A friend of Cruz studying in a yeshiva in Israel claims his rabbi is quite fond of the senator's newly grown beard saying it will 'put the fear of the Lord into Israel’s enemies'
U.S. president pledges support for the victims and their families. Pompeo: 'This holiday marks victory for religious freedom' ■ Canada's Trudeau: 'We cannot waver in defending dignity'
O’Rourke, a little-known El Paso congressman, became a national political sensation and is now being named a potential candidate for president in 2020
'You know what? We honestly don’t care if Ted Cruz wants to insult us. If anything, being attacked by Ted Cruz is a badge of honor'
The Jerusalem Embassy and Recognition Act would withhold certain funds from the State Department until the move is completed.
During the heated primary battle, Trump had insulted Cruz's wife, Heidi, for her physical appearance and suggested that the senator's father was linked to late President John F. Kennedy's assassin.
Cruz's prime-time, televised snub of Donald Trump at the Republican National Convention was the moment when America's most extreme Republican became a heroic voice of conscience.
'I am not in the habit of supporting people who attack my wife and attack my father,' says Cruz of Trump.
Texas senator's failure to back the Republican presidential candidate instantly overshadowed everything else that took place at the convention on Wednesday.
Once a supporter of the Texas senator, Sheldon Adelson has thrown his weight behind Donald Trump.
Anti-Trump Republican delegate Ken Cuccinelli told Reuters he escorted Cruz's wife, Heidi, off the floor of the Republican National Convention out of concern for her safety.
So far it's just limited chatter, at least publicly. But with party leaders already flashing mixed messages about the billionaire's candidacy, any more rhetorical bombs that Trump tosses could cause opposition to him to snowball.
Clinton campaign hopes 'same old, same old' will emerge as one of its strengths. Here’s a look at five top Middle East advisers and the chops they could carry into a Clinton administration.
'I'm going to tell you what I really think of Donald Trump.'
Trump virtually clinches Republican presidential nomination; Bernie Sanders wins Indiana Democratic primary.
Preparing to compete against Hillary Clinton, the Republican Party seeks to salvage support among female voters.
Cruz cannot reach the delegate threshold needed to count Trump out, but still hopes to stop the frontrunner and lead the party to a contested convention.
Republican Cruz slams rival Trump's foreign policy: 'I am the only candidate running who will rip the Iranian deal to shreds.'
Donald Trump and his allies have begun a parallel effort to his campaign in case he fails to obtain the nomination at the Republican Party national convention in Cleveland later this year.
Aiming to stop Trump from grabbing the nomination, Cruz woos members with support for their long-time issues, such as lower taxes and a harder line on immigration.
Former Indiana Hoosiers coach, known for his brash and sometimes controversial manner, appeared with Trump at an Indianapolis rally less than a week before Indiana primary.
In a highly unusual move, state Senator Dick Black says he's in Syria to 'restore peace and prevent the slaughter of Christians.'
Trump calls unusually early announcement 'a desperate attempt to save a failing campaign by an all-talk, no-action politician.'
Trump's 'royal flush' against Cruz and Kasich, and Clinton's 'four aces' in the so-called 'Acela Primaries' herald an impending passage to a new phase in the election: from an internal campaign to all-out war against each other.
Trump declares himself 'presumptive nominee' after sweeping five states, while Clinton carries four, ceding Rhode Island to Sanders; Cruz and Kasich vow to keep running.
Trump says he considers himself the 'presumptive nominee' of the Republican Party; Chris Van Hollen wins Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate in Maryland; Sanders links Clinton to Trump in latest fundraising pitch.
Continued struggles in acquiring delegates forced the real-estate mogul to reorganize his entire team. This week's East Coast primaries will show if it made any difference.
With close to 10 percent of the vote, Jewish Americans could play pivotal role in the Democrats’ fierce senatorial contest in Maryland.
On the campaign trail presidential hopefuls try hard to appeal to everyone, eating a popular local food or discussing local sports can often do just that - other times it backfires.
Bethlehem would have been a bastion of support for the presidential hopeful a few decades ago, but hope has sprung eternal even as the steel plant's furnaces rust.