At Saturday night's debate, Republicans wanted Marco Rubio to soar and Donald Trump to stumble. The opposite happened.
Donald Trump is beginning to realize he might lose, but the GOP establishment is still on the ropes.
His positions are different in kind, and more extreme, than those of recent Republican nominees, but have received no scrutiny. Maybe that will change in Saturday's debate.
How the Iowa fire-breather helped drag the Republican Party into nativism.
Will he rebound from his underperformance in Iowa, or is his demise finally upon us?
Cruz wins. Clinton and Sanders play to a virtual tie. And Trump isn't going anywhere...
Rubio performed well in Iowa, but Ted Cruz’s victory heralds a seismic GOP primary.
Republicans have been demanding an anti-Obama for years—and tonight, they'll begin the process of nominating one.
Thrust into the limelight by Donald Trump's absence, Cruz gave his worst performance of the cycle at Thursday night's debate.
Prayer would be a safer bet than the strategies the party is actually employing.
Desperate for a boost, the senator from Florida is pursuing a risky strategy. Plus: This week’s ad round-up.
Republican candidates can’t be bothered with the mass contamination of an American city—not when the public is potentially, hypothetically endangered by ISIS.
The very existence of the Democratic debate over health care indicts the Republican Party's near-total indifference to the issue.
All that negativity on the airwaves in Iowa and New Hampshire might just be serving a purpose. Plus: This week’s round-up of campaign ads.
The hope was that Rubio would rise and Cruz and Trump would stumble. That didn't happen.
Short of a Rubio miracle, party insiders will need to start thinking about which of two evils they fear less.