bush magic with Hispanics – determined not to repeat the mistakes of ’08 and...
Could Hillary Clinton be worried about former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb? Or is it just coincidence that she has an op-ed piece running in the Des Moines Register on the same day...
With three Republican candidates already in the race – including home state rival Sen. Marco Rubio – how much longer can Jeb Bush stay aloof from the campaign?