The group is spending at least $725,000 to air the ad in Ohio.
The gambit appears to be an attempt to reach the kind of male voters with whom polls show Trump has a big advantage.
Tells NBC he doesn't want to give publicity to unnamed "small person."
The former U.S. House speaker may still have a role in a Trump administration if he is not picked as the billionaire's running mate.
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said she expects to accept the recommendations of prosecutors and FBI investigators on whether to bring charges after their probe into Hillary Clinton’s personal e-mail server, while acknowledging that her meeting on Monday with Bill Clinton “cast a shadow” on the inquiry.
The conservative editor of the <em>Weekly Standard</em> has been searching for a candidate to challenge Trump and Clinton in the general election.
On the eve of potentially decisive primaries, billionaire's rivals play it shockingly safe.
The underdog Vermonter rode a wave after Michigan win and turned in a confident performance.
The skilled Democratic combatants turn in another intense performance.
The four Republicans left in the presidential primary essentially fought to a draw in their 11th debate.
In a free-wheeling presidential debate in Houston, the Republican front-runner's rivals came out intent on damaging his brand.
Ask not for whom the fat lady sings.
The candidates turn in measured performances in Milwaukee at the sixth Democratic presidential debate.
Rubio's performance was the story of the night, while Donald Trump honed his closing argument for New Hampshire voters.
It was an evening of strong attacks and equally strong defenses.
With the front-runner absent from the stage, the other candidates did their best to step into the spotlight.
At the final Democratic candidate forum before the Iowa caucuses, the front-runner faced a poised main challenger.
A raucous debate, but one that is unlikely to change the contours of a race that is just days away from seeing real voters vote.
Front-runner hangs tough; Sanders improves; O'Malley struggles to move the needle
The Cruz-Rubio Rivalry was at the center of a session that focused on national security.
New entities helmed by Spencer Zwick will power the Wisconsinite's agenda.
Sanders and O'Malley step up in the Iowa debate.
Solid performances across the board as candidates get comfortable on stage.
The billionaire rejects last-minute pleas by Jeb Bush's campaign to hold off his decision.
GOP presidental candidate Marco Rubio’s campaign manager, Terry Sullivan, and bundlers Wayne Berman and George Seay have been calling and e-mailing rival Jeb Bush’s bundlers since Wednesday’s debate trying to convert them, according to two people familiar with the talks. According to one of the people, the Rubio camp is finding open minds, some anger over Bush going negative; some Bush bundlers are saying they need a “decent interval”; Rubio camp is casting the discussions as base-touching rathe
Young senators could fill outsider and establishment lanes.
The Democratic front-runner's campaign says it has now secured the commitment of over 500 superdelegates.
And Republicans are in denial about it.
Bush's advisers, under pressure from their donors and from falling and stagnant poll numbers, came to the conclusion that a course correction was essential.
One man wanted the job his whole life. The other never did. Now they both have decisions to make.
And she didn’t create any fresh problems for herself.
The state of mind in HillaryLand, stream-of-consciousness style, based on interviews with those closest to her.
The two men, who faced off in the 2012 vice presidential debate, are each at a crossroads.
The GOP's right is crowing over pushing out the speaker. But who's the biggest beneficiary? Hillary Clinton.
On Monday morning, he and his wife met with campaign aides to go over their options before huddling in private. The couple returned to say that he wanted to set in motion getting out of the race.
New Day for America plans to spend big on the ad in New Hampshire in the coming weeks.
Ben Carson also shined. Jeb Bush held his own. No one, however, delivered Trump a knockout blow.
The front-runner is a genius at attack, and completely invulnerable so far. So much of the GOP is searching for a way to turn him into a mere mortal.
It's the first major advertising blitz from the best-funded super PAC in the presidential field that is backing a particular candidate.
As Vice President Joe Biden considers a potential run, Hillary Clinton's campaign is seeking to project dominance at the Democratic National Commitee meeting in Minneapolis.
The Republican front-runner won't rule out a third-party bid.
He is counting on success in New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation primary to make himself in player in the crowded Republican presidential contest.
Seven ways in which the septuagenarian socialist from Vermont actually presents a mortal threat to the Democratic front-runner.
Can he overcome his late start to churn the virtuous cycle of polls, fundraising, and news coverage?
In an interview, the Texas senator and Republican presidential candidate says he won't play the “media game.”
The love fest continues in a phone interview with Bloomberg.
Analyzing the style, substance, and impact of the Wisconsin governor's presidential announcement.
Can he sustain his status as a crossover conservative if he continues to let his rightward moves on cultural issues obscure his desire to focus on economics and national security?
Will the Ohio Governor's strong fundraising start help vault him into the first tier?
A candidate looks presidential by showing strength—so attacking the campaign’s 800-pound gorilla makes sense. But there are definitely risks.
The size of the buy, at least $1 million, is notable at this early stage of the nomination fight when the air war has barely begun.
He brings a Bob Kerrey-esque existential fearlessness about taking on the Clinton machine, but can he climb over Sanders and O'Malley?
He may be the most charismatic campaigner in the race—but are Bridgegate, his state's economy, and his temper too much to overcome?
Analyzing the style, substance, and impact of the Louisiana governor's presidential announcement.
He's smart, tough, and conservative enough for the GOP right—but the big mo has been in the wrong direction.
Analyzing the style, substance, and impact of the real estate mogul's presidential announcement.
After previous flirtations, the real-estate mogul says that this time, he's running for the White House.
Analyzing the style, substance, and impact of the former Florida governor's presidential announcement.
He's got the money and connections, but can he persuade Republicans that a man named Bush can defeat a woman named Clinton?
Some who have talked to the governor privately about a possible pairing say they have been surprised by how seriously he seems to be taking the prospect.