Fruit Salads, Fake Universities, and Trump's Tax Returns: What You Missed in Last Night's Republican Debate
It finally seemed to dawn on Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio last night that if they are going to try to stop Donald Trump, they need to do it now.
Participants of Nevada's Republican caucuses say they were mired in chaos and disorganization, but caucuses seem to cause problems regardless of what state they’re in.
Cruz said his campaign will conduct itself with "the highest integrity" after firing his spokesperson for spreading a misleading video about Marco Rubio.
After Trump's latest victory, the GOP establishment is now rallying around Marco Rubio as their last hope to beat the seemingly unstoppable force that is the Donald.
Voting booths opened for South Carolina's Republican primary after a week full of political chicanery and questionable attempts to sway voters.
The soft-spoken doctor is in last place and running out of money, but Carson continues to run on faith in South Carolina.
South Carolina is home to a diverse array of Republican voters and Trump is consistently outperforming with nearly all of them.
After months of dodging attacks from Trump, the remaining Republican candidates finally took the gloves off to bludgeon him on the debate stage.
Republicans are promising they will block whomever Obama appoints in place of the deceased justice. In political terms, this might not be a bad thing for Democrats after all.
Cruz's campaign staff said they would not have let her appear in the campaign ad if they had known her full filmography.
South Carolina already has a reputation for nasty political tricks. With some Republican candidates fighting to stay alive, this could get ugly.
Sen. Rubio repeats repeating himself, as rival campaigns jump on his scripted performances in New Hampshire.
The debate Saturday night in New Hampshire began with perhaps the most awkward introduction in history and ended with frontrunner Donald Trump appearing somewhat rattled.
Nearly all of the presidential candidates have brought up the subject, but many of the state's voters are wary of promises made during primary season.
In the 2012 election, the voting rate for 18 to 29-year-olds in Iowa was more than 57 percent — the fifth-highest in the United States. VICE News visited the growing hipster enclave of Des Moines to see what motivates them.
The Fox News moderators were intent on keeping the debate focused on substance and generally succeeded in doing so, but the contest did little to change what we know already.
The Iowa caucuses won't predict the rest of the primary race, but they mark the time when endless speculation by pollsters and pundits becomes a lot less speculative and the state-by-state strategies of different candidates come into sharper focus.
Cruz is reviled by his fellow Republican senators for being combative, condescending, and pretty much the all-around worst. The people who knew him years ago say he hasn't changed.
The storied magazine founded by William F. Buckley devoted an entire issue to urging voters not to support Trump, who it called "a menace to American conservatism."
Though Palin hasn't held an elected office in six years and is widely derided by liberals, her endorsement holds considerable sway among hardcore conservatives.