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Ben Carson said the U.S. should be cautious when taking in Syrian refugees to avoid the risk of terrorists entering the country.
Ben Carson said Wednesday he's pulling in lots of money amid all the backlash he's received for remarks he made regarding Muslims in politics.
A Chinese military jet performed an "unsafe" maneuver in front of a United States reconnaissance plane last week, the Pentagon said Tuesday.
Jeb Bush argued Tuesday that the United States is "creeping toward multiculturalism" and described it as "the wrong approach."
As Pope Francis visits the United States for the first time, a new CNN/ORC Poll finds the head of the Catholic Church is largely viewed favorably nationwide and that most Catholics approve of his comments even on controversial issues.
Republican presidential candidates Carly Fiorina and Sen. Ted Cruz, as well as Democratic hopeful Bernie Sanders swarmed late-night television Monday night, showcasing their more personal and humorous sides in a more casual format.
One of America's top former generals compared the situation in Syria Tuesday to a historic nuclear disaster, implicitly criticizing the U.S. for allowing it to worsen, and accused Russia's President of trying to re-establish an empire.
Climate change, Cuba and poverty are the issues the White House expects to top the agenda when President Barack Obama welcomes Pope Francis on Wednesday.
Hillary Clinton will take aim at pharmaceutical companies on Tuesday when she unveils a plan to lower prescription drug prices.
U.S. military commanders have proposed a program to provide arms and ammunition to a coalition of up to 5,000 anti-ISIS Syrian rebels now operating in northern Syria.
Republican presidential hopeful Ben Carson agrees with Scott Walker, who pulled the plug on his presidential bid Monday, in saying there are too many candidates in 2016 Republican primary field.
Jeb Bush has admitted he's not the life of the party. But speaking to a crowd in Mason City, Iowa, Monday evening, it was clear that the self-described introvert is embracing it.
Calling for a revival of the country's "animal spirits," Jeb Bush on Tuesday spelled out his regulatory reform plan and argued that he has the "energy" to break down barriers that have cause Washington to "run amok," as he put it.