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By saying Barack Obama took Wall Street money, too, Hillary Clinton's strategy isn't resonating with liberal Democrats yet, Politico's Ben White says.
According to data from campaign marketing firm Fluent, email addresses from the AOL.com domain are worth a lot of money to candidates.
Former aide to Martin Luther King Jr., John Lewis, tells CNBC's John Harwood how far this country has come but where it needs to be headed.
GOP candidate Jeb Bush, critical of President Obama's dealings with Iran, also tells CNBC he probably won't have done the prison exchange with Tehran.
With the possibility that he could make it to the White House no longer unfathomable, does Bernie Sanders actually want to be president?
Donald Trump says he would force Apple to manufacture all of its products in U.S. if he is elected president, according to media reports.
Rep. John Lewis sat down with CNBC's John Harwood to talk about his days with MLK Jr., the new speaker of the House, and Donald Trump.
Sanders highlighted his own rise in opinion polls and showed a new level of fight at the most contentious of the four Democratic debates.
Advisers to Hillary Clinton believe that her campaign miscalculated by forgoing early attacks on Senator Bernie Sanders, The NYT reports.
Taiwanese government efforts towards independence would be a "poison" that would cause Taiwan to perish, Chinese state-run media has said.
A 16-year-old Taiwan singer inadvertently shot to the top of Taiwan's election agenda after she publicly apologized for holding a Taiwan flag.
Besides the territory's relationship with China, there other topics Taiwan voters are focused on: trade, identity and, err, pork.
Trump? Carson? Rubio? Cruz? GOP strategist Sara Fagen makes no bones about who's good for the party — and who should drop out.
Donald Trump would trail Texas Sen. Ted Cruz if the field were narrowed to just the two men.
The latest GOP presidential debate shows that the party's 2016 nomination race has turned into a fierce battle between Ted Cruz and Donald Trump.
Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio may be Hispanic, but it's becoming clear that they are not winning over Latinos. Here's why, says Mark Macias.
A loan from Goldman Sachs that helped Ted Cruz's 2012 Senate bid was not disclosed in campaign finance reports. NYT reports.
In his State of the Union speech, President Barack Obama inserted himself into the current election as the invisible candidate, says Mike Muse.
In a complicated world, Trump is offering this simple message to voters, and they're eating it up, say GOP strategists Abramson and Ballabon.
Republican presidential candidates took to Twitter on Tuesday to blast President Barack Obama during his final State of the Union address.