The presidential candidate went on the daytime talk show to debate his views about systemic racism. But it was his comments about L.G.B.T.Q. rights that got boos from the audience.
Eight presidential hopefuls, with Donald Trump absent, spoke at an annual political rally in Des Moines to highlight their conservative bona fides.
So far, Ron DeSantis and Vivek Ramaswamy are the only Republican presidential contenders to weigh in on the recent deal in Washington — but others could yet join them.
The centrist group is gaining steam — and raising money — in its effort to get a candidate on the 2024 ballot, with Joe Manchin at the top of their list.
Conservative leaders and right-wing outlets say the special counsel report, which produced no startling revelations, lends credence to their conspiracy theories about the F.B.I.
The presidential race has started to crystallize, with flawed standard-bearers, worried political parties and voters unhappy with their choices.
Friday’s victory by the United Steelworkers at a factory building electric school buses was a test for Democratic hopes that clean-energy funding from Washington could bolster organized labor.
The former Republican congresswoman, a leading adversary of Donald J. Trump’s, accused him of “dereliction of duty” on Jan. 6, 2021.
Vivek Ramaswamy, a long-shot 2024 contender, is lavishly wealthy and astoundingly confident. He also promises to exert breathtaking power in ways that Donald Trump never did.
“End” this, “shut down” that, “annihilate” the other thing. A political newcomer promises to outdo Donald Trump.