Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has spent twice as much on Nevada television ads as opponent Hillary Clinton.
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Former President Bill Clinton urged Nevadans to support Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton during a campaign stop Friday evening at the United Brotherhood of Carpenters International Training Center in Las Vegas.
Donald Trump said that he will participate in the next Fox News debate on March 3, with Megyn Kelly joining Bret Baier and Chris Wallace as moderators.
Stumping for Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Tinder is getting some women banned from the online dating app after sending campaign messages to prospective matches.
Democrat Hillary Clinton went on the attack against rival Bernie Sanders on Thursday in their most contentious presidential debate yet, questioning whether his ambitious proposals were viable and saying it was unfair to question her liberal credentials.
Former President Bill Clinton will be stumping in support of Hillary Clinton in Las Vegas on Friday. Clinton also has an event in Pahrump on Saturday in support of the former secretary of state and first lady.
Observant Jews and Seventh-day Adventists who want to caucus with Nevada Democrats on Feb. 20 are out of luck.
Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul suspended his 2016 campaign on Wednesday, he said in a statement two days after the Iowa caucuses.
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum plans to suspend his campaign for the White House later on Wednesday.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Wednesday accused rival Ted Cruz of stealing a victory in the Iowa caucuses and called for another vote or nullification of Cruz's win.
The two leading candidates in the race for the open U.S. Senate seat of Sen. Harry Reid are amassing war chests that are already in the millions of dollars.
Hillary Clinton's razor-thin victory in the Iowa Democratic caucuses sets up a prolonged nomination fight with rival Bernie Sanders as the focus shifts to New Hampshire.
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz soundly defeated billionaire Donald Trump in Iowa's Republican nominating contest on Monday, upending the party's presidential race and creating a three-way competition with establishment candidate Senator Marco Rubio.
Michael Roberson is leading the money race in what's so far a five-way GOP primary for the open congressional seat of U.S. Rep. Joe Heck, R-Nevada.
Former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley, who had trouble gaining any traction in the Democratic race, plans to suspend his presidential campaign, according to a Democrat with knowledge of his plans.
With presidential primaries starting in February for the 2016 presidential election, the race for the Oval Office is heating up. The U.S. economy is looking up but still growing slowly, and it's a top concern for voters — 43 percent said it's their biggest consideration when deciding how to vote, according to a 2015 poll from CNN and ORC International.
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump has a frequent punching bag on the campaign trail: Oreos. It typically comes up in the context of his stump speech about U.S. jobs getting shipped to other countries.
Participating in the Nevada 2016 caucuses isn't as simple as filling out a ballot in the voting booth. But it's not intended to be shrouded in mystery, either, caucus officials from both political parties say.
Here are six keys to the Iowa caucuses, which take place Monday.
The New York Times Editorial Board on Saturday said Ohio Governor John Kasich was the "only plausible choice" in the race for the Republican nomination in the U.S. presidential election.
The New York Times' editorial board on Saturday endorsed Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination, a boost for the former secretary of state two days before the Iowa caucuses.
Campaigns and their allied super PACs on Sunday will unveil for the first time in months how much cash they've raised, signaling how much staying power they have in the race for the White House.
The U.S. State Department conceded for the first time on Friday that intelligence officials were correct to say that at least 22 emails sent through Hillary Clinton's private server contain some of the government's most sensitive secrets.