Haley says she is the only one capable of uniting Americans, despite Trump’s electoral victories and his popularity in her own home state
Trump's victory marks the first time in modern history that a non-government candidate has won contested primaries in Iowa and New Hampshire to open an election season
Young Venezuelan non-voters use anti-communist war cry to support conservatives in U.S. and Latin America
The phenomenon is the culmination of years long outgrowth of anti-authoritarianism and opposition to socialist ideas, similar to the impact the Cuban American community has had since it began emigrating to the United States after the 1959 Castro Revolution
By withdrawing from the presidential election, the 2024 Republican primary opens the field for former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley to capture more votes
A study conducted by UCLA’s Latino Policy & Politics Institute (LPPI) found that in 2020 Latinos gravitated toward more outspoken candidates such as Sen. Bernie Sanders over centrist candidates such as then Vice-President Joe Biden, possibly explaining the recent Hispanic draw to former President Donald Trump
America First businessman Vivek Ramaswamy suspends his presidential campaign, drops out of GOP primary
America First businessman Vivek Ramaswamy announced he was suspending his presidential campaign and dropping out of the GOP presidential primary after he trailed in a distant fourth place in the Iowa caucus results on Monday evening
Trump reportedly won about 51% of the vote with DeSantis at 21%, Haley at about 19% each and Vivek Ramaswamy trailing at 7.7%
Trump leads Biden into election year as support from Hispanics and Blacks increase, says Center Square poll
The Center Square Voters' Voice Poll, conducted Jan. 2-4, found that among likely voters, Trump holds 45% support compared to Biden’s 41% in a head-to-head faceoff, a lead that's outside of the poll's 2% margin for error with the Iowa Caucuses scheduled for Monday, Jan. 15.
Lai Ching-te, a member of the governing Democratic Progressive Party, defeated the more China-friendly Nationalist Party candidate, Hou Yu-ih
Republicans and Democrats in the United States Congress reached an emergency budget agreement worth $1.66 trillion to fund the federal government.
The video also captured two Republican congressmen from the Midwest, then-Rep. Markwayne Mullin, an Oklahoma Republican, and Rep. Troy Nehls from Texas admonishing the group through the glass