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Hillary Clinton boiled down her closing message to Iowa voters into three words on Saturday: "We can't wait."
The State Department's proposal to delay the release the last of Hillary Clinton's official emails until February 29 -- after the initial presidential primaries -- would "cause grave, incurable harm," attorneys for VICE News and journalist Jason Leopold told a federal judge Monday.
The past two months have been anything but smooth sailing for the U.S. Navy's newest class of warship, the littoral combat ship.
A group of black Republicans endorsed Donald Trump on Friday, saying the Republican front-runner is the best candidate to "free black communities" from Democrats.
Woody Guthrie, the iconic protest singer, once turned his pen toward Fred Trump, casting the current Republican front-runner's father as "Old Man Trump," according to a new dive into the Woody Guthrie Archives by University of Central Lancashire Professor Will Kaufman.
Bernie Sanders presented his final pitch to Iowa voters Monday in a new ad with a decidedly optimistic tone and one closing request: Please show up to caucus on February 1.
President Barack Obama's top military adviser has begun to talk openly about stepped-up U.S. military action against ISIS in Libya as the terror group expands its operations in the North African country.
Al Qaeda's Syrian affiliate, Jabhat al-Nusra, is a greater threat to the United States in the long term than is ISIS, making the United States' current single-minded focus on the latter group misguided, a new report is charging.
The Democratic presidential hopefuls will make closing arguments to Iowa voters Monday night during a CNN town hall in Des Moines -- one week before the first-in-the-nation votes are cast at the Iowa caucuses.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says his campaign for the presidency -- not his job performance -- is to blame for his low approval ratings in his home state.
The Boston Globe, a paper with well over 20,000 subscriptions in New Hampshire, endorsed Hillary Clinton on Sunday, saying the former secretary of state would "make a better president" than Democratic rival Bernie Sanders.
Donald Trump spent his Sunday on the stump ripping his political rivals and urging his voters to trek to the caucuses, all the while predicting victory in the Iowa caucuses taking place in just eight days.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is considering an independent run for president -- but the two candidates he'd be most likely to take on say they aren't worried.
Ted Cruz claimed Saturday that Donald Trump still supports "amnesty" for undocumented immigrants, arguing that Trump's planned deportations were merely an end-around to grant citizenship to those in the U.S. who are here illegally.