New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has been investing a lot of time in New Hampshire, and his opponents are starting to attack him there — a sign he's seen as a threat.
"Will the folks will on Wall Street like me? No. Will they begin to play by the rules if I am president? You better believe it," Sanders said Tuesday.
With the Texas senator encroaching on him in polls, Trump is now questioning whether the Canadian-born Cruz would be eligible for the White House. Many legal scholars have weighed in that he would.
In the past, when political tensions increased, oil prices went up too amid supply risks. But now OPEC's power is down and U.S. oil supplies are much greater, helping hold prices steady.
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz is barnstorming across Iowa, where his appeal to evangelical voters is making him a threat to GOP front-runner Donald Trump in the first caucus state.
The State Department says the U.S. is not going to be the "mediator" in the dispute between Saudi Arabia and Iran, but that's betting that the two countries can solve their problems on their own.
On Tuesday at the White House, President Obama announced new executive actions on gun control, including changes to the nation's system of background checks.
President Obama formally announced Tuesday new executive actions on gun control. NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Rep. Bradley Byrne of Alabama for the reaction from Republican lawmakers.
President Obama announced executive action on guns in a speech that was both emotional and politically charged. Gun rights supporters immediately denounced the move.
The choice of the young Indian-American governor fuels speculation that she could be a possible vice presidential pick. But the high-profile slot hasn't been kind to other rising stars in the past.
If history is any guide, the president's efforts to curb gun violence may have the unintended effect of boosting gun sales.
"The gun lobby may be holding Congress hostage right now. But they cannot hold America hostage," President Obama says.
GOP presidential candidates may be spending most of their time in Iowa and New Hampshire right now but it's delegate-rich Texas that will be the far more consequential state in the Republican primary.
Bill Clinton became known as the "comeback kid" because of his performance in the 1992 New Hampshire primary. He's campaigning for his wife Hillary in that state, just a month before its primary.
The executive actions designed to combat gun violence include a regulatory change designed to make it harder for gun buyers to avoid background checks.
The calendar has finally turned to 2016, and the Republican presidential candidates are ramping up their campaigning. The theme this week is national security, an issue that unites the GOP establishment and the conservative grassroots.
President Obama met with the attorney general and the FBI director as he prepares to go around Congress and take executive action to reduce gun violence. But could the move actually prompt more Americans to buy guns?
With just weeks before the first votes are cast, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton unleashes her husband on the campaign trail in New Hampshire. Bill Clinton remains a popular figure among Democrats, but he also comes with baggage.
Rubio has struggled to gain traction in a crowded GOP field and during a two-day campaign swing through the Granite State, he tried to portray himself as the best candidate to tackle ISIS.
The ads will air in Iowa and New Hampshire, as candidates make their final push in the early states. They strike a fearful tone, featuring footage and news headlines of recent terrorist attacks.