All but forgotten in the summer, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio have climbed near the top of recent Iowa and New Hampshire polls that have them rivaling Donald Trump for the Republican presidential nomination.
The 2012 Republican presidential nominee says he isn't running this time around, but increased media appearances seem to say otherwise.
On Sunday France confirmed airstrikes on the ISIS run city of Raqqa in Syria. On Tuesday both Russia and France rained hell fire over Syria.
In retaliation of the horrible and senseless acts of terror ISIS militants carried out in Paris Friday night, France has taken its own militant action.
The latest results from the presidential polls show Ben Carson as the most favorable GOP candidate, however he and Trump are mostly even in the race for the Oval Office.
Cord-cutters won't need a cable subscription to watch Tuesday's GOP debate thanks to a digital live stream on Fox Business Network's website.
If Donald Trump thought if he was getting out of Saturday Night Live alive, he was mistaken. Comedian George Lopez has transformed himself into Trump's Mexican counterpart, Donaldo Trumpez, appearing on "Noche de Sabada en Vivo" - the Mexican Saturday Night Live.
President Barack Obama launches his official Facebook Page, with the intention of having a more casual means of communicating with the American people.
Donald Trump was called “racist” by comedian Larry David during his SNL monologue. But as it turns out, there’s some twists in the controversial TV guesting.
The video, which begins with a young boy flipping Trump a middle finger, ridicules the presidential candidate's view on immigration.
Perhaps Trump is doing everything in his power to rouse Latino voters into voting against him in his latest rounds of neglectful commentary.
Common themes amoung four immigration detention centers who held hunger strikes over the last month were poor medical conditions, inedible foods, and disregards for detainees' concerns.
Move over Donald Trump, there's a new GOP front-runner in town!
White House press secretary Josh Earnest called Ryan's remarks 'preposterous,' citing the new House Speaker's track record on immigration.
Donald Trump went to Mexico or at least a cardboard cutout of the GOP candidate did, and he was not received well.