NASHUA, N.H. — Republican Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders won the nation’s first presidential primary overwhelmingly Tuesday as rebellious voters sent a strong message demanding dramatic change in Washington.
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BOW, N.H. — A handmade sign follows Ohio Gov. John Kasich, tallying his time in New Hampshire in red and blue paint. Chris Christie’s wife knows the number of questions he’s answered at town halls, one of them about bobcats. Before he dropped out, Lindsey Graham followed the model of his good friend and two-time primary winner, John McCain, and met with voters nearly 200 times.
MANCHESTER, N.H. — Marco Rubio defended his Senate record and Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas apologized for controversial campaign tactics that rivals described as dirty tricks in a wide-ranging Republican debate Saturday, three days before New Hampshire voters go to the polls.
DURHAM, N.H. — A long-simmering battle between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders burst into public view Thursday, as the former secretary of State blasted her rival for what she said was a campaign of “innuendo” and “insinuation” amid a continuing fight over each other’s progressive credentials.
DES MOINES, Iowa — Presidential candidates offered closing arguments —— with insults and accusations —— as they crisscrossed Iowa in search of votes the day before voters head to caucuses.
Last week, when NASA and NOAA jointly announced that 2015 was the hottest year on record by a sizable margin, the news may have seemed purely factual in nature.
DES MOINES, Iowa — Now real voters will finally get their say.
WASHINGTON—The private email server Hillary Clinton used while secretary of State re-emerged as a liability for her presidential run, as the State Department acknowledged Friday that 22 messages stored on the server contain top secret information.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Senate took up a broad, bipartisan energy bill last week and began voting on what is expected to be scores of amendments to update provisions in place since 2007.
Behind the scenes, the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign is building a foreign policy and national security advisory structure that is meant to help her win the presidency. And among this group, the jockeying for jobs in her potential administration is already well underway.