It is snowing in New Hampshire. Like, so hard.
On Monday evening, the nation said, “Goodnight, sweet prince” to Martin O’Malley, who suspended his presidential campaign after receiving less than one percent of the vote in the Iowa caucus.
Monday evening’s Iowa caucuses separated the potential winners from the definite losers, and Carly Fiorina was not happy with the group in which she was forcibly placed.
You know you were going to ask.
We’ve been hearing a whole lot about the Iowa Caucuses, but often with little context about how that process actually works. Vermont Public Radio has put together an entertaining short that explains the process, in Lego.
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A new ad from Jeb Bush’s Right to Rise super PAC exploits the story and image of Terri Schiavo—the Florida woman whose family fought to have her removed from life support—in order to demonstrate Bush’s commitment to fighting for life. On Wednesday, Michael Schiavo, Terri’s husband, called the ad “disgusting.”
Hillary Clinton bought a Powerball ticket. She probably won’t win. But in a distant parallel universe, on a planet similar to Earth, there’s a scenario in which Clinton wins tonight’s $1.5 billion Powerball and loses the presidential election. With her prize money and depression over failing to become the world’s most…
Ellen Degeneres’ interview/hangout with Hillary Clinton is set to air Monday afternoon, and from the brief teasers we’ve been given so far, it is evident that Clinton has been dutifully pursuing her M.S. in millennial culture.
Over the course of of a six-city Iowa tour, Hillary Clinton rapidly morphed into Kate McKinnon-as-Hillary and told voters why she is the only conceivable choice for president.
When I first started watching Ted Cruz’s newest television spot, I was confused. The campaign ad features hundreds of lawyers and journalists ostensibly running across the U.S.-Mexico border in an attempt to achieve the opportunities that only America can afford.
“That’s a long conversation” was Ben Carson’s response to a person who challenged the GOP’s slumbering marsupial candidate on whether being gay is a choice.
Last Tuesday, Hillary Clinton had a meeting with the editorial board of New Hampshire’s Conway Daily Sun during which she discussed serious issues including the economy and foreign policy. She also fielded one question about the most serious issue of all: UFOs.
In the midst of what he has called “our epidemic of gun violence,” President Obama is contemplating using executive action to enforce more stringent regulations on firearm purchases — a move necessary in order to eschew Congress. And unsurprisingly, 2016 G.O.P. presidential candidates are piping up to condemn this move
Hello, is this the fire department? I am calling to report a sick burn.
Jeb Bush, that sweet, sad Guaca-Bowle hawker, is honestly just relieved you’re asking for his opinion about anything.
Candy Carson, wife of retired neurosurgeon and sleepy adult Ben Carson, is passionate about music. And now that it’s the holiday season, she’s made it her personal mission to spread Christmas joy.
Ted Cruz epitomizes a certain kind of quiet, lonely sadism that screams, “Don’t let me near your children.” Surprisingly, people keep doing it.