Donald Trump hasn't been the only one shooting his mouth off.
If the presidential race doesn't work out for him he could always launch a career as a YouTube star.
Jeb "Jeb!" Bush just officially launched his campaign, after months of being an unofficial frontrunner in the GOP primary.
The guy with car elevators in his house thinks Clinton is out of touch with the general population.
The 2016 Republican Presidential candidate has affirmed his support to the Duggars, whose eldest son Josh is currently embroiled in a child molestation scandal.
Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina both want to be president—but they're going to be sideshows instead.
After years of warning that President Barack Obama is coming after Americans' guns, the NRA eagerly embraced a new target, directing its deranged doomsday predictions toward the new Democratic presidential candidate.
The Florida Republican becomes the fourth major candidate to jump into the 2016 presidential race.
Voters are ready for Hillary, but as she cakewalks to the Democratic nomination, her challenge is to get them excited.
The 2016 presidential candidate has distanced himself from his father's hardcore supporters, and the GOP establishment still doesn't fully trust him. Where is he going to get voters?
The Tea Party's loudest senator is the first Republican to officially enter the 2016 presidential race.
Lindsey Graham is convinced the world is exploding, and thinks he's the only one who knows how to work the fire extinguisher.
Once reliably cuckoo, the annual conservative hoedown was disarmingly reasonable, even sane, in 2015.
The likely campaign manager of Hillary Clinton's likely 2016 campaign has been quietly pulling the strings of Democratic politics for years. But he's about to be forced out of the shadows.
Why progressive activists think the Massachusetts Senator can take on Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Eight years after Bush left the governor's office, Florida remains one of the worst places to get caught with marijuana in the country.
The twice-failed candidate and living embodiment of the income gap announced Friday that he's bowing out of the 2016 presidential race.
Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina is selling herself as the lady-conservative who can finally take on the Democrats' heir apparent.
While conservatives clearly agree that they don't like Barack Obama, they don't seem to have found a consensus on much of anything else.
The twice-failed presidential candidate tells donors he's thinking about making another run in 2016.
We interviewed Vincent Harris, the 26-year-old conservative strategist who thinks he can save the Republican Party from itself.
American political memories can be both impressively long and terribly short. And somewhere in the middle, minds start to change.
The Massachusetts Senator emerged from last week's budget fight as the leader of an undeniable populist uprising in the Democratic Party.
Logistically, the DNC in Brooklyn would be an absolute shitshow. But politically, it might be a masterstroke for Mayor Bill de Blasio.