Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio takes a jab at Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton Friday in Puerto Rico.
The initial buy of $500,000 will target cable television throughout the Granite State as well as the Boston-based broadcast stations
The rise of Donald Trump has raised the stakes for the Republicans in 2016.
Jeb Bush said a way should be found to let same-sex couples marry without offending the Kentucky court clerk who denied them marriage licenses.
Reince Priebus finally got his loyalty pledge,
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump talks about rapper Kanye West Thursday in New York City.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump announces that he has signed a "pledge" of support for the GOP Thursday in New York City.
"Kanye West has been so great," he added.
Benghazi Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy speaks to reporters before heading into a closed interview with Hillary Clinton's former chief of staff Ch
The GOP presidential field is split over what to do with Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis, who's refused to issue marriage licenses in the state.
In today's rapid-fire political news cycle, it's easy to get overwhelmed by all the different news out there.
Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie tells a group of people in New Hampshire Friday that he is ashamed of Sen.
Vice President Joe Biden says he has not yet decided whether he will run for president.
The vice president said he "will not hesitate" to run — but only if his family is up to it.
About 61.6 million people in the United States speak a language other than English at home.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump explains his stance on immigration Thursday in New York City.
A backlash is emerging against activists who have protested the killings of African-Americans by police officers and called for major reforms.
He has signed the RNC's loyalty pledge.
A former Clinton IT staffer who helped set up Hillary Clinton's private server is invoking the Fifth Amendment.
The meeting comes amid reports that the RNC has asked the GOP candidates to "pledge" not to run as a third-party candidate.
Vaughn Hillyard explores Dubuque, Iowa, a town once known for its manufacturing, and a longtime bastion for Democrats.
In an exclusive interview with NBC News' Andrea Mitchell Friday, Hillary Clinton said she's "sorry" there's been so much controversy over her private email server.
"It was like gotcha, gotcha," Trump said on MSNBC's Morning Joe
Hillary Clinton's campaign is reserving time to extend its TV advertising in Iowa and New Hampshire through the months of September and October, a Clinton campaign aide tells NBC News.
While in New Hampshire, Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie connects President Obama to disrespect for law enforcement in America.
Lawyers for the State Department are calling for appointment of a single federal judge to oversee common issues in the dozens of lawsuits seeking e-mails from Hillary Clinton and other documents.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks in New York City Thursday about his GOP rivals.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney reacts to the Iran nuclear agreement Thursday in West Virginia.
A roundup of the most important political news stories of the day
Bryan Pagliano's attorney said he hopes the House Benghazi committee will respect the right of his client to not answer questions.