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Everything You Need to Know About Ben Carson, Trump's Pick for HUD Secretary
Name: Benjamin Solomon "Ben" Carson Party: Republican Date of Birth: September 18, 1951 What He Does Now: Carson is a vice chairman on the Trump transition team. He's also the national chairman of "My Faith Votes." Along with his wife, Carson is the co-founder of the Carson Scholars Fund , a
2016 Vice Presidential Debate
Vice Presidential candidates Sen. Tim Kaine and Gov. Mike Pence met at Longwood University in Farmville, Va.
Tim Kaine, Mike Pence Debate Religion, Abortion
Sen. Tim Kaine and Gov. Mike Pence discussed Donald Trump's comments about punishing women who choose to have an abortion.
7 Potential Running Mates for Donald Trump
Donald Trump is not yet the Republican presidential nominee, and he may not end up winning the 1,237 delegates needed to secure the nomination before this summer’s GOP convention. If he doesn't, he may be ousted at the convention in favor of another contender. But, then again, he may end up being
Obama Strikes Heisman Pose With Alabama’s Derrick Henry
President Obama struck the Heisman pose with this season’s Heisman trophy winner, Derrick Henry, a star running back from the University of Alabama. Following the National Prayer Breakfast at the Washington Hilton today, the president greeted each person seated at the head table, when he worked his
Obama Finishing Trifecta of Events Defending Religious Liberty
President Obama and the first lady are attending the National Prayer Breakfast at the Washington Hilton this morning, where the president continues his defense of religious liberty. After visiting a U.S. mosque for the first time as president Wednesday, the president’s planned remarks at the
Inside the Life of Presidential Candidate Ben Carson
The GOP candidate's memoir, "Gifted Hands," was turned into a TV movie starring Cuba Gooding Jr.
National Security Takes Center Stage at Iowa GOP Dinner
There was food, drink and plenty of glad-handing, but national security tough-talk stole the show in Iowa. After a week of questions about Jeb Bush and how to view the Iraq war in hindsight, most of the notable Republican candidates and potential candidates took the stage at the Iowa Events Center
EXCLUSIVE: American Prisoner in Iran Taunted After Obama's White House Correspondents' Dinner Speech
Just hours after President Obama used his appearance at the White House Correspondents' Dinner to call for the release of an American journalist held prisoner in Iran, another American held at the same prison was taunted by Iranian prison guards who told him the president did not mention his name,