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[dcquiz] Though Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire primary in a landslide over Hillary Clinton, he will likely receive fewer delegates than she will.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz is coming out of the New Hampshire primary swinging hard at GOP frontrunner Donald Trump with a new ad that compares the businessman's behavior to that of a child.
NARAL, the pro-abortion lobbying group, wouldn't let Super Bowl advertisers get away with any "sexism" during the game. At least that's how they framed their tweeting complaints about nearly every ad.
Asked who she thinks will win the Super Bowl, Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton stayed on her campaign's message: she's going to Flint, Michigan. Having all but conceded the New Hampshire primary to Bernie Sanders, Clinton brushed off "the big game" and responded with "I'm going to Flint, Michigan," ground zero for a government-caused lead-contaminated water crisis.
A woman was seriously injured early Saturday morning in the Fells Point neighborhood of Baltimore when a man fled a fight by ramming cars, dragging another man on the door of his minivan, and driving down the sidewalk.
In a rare show of affection between debate moderator and participants, MSNBC host Rachel Maddow hugged Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders after questioning them both.
Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton spent a lot of time attacking Wall Street and "big banks" in Wednesday's CNN town hall in New Hampshire, but one answer left the audience cold.
Two days after graciously congratulating Texas Sen. Ted Cruz on his caucus victory in Iowa, billionaire businessman Donald Trump is singing a more sour tune. Trump now says Cruz "stole it."
Miscalculation: Iran Gets Twice As Much In Sanctions Relief, State Department Blames Treasury Department
[dcquiz] The White House has been claiming Iran, as part of the nuclear deal with the Obama administration, would only get access to $50 billion immediately but it turns out that number was off by a lot.
Last May, Hillary Clinton said, "I will do everything I can to appoint Supreme Court justices who protect the right to vote and do not protect the right of billionaires to buy elections." Yet on the eve of the Iowa caucus, liberal billionaire George Soros is hoping a $6 million donation to a super PAC supporting Clinton's candidacy will be the difference maker in the Hawkeye State.
America Rising, a Republican political action committee founded by Matt Rhoades, Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential campaign manager, has released a new ad on the eve of the Iowa caucuses highlighting Hillary Clinton's claims that she "never sent nor received" any information marked classified on her private email server.
Jennifer Granholm, the former Michigan governor who oversaw the collapse of the auto industry and its subsequent taxpayer bailout, attempted to spin Hillary Clinton's latest controversy -- that some of her emails contained classified information "too damaging" to national security they can never be released.
In his first answer, the first answer of the night, Texas Senator Ted Cruz addressed the "elephant not in the room," the fact that GOP front-runner Donald Trump skipped the debate.
New York is a city where you can see just about everything. Now people can cross skiing behind a Jeep in a blizzard off that list.
As the east coast struggles with Jonas, the massive winter storm dropping feet of snow from Virginia to New York, one resident of the nation's capital is loving the weather.
National Review, the bulwark of conservative journalism and opinion for 50 years, has, after months of jabs, finally taken off the gloves in its fight against the candidacy of GOP frontrunner Donald Trump. With a cover reading simply "Against Trump" and listing well-known conservative contributors like Glenn Beck, William Kristol and Edwin Meese III, the journal founded by William F. Buckley pulled no punches in its attempt to stop the billionaire's populist campaign.
"The United States and Iran today have settled a long outstanding claim at the Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal in the Hague," the statement from Secretary of State John Kerry reads. "This specific claim was in the amount of a $400 million Trust Fund used by Iran to purchase military equipment from the United States prior to the break in diplomatic ties."
In spite of criticism from conservatives, Donald Trump is doubling down on his attacks against fellow GOP hopeful Ted Cruz . The billionaire businessman is now calling the Texas senator a "hypocrite" who is "dishonest" and should be "out of politics."