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At the first Democratic presidential debate Tuesday night, Bernie Sanders will be a changed candidate from when he started his insurgent run. NBC reports.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush on Tuesday will lay out proposals to repeal President Barack Obama's health-care law and replace it.
With the Democratic presidential debate Tuesday, time is running out for Joe Biden to enter the 2016 race. NBC News reports.
Marco Rubio has one of the worst voting records in Congress. But in the recent past it's Democrats who have a greater habit of not showing up to vote.
Hillary Clinton's bank bashing is soooo 1900s, says analyst Mike Mayo. Here's why she and other candidates need to knock it off.
GOP presidential hopeful Chris Christie has a very simple view on the House's current state of flux.
GOP candidates haven't wanted to touch them, and still don't. But demographic reality is dragging Social Security and Medicare into the 2016 debate.
The best candidates to do that are countries running external surpluses, low budget deficits and inflation rates approximating price stability.
A handful of super-rich backers are throwing tens of millions of dollars into the presidential campaign, The New York Times reports.
At least 20 people were dead in explosions outside Ankara's main train station where people were gathering for a peace march, local media reported.
Sweden neared a fresh national election on Friday, after a budget deal with opposition parties collapsed.
Republican branding problems and stances on social issues could keep this group from turning out.
If Donald Trump did build an immigration wall, it would cost billions. Would it be worth the money?
The billionaire tech impresario said in a tweet he may run for the House's top spot.
As outrage has cooled so has the tough talk from the bevy of hopefuls looking to win the 2016 race.
Indian PM Modi campaign promises jobs and development in one of the country's most backward areas, while his right-wing party pushes a Hindu agenda.
Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton's plan aims to tackle excessive risk-taking in the financial sector.
Twitter is now a powerful and relevant tool for presidential campaigns. We look at the candidates - and their engagement - on the social media site.
As a joint federal-state program serving the poor, Medicaid stands on narrower, shakier ground. That's especially true in the GOP presidential race.
Wall Street bashing is rampant on the Democratic campaign trail, so how does Hillary Clinton's nuance play, Politico's Ben White asks.