Marco Rubio and Donald Trump held rallies in Nevada before Tuesday's debate just one mile apart from each other. But Rubio's was traditional and low key; Trump's was the opposite.
In 2011, Obama joked that Trump, who was hot on the trail of Obama's birth certificate, was a conspiracy theorist waiting to reveal the fake moon landing, and recently that Trump was "Here. Still."
Trump supporters express deep devotion for their candidate, more than any other Republican running for president — and that could mean big problems for the party next year.
He's an unusual candidate, but his rise makes complete sense if you consider the current political climate.
The current leader for the GOP presidential nomination received a standing ovation from a crowd in South Carolina after he read aloud his statement to ban all Muslims from entering the U.S.
Trump has spent a tiny fraction of what Jeb Bush has spent on TV ads, but the former reality TV star remains unshakably at the top of national polls.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney returned to the U.S. Capitol on Thursday for a ceremony honoring his service as president of the Senate. Former President George W. Bush was among those honoring him.
The New Jersey governor is showing off his credentials as a former prosecutor to argue he can fight terrorism.
The U.S. and China are the world's two largest polluters, but the will to do something about climate change is lower in both than in the rest of the world. In the U.S., there's a party split.
Trump had said he'd be endorsed by 100 black religious leaders at a Monday press conference. Instead, there was a 2 1/2-hour meeting, with requests for apologies — and Trump gave none.