Democratic Senator Robert Menendez is fighting bribery and fraud charges. He'll appear in court Thursday in New Jersey for the latest round of incendiary legal arguments ahead of his trial.
Republican presidential candidates debated a number of issues last night in California. Some of their claims didn't quite hold up under scrutiny.
The Vermont senator again was commenting live on Twitter about the GOP debate. He got tens of thousands of retweets — until he decided about half an hour before the end of the debate to just go home.
A three-hour debate was mostly dominated by one-on-one confrontations between Donald Trump and his opponents. One in particular with Carly Fiorina is the one worth watching.
There were only four candidates on stage in the first round, but 11 contenders attended the prime time debate. Carly Fiorina made the jump to the big stage for this second debate.
In the first debate last month, Trump's GOP rivals mostly sidestepped the Republican front-runner. That isn't happening minutes into the debate.
Even though he wasn't on the stage at the second-tier debate, the four candidates didn't shy away from taking on Donald Trump. The candidates also discussed immigration and national security.
The sheer size and diversity of younger voters make this group one to watch. Millennials — of various political stripes — are also more "liberal" than the rest of the country.
The four lower-tier Republicans who didn't make the main stage will try to make their own headlines and boost their sagging candidacies.
In the closely-watched case, a judge concluded men pose a threat to the community and played a key role "in one of the largest drug conspiracies in the history of this city."
Fifteen Republican presidential candidates will be at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in California for the second debate Wednesday night.
The Census Bureau released its annual report on income, poverty and health insurance coverage for 2014 on Wednesday. Poverty in the U.S. was unchanged last year, despite more jobs.
The meeting signals a possible smoothing of relations between the heads of state after the Israeli Prime Minister's critical remarks about Obama's plan to reach a nuclear deal with Iran.
Congress has until Sept. 30th to pass a measure to keep the government funded. If no agreement is reached, federal agencies could be shuttered again — the second time in three years.
The hyper focus on Iowa as the first presidential nominating contest has meant more money and sometimes leaving allegiances behind for consultants, who can make up to $10,000 a month.
A deep-pocketed conservative group is going on the attack against Donald Trump, spending $1 million on TV ads in Iowa to weaken the GOP presidential front-runner.
We'll be tracking how much air time each of the 11 candidates get during Wednesday's prime time debate.
Ask questions and discuss the debates at 6 p.m. ET and 8 p.m. ET Wednesday night.
Trump gave a speech with little-to-no policy specifics, but that's not the point at all. He's channeling how a swath of people feel, and nothing sums it up better than 178 words he uttered.
With the prime-time debate field now at 11, the presidential front-runner will have even more attackers to try and fend off. And CNN is encouraging the sparring Wednesday night.