In an interview with PBS NewsHour's Gwen Ifill on Thursday, Sen. Rand Paul said that his campaign has a “real shot” of reaching its goal to draw 10,000 students to the polls next month — an ambitious goal for any…
By Adam Beam, Associated Press
FRANKFORT, Ky. — Rand Paul has asked Republican Party leaders to include him in Thursday's prime-time presidential debate, using the results of a new poll in Iowa and his unusual coalition of support as leverage.
By Andrew Taylor, Associated Press
The Senate on Tuesday blocked legislation calling for tougher audits of the Federal Reserve.
By Catherine Lucey, Associated Press
PARKERSBURG, Iowa — Running as an underdog presidential candidate isn't always glamorous. But for the longshots sprinting across Iowa and New Hampshire before the Feb. 1 caucuses, one thing keeps them fired up: the prospect of a political upset.
By Holly Ramer, Associated Press
CONCORD, N.H. -- Six presidential hopefuls have found some common ground on the nation's future, according to a bipartisan group created to bridge the divide between Republicans, Democrats and independents.
By Associated Press
LAS VEGAS -- The 2016 Republican presidential candidates are debating for the last time in 2015, this time in Las Vegas, as they race for advantage seven weeks before the first votes are cast in Iowa.
By Julie Percha, Rachel Wellford
Following President Barack Obama’s address to the nation Sunday, the candidates jockeying to have his job in more than a year reacted to the president’s strategy for defeating ISIS and terror threats at home.
By Christopher S. Rugaber and Stephen Ohlemacher, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- A look at some of the claims in the Republican presidential debate Wednesday night and how they compare with the facts.
By Associated Press
BOULDER, Colo. -- The Republican presidential candidates are debating for the third time in the 2016 nomination contest, this time in battleground Colorado, as they compete to narrow down the wide-open contest.
By Adam Beam, Steve Peoples, Associated Press
A defiant Rand Paul is brushing off weak fundraising and weaker poll numbers as would-be donors and home state Republicans push him to abandon an uphill presidential bid to focus on his Senate re-election.
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