2016 presidential election
Facebook groups like "Latinos Who Support Donald Trump" give a different argument in terms on Hispanic voters' relationship with the GOP candidate, saying that his views are often distorted by the media.
Cruz and Rubio could grab control of undecided Latino voters, but pressure from conservative voters to introduce tough immigration reform bills may hinder their efforts.
While a similar survey of Republicans found national security their top concern, a poll of Democrats revealed they consider the economy, jobs, and education as more pertinant issues.
How GOP candidates react to Donald Trump's plan of banning Muslims from entering the U.S. may decide who gets to be the Party's nominee.
Speaking at a South Carolina rally this week, Trump implied that fighting terrorism online may mean limiting freedom of speech rights guaranteed under the First Amendment.
The Republican presidential front-runner drew renowned criticism on social media after calling for a sweeping ban on all Muslims, U.S. citizens or not, from entering the country.
A poll released Monday found that Iowa Republicans who regularly vote would choose Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio over Donald Trump if a GOP nominee were selected today.
Vice President Joe Biden ended months-long speculation as to whether he would run for office by saying he wouldn't, drawing a mixed reaction from the Twitter universe.
The Republican front-runner proposes simplifying the federal tax system to four brackets, including one that eliminates income taxes on people who make $25,000 or less annually.
The presidential front-runner released his second official stance on Friday, highlighting the need to arm military personnel and implement programs aimed at curving gun violence.
After trailing Hillary Clinton in most Democratic presidential polls throughout the summer, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is starting to gain traction as support for Clinton slows.
Eleven Republican presidential candidates took center stage Wednesday night, debating on hot topic issues like immigration, women's rights, gun rights, and national security.
The left-leaning feline is looking to give presidential candidates a run for their money, pushing an agenda that involves legalizing catnip and granting free health care to all cats and dogs.
Trump is set to meet with a local border patrol chapter near the sleepy town of Laredo in a location approximately 10 miles from the border.
Trump called the South Carolina senator a "lightweight" and "idiot" during a rally Tuesday morning before releasing his phone number.