President Barack Obama lashed out at some of the Republican presidential candidates in remarks on Monday, accusing the GOP contenders of spouting "ridiculous" rhetoric in their bids to succeed him.
Hillary Clinton is frequently criticized for being too close to Wall Street, but the Democratic presidential front-runner took aim at some of her supposed allies in a speech on Friday.
Donald Trump gave the strongest indication that he would consider a third-party run for the White House in an interview with The Hill, telling the Washington newspaper he would "absolutely" launch an independent bid if treated unfairly by the Republican National Committee.
While national polls have shown Hillary Clinton performing well against her potential Republican opponents, the results of a new Quinnipiac University poll show the Democratic front-runner has fallen behind the leading GOP contenders in three states that could be crucial in the general election.
Ohio Governor John Kasich officially kicked off his campaign for president on Tuesday, becoming the sixteenth major Republican candidate in an extremely crowded field. Kasich argued that his experience in both the public and private sectors makes him uniquely qualified to serve as president.
Following Donald Trump's controversial comments about Sen. John McCain's, R-Ariz., military service, Iowa's largest newspaper has called on the real estate mogul to drop out of the presidential race. The Des Moines Register's editorial board declared Trump "wholly unqualified to sit in the White House."
Responding to controversial remarks by Donald Trump, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., said the Republican presidential candidate does not specifically owe him an apology but should apologize to other veterans.