Recently, Christie vetoed gun control legislation, declared that the gay marriage debate isn’t over, and took a more hardline stance on Israel. Indeed, he looks like a candidate racing right in the lead up to the 2016 presidential election. read more
With less than four months until Election Day, Democrats maintain slight leads in two key Senate races -- Colorado and Michigan -- as well as in Colorado's governor's race, according to new NBC News/Marist polls. Republicans, meanwhile, enjoy a narrow lead in the race for Michigan governor. read more
Breaking up is hard to do Speaker John Boehner’s lawsuit against President Obama might poison their ability to work together on bills. If there were anything left for them to work on. The current crisis like the current surge of unaccompanied Central American minors at the border might force the two to begrudgingly work out an emergency spending measure. read more
The 2012 Republican presidential nominee and former Massachusetts governor polled well ahead of all other Republican candidates in a new survey sponsored by WMUR-TV and conducted by the University of New Hampshire, despite the fact that he’s said repeatedly that he has no plans to run for president again. read more
The Republican Governors Association, which Chris Christie chairs, will announce on Thursday that it raked in $26.6 million in the second quarter of 2014, the biggest ever second quarter in the group’s history. read more
While all eyes are on Hillary Clinton’s book tour lately, Senator Rand Paul has been giving a clearer picture what his own potential presidential run might look like.Polls show the GOP primaries as wide open as the Democratic primary is dominated by Clinton’s frontrunner status. read more
The Republican National Committee has selected Cleveland as the site for its 2016 convention. Cleveland, located in the crucial swing state of Ohio, beat out Dallas as the host city for the GOP’s presidential nominating event. read more
The Texas tea party darling’s support may give Chris McDaniel’s demands added momentum, as he continues his call for a recount, a redo, and anything other than the results that saw his early lead crushed.