Jeb Bush, Chris Christie and John Kasich each hope to best the Republican boy wonder in New Hampshire.
The passport-free zone is both an important symbol of Europe’s integration and a boon to its economy.
The British Conservative Party leader won reelection by appealing to voters in the middle.
By cutting its deficit faster, Portugal avoids becoming the first country that has its budget rejected by Brussels.
The Republican senator’s supporters want others to exit the race before the primaries have even got underway.
Republican leader Paul Ryan urges lawmakers to stop making promises they know they can’t keep.
If the primaries fail to produce candidates who can win and govern, parties will eventually change them.
Every four years, many voters must decide which party is the lesser of two evils. What if things were different?