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Paul Krugman: Sanders Needs to Distance Himself from ‘Fantasy Economics’

Nobel Prize winning, progressive-leaning economist Paul Krugman said in an op-ed on Wednesday that the Bernie Sanders presidential campaign needs to distance itself from unrealistically...

N.H. GOP Issues Petition Urging Democratic Superdelegates to Vote for Sanders

Strange bedfellows have emerged in the 2016 presidential race, as the New Hampshire Republican Party has launched an online petition urging superdelegates in the...

Jim Webb Announces That He Will Not Launch Independent Presidential Bid

Former Democratic U.S. Senator from Virginia and Secretary of the Navy Jim Webb announced on Thursday that he has decided against sparking an independent campaign...

Fox News Mistakenly Publishes Fake New Hampshire Election Results Prior to...

Tuesday morning, several hours before the polls close in New Hampshire, Fox News reportedly published fake, finalized New Hampshire primary election returns on its...

Bloomberg Confirms He Is Considering Independent Presidential Bid in 2016

Amid rumors that he has been conducting polls to test the viability of a 2016 independent presidential bid, billionaire and former independent New York...

Steinem Apologizes for ‘Misinterpreted’ Comment About Young Female Sanders Supporters

On last Friday's episode of Real Time with Bill Maher on HBO, journalist and feminist activist Gloria Steinem controversially suggested that young women who support U.S. Senator...

DONEGAN: Debunking the Lesser-of-Two-Evils Voting Theory

Anyone who has ever supported a third-party presidential candidate in an election has likely had to defend their decision from partisans who endorse the lesser-of-two-evils...

Johnson: Fiscally Conservative, Socially Tolerant Voters Alienated by Iowa Results

Former two-term New Mexico Republican Governor Gary Johnson, who is seeking the Libertarian Party's nomination for president in 2016, issued a statement on the...

Bush Super PACs Outspent All Iowa Campaigns, Garnered Sixth-Place Finish

Super PACs supporting the 2016 presidential candidacy of former Florida Republican Governor Jeb Bush spent over $14 million on ads promoting his bid for the...

Cruz Campaign Accused of Spreading Carson Drop-Out Rumors Before Iowa Vote

Following Republican presidential candidate and U.S. Senator from Texas Ted Cruz's victory in Monday's Iowa Caucuses, rival candidate and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson has cried...

Fox GOP Debate Attracts Better Ratings Than Trump Event, Previous Republican...

Thursday night's Fox News/Google GOP Debate attracted better ratings than candidate Donald Trump's counter-event and the previous Jan. 14 Republican presidential debate on Fox...

Trump to Skip Fox News GOP Debate Amid Megyn Kelly Feud

Billionaire real estate investor and 2016 Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said on Tuesday that he plans to skip Thursday's Republican presidential debate on...

DONEGAN: Media Should Report on Presidential Elections, Not Manipulate Them

The 2016 presidential election, crowded with candidates in a circus-like atmosphere, is serving as a type of stress test for the U.S. news media. Can...

NBC’s Chuck Todd: Trump, Cruz Have ‘Tried to Co-Opt’ Parts of...

On last Thursday's episode of Meet the Press Daily on MSNBC, host Chuck Todd, who also serves as a moderator for Meet the Press...

Texas Attorney Files Lawsuit Challenging Sen. Ted Cruz’s Presidential Eligibility

81-year-old Houston-based attorney Newton Boris Schwartz Sr. filed a federal class action lawsuit on Thursday challenging the presidential eligibility of U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas). Sen....

Thursday’s Smaller Republican Debate Least Watched Among All GOP Debates This...

Fox Business Network's Republican presidential debate at the North Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center in North Charleston, S.C. on Thursday drew in the lowest ratings of...

Commission on Presidential Debates Preps for Possible Third-Party in 2016 Debates

Officials in charge of the Commission on Presidential Debates say that due to the mood of the electorate, they are preparing for the possibility...

Gary Johnson Responds to President Obama’s State of the Union Address

After U.S. President Barack Obama gave the final State of the Union address of his presidency on Tuesday, 2016 Libertarian Party presidential candidate and...

Bernie Sanders Beating Clinton in N.H., Tied In Iowa

The 2016 Democratic presidential race seems to be tightening in the final weeks leading up to the Feb. 1 Iowa caucuses and the Feb....

Cruz Rebukes Trump’s Mass Deportation Plan, Says ‘We Don’t Live in...

Senator from Texas and 2016 Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz said on CNN's State of the Union on Sunday that he opposes Donald Trump's plan for a new deportation force that would seek out and round up undocumented immigrants.