Appearances at the state GOP convention give voters a close-up look at five contenders in the crowded 2016 field.
By Phil Mattingly
The Ohio governor is still not certain he will hop into the growing field of Republican presidential candidates.
The mayor of Balitmore says the city is working to identify suspected looters.
The former Governor of Maryland continued to defend his record on policing policies from his time as Baltimore mayor.
The Vermont senator and presidential candidate says he envisions a system more similar to the ones in northern Europe.
He’s bucking his party to help the president win free-trade agreements.
As she famously said about John McCain and Sarah Palin, running for president requires a different skill set than running a major corporation.
Say what you will about the reality-show star, there's a definite rationale for his candidacy.
Coalition governments, Cameron vs. Miliband, the Welsh, and the Scots … this sounds like a job for Bloomberg Politics British Elections Correspondent John Cleese.
The mayor who had brought New York-style “zero tolerance” policing to Baltimore has to confront critics, long after he is in a position to change.
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