To the critics who think Donald Trump's fiery rhetoric could be toned down, it turns out, the real estate mogul agrees with you.
As Republican presidential candidates lay into his record, President Barack Obama on Wednesday chalked up the attacks to expected election-year politics but said there was "nothing particularly patriotic" about their rhetoric.
It has been almost 55 years since the first televised presidential debate occurred between Sen. John F. Kennedy and Vice President Richard Nixon. Over the last half century, the debates have provided many entertaining moments -- some intentional, others not so much.
Ben Carson is closing in on Donald Trump in New Hampshire, according to a new poll out Wednesday, just hours before the candidates will face off against each other in the second Republican primary debate.
Though posed in different ways, the question people ask when they learn I have written a new biography of Donald Trump is a variation on a single theme: How do you explain this guy's appeal?
The Republican hopefuls for the White House in 2016 may be divided on how to fix America's problems, but it seems there is one thing almost all of them can agree on -- bashing Iran.
CNN Opinion asked celebrities, writers, political thinkers and other newsmakers to tell us what they'd ask the candidates at the CNN Republican debate.
Last month, Japan's largest crime group, the Yamaguchi-gumi, split into two main factions, potentially creating a gang war that may ultimately involve all 21 designated crime groups in Japan.
Zimbabweans generally don't laugh or get excited about President Robert Mugabe's speeches, given the level of poverty and reported human rights abuses in the southern African country.
If you've ever wondered why there are so many landmarks named after Ronald Reagan, look no further than a bearded, bespectacled man from Washington known for hating tax increases and taking an annual pilgrimage to Burning Man.
Just before he suspended his presidential campaign, Rick Perry had the highest odds -- 60% -- to drop out first, according to CNN's Political Prediction Market, a game created by the company Pivit.
Candidates and the media alike are billing Wednesday night's GOP debate on CNN as round two of America's premier boxing match. Everyone is asking which candidate will land the hardest punch. But there is one man on stage who won't be boxing -- and that's because Donald Trump is playing a different sport.