From gay marriage to <em>Citizens United</em>, there's plenty for the candidates on both sides of the political spectrum to complain about.
The first lady championed a host of liberal causes in her speech to the class of 2015.
The world's fifth and sixth richest people say they will donate money to multiple Republican presidential candidates in the coming campaign.
The real estate developer and reality television host sounded a somewhat atypical note on the holiday.
Some 2016 rivals say he's jeopardizing national security.
The presidential candidate urges more focus on policy issues, less on “stupid” Facebook posts.
The Kentucky senator was joined by three Republicans and seven Democrats.
Why? Because for decades, running on chaos and war has been the party's most successful strategy.
As she famously said about John McCain and Sarah Palin, running for president requires a different skill set than running a major corporation.
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