Billionaire presidential candidate Donald Trump discusses tough questions in tonight's debate.
The Republican candidates make their closing statements of the evening.
Billionaire presidential candidate Donald Trump says he is in favor of keeping H1B visa workers in America. Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida responds.
Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas and Carly Fiorina address issues affecting women in the workforce.
Former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida says we now have to accept 2 percent as the new normal for growth.
Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, went after the Democrats in the presidential debate. Sara Fagen, DDC Advocacy partner, and CNBC senior contributor Larry Kudlow react to the first hour of the debate.
Four Republican presidential candidates Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana; former Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania; former Gov. George Pataki of New York; and Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina share their closing statements.
Former Gov. George Pataki of New York, says the Obama administration has been too relaxed in dealing with cyberattacks, and shares his view of Hillary Clinton's email scandal. Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, shares his view.
Even if Donald Trump loses in Iowa, his success thus far will still present a problem for the GOP, Politico's Ben White says.
The front-runner canceled an event where he had planned to announce endorsements from black pastors after academics and clergy urged them to reconsider.
A group of wealthy people are rallying behind the agenda of the new governor, Bruce Rauner, The New York Times reports.
The movement called "The Beautiful Revolution" is ailing ahead of Dec. 6 legislative elections — including in Sabaneta, Hugo Chavez's hometown.