The world's fifth and sixth richest people say they will donate money to multiple Republican presidential candidates in the coming campaign.
Some 2016 rivals say he's jeopardizing national security.
The presidential candidate urges more focus on policy issues, less on “stupid” Facebook posts.
The U.S. government is shutting down its surveillance program that collects the telephone records of millions of citizens.
He has spent more time in the key state this year than any other GOP presidential hopeful, a new tally finds.
Messages contained no smoking guns on Benghazi, but critics pounced when the FBI deemed a few words too sensitive.
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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