Americans appear open to a softer immigration policy than Republican presidential candidates have preached in the past. Even a majority of Republicans in the country can see themselves voting for someone who would protect millions of immigrants from deportation, according to a new poll.
Julie Pace, Associated Press | posted 21 minutes ago
President Barack Obama says his executive actions blocking the deportation of millions living illegally in the U.S. go as far as the law allows. But Hillary Rodham Clinton says that if she becomes president, she would go even further.
The Associated Press | posted May 6th - 8:41pm
Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum says he'll hold an event at the end of May to announce his decision on a potential 2016 presidential campaign.
The Associated Press | posted May 6th - 6:11pm
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is returning to New Hampshire as he struggles to press forward with a likely presidential bid following indictments in the George Washington Bridge scandal.
Steve Peoples and Ken Thomas, Associated Press | posted May 6th - 5:10pm
Hillary Rodham Clinton has injected new fire into the immigration debate with her call to allow people in the country illegally to gain citizenship, challenging a centerpiece of Republican presidential prospect Jeb Bush's likely candidacy.
Julie Pace, Associated Press | posted May 6th - 5:01pm
Hillary Rodham Clinton will personally do outreach to potential donors for a super PAC backing her presidential campaign, deepening Democratic acceptance of the outside groups.
Kathleen Ronayne, Associated Press | posted May 6th - 3:41pm
For most Republican presidential hopefuls, the question from the audience would be a big fat softball lobbed across the plate: Name two or three reasons why Hillary Rodham Clinton would make a bad president.
Deena Zaru, CNN | posted May 6th - 1:14pm
Promising economic mobility and championing the middle class are key themes for candidates from both sides of the political aisle as the 2016 presidential campaign gets underway.
Michelle Rindels, Associated Press | posted May 6th - 1:01pm
Lt. Gov. Mark Hutchison said Wednesday that he'll be chairing Nevada operations for Republican Sen. Marco Rubio's presidential campaign.
Julie Pace, Associated Press | posted May 6th - 11:21am
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is hiring veterans of President Barack Obama's highly regarded digital operation for his 2016 White House campaign.
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