Likely Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker made no secret about what he saw as the failures of Mitt Romney's last run for the White House, devoting an entire chapter of his book to the topic.
The Associated Press | posted 46 minutes ago
Ben Carson, a neurosurgeon turned conservative politician, says he's running for the Republican presidential nomination. Here are some key things to know about the highly regarded physician and little-known candidate:
Steve Peoples, Associated Press | posted May 4th - 1:14am
Former technology executive Carly Fiorina and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson are set to launch their runs for president on Monday, each with the potential to help the Republican Party win over a more diverse group of supporters in 2016.
David Porter and Jill Colvin, Associated Press | posted May 4th - 12:50am
The investigation of politically motivated lane closures of the George Washington Bridge in 2013 heads to court Monday as two former political allies of Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie are scheduled to make initial appearances.
The Associated Press | posted May 3rd - 8:11pm
Hillary Rodham Clinton will focus on immigration when she makes a campaign stop Tuesday in Las Vegas.
Steve Peoples and Bill Barrow, Associated Press | posted May 3rd - 6:50pm
Ben Carson, retired neurosurgeon turned conservative star, has confirmed that he will seek the Republican presidential nomination in 2016.
Ken Thomas and Brian Witte, Associated Press | posted May 3rd - 5:21pm
Martin O'Malley often casts Baltimore as the comeback city that overcame the ravages of drugs and violence when he was mayor.
Katie McKellar | posted May 3rd - 12:35pm
Nashville, Tennessee, is looking up to Utah's capital as a city that's paving a path it intends to follow.
Steve Peoples and David Eggert, Associated Press | posted May 3rd - 5:40am
Wisconsin's Scott Walker has emerged as a force in the 2016 White House contest. It's a position two other Republican governors from the Midwest, lesser known but similarly ambitious, undoubtedly would like to be in.
The Associated Press | posted May 2nd - 6:24pm
The chairwoman of the Federal Election Commission says she's largely given up hope of reining in abuses in raising and spending money in the 2016 presidential campaign and calls the agency she oversees "worse than dysfunctional."
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