Race to the White House 2016
David Bauder 10:42 AM Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders made a cameo appearance on Saturday Night Live three days before the New Hampshire primary, appearing in a skit with host Larry David, the comic who has done a dead-on impersonation of him.
During Saturday's Republican debate, Senator Marco Rubio sounded more like a broken record than a rising presidential front-runner. Here's why.
The Florida senator has presented himself as a Republican bright young hope but his background is of a party insider.
Marco Rubio, 44, has spent most of his adult life involved in politics.
Margaret Talev and Jennifer Epstein In a rivalry largely untainted by personal sniping, Hillary Clinton's team seeks points of difference with surging senator.
Amy Tennery Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has accused rival Ted Cruz of stealing a victory in the Iowa caucuses and called for another vote or nullification of Cruz's win.
American politics are being transformed during the current presidential contest and it is impossible to say at present just where they will end up – let alone which of the still surviving candidates will win the White House.
Amy Tennery and Gina Cherelus Real estate mogul, who averages about 17 tweets per day, disappeared from Twitter for about 15 hours after Iowa result.
Nick Allen Iowa results increase senator's chances of becoming a standard-bearer for moderate Republicans.
Jenny Starrs and Justin Wm. Moyer Letting chance decide, even in a small way, who becomes president sounds bizarre, but it didn't just happen eight years ago. It happened on Monday night, too.
Nick O'Malley It could be argued that Donald Trump lost to two rival Republicans on Monday night.
Marcus Strom and Kate Aubusson The US presidential race kicks off today in Iowa. The winners here gain much needed momentum in their bid for the White House. In this mid-West state it's Clinton v Sanders for the Democrats and Trump v Cruz for Republicans.
Nate Cohn Voters in Iowa cast the first ballots of the 2016 presidential election in caucuses across the state on Monday, US time. Here's a guide to understanding the results.
Glenn Kessler Washington: All politicians like to brag about their abilities and achievements. But rarely has a presidential hopeful emerged like Donald Trump, who consistently touts his resume and plans for the nation in sweeping and over-the-top terms.
Trip Gabriel A former paid organiser for Donald Trump who was fired in January has accused his presidential campaign of sex discrimination.
Andrew Roberts The only time I met Donald Trump told me all I needed to know. It was at an American Red Cross dinner-dance to raise money to fight cancer, held at his opulent Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach a few years ago.
Michelle Conlin and Grant Smith The big spending favourite of the Republican Party establishment is getting little bang for his buck.
Nick O'Malley At times the Trump-less debate served as a window into the campaign we all expected to see before it was hijacked by Trump.
Nick O'Malley Donald Trump's dispute with Fox News and unease about Ted Cruz expose party establishment's weaknesses.