There are three criteria that prompt political realignments. We've recently seen all three. Will 2016 fracture the GOP and bring in a new third party?
The campaigns of Ted Cruz and John Kasich released almost simultaneous written statements Sunday night calling for Kasich to stop competing in Indiana and for Cruz to clear the way for Kasich in New Mexico and Oregon. The goal: To make sure Donald Trump doesn't clinch the GOP nomination.
"Let me be clear: I do not want nor will I accept the nomination for our party," stated House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) on Tuesday.
The 2016 presidential candidates know how to debate; but what about being Commander in Chief, and the issues of war they will confront if elected president?
Paul Ryan: "We're getting our minds around the idea that this [a contested convention] could very well become a reality." - Ryan says he won't consider becoming the nominee.
Some nasty verbal and physical fights between protesters and Trump supporters broke out in Chicago after the GOP front-runner postponed his rally.
Trump: Worldwide politicians, writers and ordinary people express fear at the growing possibility that a brash New York billionaire might become the U.S. President.
Ted Cruz's presidential campaign is facing criticism after it published a fake-looking Photoshop image of Marco Rubio and President Obama shaking hands.
South Carolina: Marco Rubio is aiming some of his most direct shots of the 2016 campaign squarely at Donald Trump.