What a time to be alive
The #NeverTrump primary challenge to the president is nearly DOA.
With the Mueller report scaring off other GOP challengers, the special prosecutor's former boss calls on the president to resign, raises "millions," and continues to get drubbed in the polls.
The former Arizona senator warns that anti-immigration rhetoric could make Republicans as unsuccessful nationwide as they are in California.
Confidants of the late senator have either buckled, joined #NeverTrump plotters, or bolted.
When voters see what the actual options are, their interest in political competition plummets.
"This is not me promoting anything, including myself," the former Ohio governor says, while promoting himself.
A new law in Ohio and an executive order in Idaho require state lawmakers to take a more active role in overseeing occupational licensing boards.
You certainly didn't ask to see these three again on a presidential debate stage.
Ohio could freeze expansion enrollments next year, ignoring the governor's pleas.
Clearing the way.
One thing Trump is right about: party politics is a "corrupt enterprise."
Two late night press releases reveal the unusual state of the GOP primary race.
The Republican primary race we are witnessing now has little contemporary precedent. That is part of what makes this race so unsettling and unpredictable.
Ted Cruz fans tend toward more traditional conservatives media while Bernie Sanders fans like Nerdist.
First place goes to former Klansman David Duke, who was disliked by slightly more Americans in 1992.
And you're probably betting that your life will suck even more in 2066.
The GOP is throwing away the youth vote. Here's how to win it back.
Dangerous play with identity politics.
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The GOP's nervous breakdown continues apace.
John Kasich Deplores Political Gibberish in Presidential Campaign—Then Relies on It to Sell His Own Record on Obamacare
The Ohio governor has repeatedly made misleading statements about his expansion of Medicaid under the president's health law.
At GOP debate, merely pledging boots on the ground in Libya passes for sanity.
Being Establishment Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry for Regime Change in the Name of 'Stability'
Media darling John Kasich wants to take out North Korea, too
The rational "moderate" wants to overthrow Assad, wage a "massive" war against ISIS, punch Russia in the nose, green-light pre-emptive strikes against North Korea and maybe Iran, and give government access to your cell phone...but it's all good because he expanded Medicaid and isn't Donald Trump
The Rubio-Jeb!-Christie-Kasich wing, after languishing for a half-year, is peaking in New Hampshire
We visited the demonstrators confined to the "Free Speech Zone" a mile away
Most shared their preferred candidate's temperament.
Voters don't seem to mind.
Gov. Kasich's response on security highlights politicians' lack of interest in dangers of mandating 'back doors.'
Only one other answer, from Chris Christie.
Unkind words for Donald Trump, Chris Christie, John Kasich, Vladimir Putin and more, at 3 a.m. ET on Fox News
After the circus in Colorado, did Fox Business deliver a debate of ideas?
It's not a perfect law by any stretch, but it would mean the end of the war on pot
Ohio's governor is also worried about "mixed signals" and "overdoses." Huh?
Governor opposes marijuana legalization, but may allow federalist experiments as president.