It was an early night for projecting the winners of New Hampshire's presidential primary election. On Tuesday night and through early Wednesday morning, the votes showed an easy win for Republican front-runner Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.
Often dubbed "the world's greatest deliberative body," the U.S. Senate often functions like a high school, and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is the kid who does not show up for class, GOP presidential hopeful Chris Christie quipped on Jan. 11.
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump kicked off the week by bashing his Democratic counterpart Hillary Clinton and her husband, his GOP rival Chris Christie, as well as the largest newspaper in New Hampshire.
The second Republican presidential primary debate is tonight, and the show could set new records for cable news. Two debates are set for Wednesday evening in California, where Latinos are the majority.
Republican presidential hopeful and New Jersey governor Chris Christie made an unusual analogy to explain how he would combat undocumented immigration at a campaign stop over the weekend: Christie said he would track immigrants like FedEx packages.
In continuing our mission to amplify the voice of the Latino community, Latin Post captured the reactions, thoughts and opinions of people following the first Republican presidential debate, which occurred on Aug. 6, from Cleveland, Ohio. The GOP debate covered topics including immigration, the economy and jobs, the Islamic State militant group and electability.
The first Republican presidential primary debate concluded, and while many GOP campaigns are claiming victory, everyone definitely has an opinion about the issues -- or the lack thereof - and the participating candidates.