Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders have won the New Hampshire's presidential primaries, taking the top spot after second-place finishes in the Iowa caucuses.
A federal court won't change its ruling demanding new two congressional districts be drawn by next week.
Some New Hampshire voters say they've decided only at the last minute which candidate they're supporting in today's primary.
Tuesday will be a critical moment on the road to the White House as residents of the Granite State cast their votes in the first-in-the-nation primary. With independents making up more than 40 percent of the electorate, the New Hampshire primary can often surprise, and that may be the case Tuesday. 1. The Sanders-Clinton Expectations […]
In the closing days before Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary, Hillary Clinton has been leaning heavily on feminism to make a case against her opponent Bernie Sanders.
The Obama administration is requesting $1.8 billion in emergency funding from Congress to fight the Zika virus in the United States and abroad, the White House announced today.
A day before voters go to the polls in the first-in-the-nation primary in New Hampshire, Chris Christie said he believes “the race is now wide open” and pointed to Bill Clinton as evidence.
After his bludgeoning of rival presidential candidate Marco Rubio in Saturday night’s debate, Chris Christie declared on Sunday that the "anointment" of Rubio is over.