Houston attorney Newton B. Schwartz Sr. contested presidential candidate Ted Cruz's eligibility.
The 2012 Republican presidential nominee says he isn't running this time around, but increased media appearances seem to say otherwise.
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.
Donald Trump is looking pretty good at the polls. A new poll has found the luxury realtor is emerging as the GOP candidate not only by preferences, but expectations.
In response to President Barack Obama's State of the Union speech, Republicans omitted Latinos from their English-speaking response.
The sweeping victory of the Republican Party in the US mid-term elections may have served the presidential ambitions of Hillary Clinton for 2016 well.
The government reopened today after a 16-day shutdown after a bill was passed late Wednesday that funds the government through January. Republicans hardly won any concessions, and are now trying to figure how to come back after their major defeat.
In a speech in West Michigan on Friday, Republican Senator Rand Paul said that the Republican Party needs to update its message to attract more voters.
The former Latino outreach director for the Republican Party in Florida switched his party allegiance to Democrat, citing his former party’s troubles with minorities.
Republicans who hope to run for president in 2016 may need to start building name recognition now, because a new CNN/ORC poll shows many of them aren’t well-known among potential voters, even other Republicans.
Rand Paul has been making a national name for himself lately, but what are his prospects for actually snagging the Republican nomination in 2016?
A little more than a week after a presidential election that saw their platform repudiated by a large portion of the country, Republicans are reflecting on their failure, and some are even admitting they were wrong.
Now that all the votes from last week’s presidential election are in, the magnitude of the Republicans’ loss is apparent. But in some urban areas, Mitt Romney actually received no votes.
After a big loss, the Republican party is divided over its future and its direction.