'Softer' GOP Debate Tonight? So Says Trump, MaybeThe chairman of the Republican Party says he wants Thursday's Republican presidential debate to be "more of a G-rated" event than recent showdowns.
Personal, Nasty Insults The Norm During Presidential Debates"We're breaking new lines every time there's a debate now and that was pretty offensive, pretty radical," says Ben Voth, Director of Debate at SMU.
Final Four Get After It In DetroitPicking up right where they left off, Donald Trump and Marco Rubio traded a new round of insults.
Expect More Political Fireworks At Tonight's GOP DebateIn the GOP presidential primary, the stakes keep growing as the number of candidates keeps shrinking.
Rally Attendees React To RubioRubio seemed to play to the youth in the crowd and there were many young people at Klyde Warren Park.
Marco Rubio Makes North Texas Push Before Super TuesdayTaking the stage at Klyde Warren Park Florida senator and presidential hopeful Marco Rubio told the crowd that he is a real conservative and the person who can unite the GOP.
Debate Another Chance For Cruz, Rubio To Try To Slow TrumpWith Donald Trump's grasp on the Republican presidential nomination tightening, the billionaire businessman's rivals get one more chance to challenge the GOP front-runner on the debate stage before next week's slate of Super Tuesday contests.
Cruz And Carson Address Republicans In HoustonBoth Texas Senator Ted Cruz and retired neurosurgeon, Ben Carson told the 1,200 Republicans at the Lincoln-Reagan Day Dinner, too much is at stake this election.
Cruz, Rubio & Carson Campaigning In Houston Ahead Of DebateAfter coming in third place in Nevada Tuesday Tuesday night, Ted Cruz says he's glad to be back at home in Houston and in the Lone Star State.
Ted Cruz Ditches Campaign Spokesperson Over TweetCruz told reporters Monday he has asked his campaign spokesman, Rick Tyler, to resign for tweeting a story that falsely alleged Rubio insulted the Bible.
Cruz Declares Grassroots Conservatives The Real Winners Of New HampshireTexas Senator Ted Cruz didn't win the New Hampshire primary, but he and his supporters say they believe his third place finish in the Granite State is still a victory.