by Emily Atkin Sep 16, 2015
All three candidates backed up their argument against climate action by using a factually murky claim.
by Alice Ollstein Sep 14, 2015
Walker says he'll eliminate the National Labor Relations Board, ban federal worker unions, and repeal prevailing wage laws nationwide.
by Alice Ollstein Aug 31, 2015
He said the U.S. should explore building a wall on its more than 4,000-mile long northern border with Canada, calling it a "legitimate issue."
by Katie Valentine Aug 30, 2015
Walker said that law enforcement in New Hampshire have raised "legitimate concerns" about that issue to him.
by Kira Lerner Aug 28, 2015
Rubio and Walker deny that climate change is a human rights issue.
by Kira Lerner Aug 27, 2015
Their campaigns claim it's not a conflict of interest.
by Jack Jenkins Aug 25, 2015
“It’s unpresidential for Walker to make these comments. They’re deeply disturbing.”
by Casey Quinlan Aug 24, 2015
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said the consumer should be able to decide what they pay for when it comes to college tuition.
by Kay Steiger Aug 23, 2015
The presidential candidate has been on something of a journey.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Aug 22, 2015
He went on, "I’m here to talk to voters in New Hampshire about things that matter.”