GOP Debate

The remaining republican presidential candidates prepare to go to battle tonight in Detroit minus one non-politician on the debate stage who reportedly ‘sees no path forward’ and preps to end his campaign, while back here in Indy, metro police investigate a rush hour crash involving an IndyGo bus, and one family’s cat saves their lives. I have […]

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana House Bill 1019, which would conceal access to police video – at the discretion of the police department – has made it…

Though full of zingers, one-liners, fireworks, fiery rhetoric, and vitriol, Martin and his panel sought to make sense and find substance in the previous night's political slugfest.

At Tuesday's fourth GOP debate, Donald Trump and Ben Carson said the problem is that entry-level wages are too high.

The Republican presidential candidates will go head-to-head again tonight during the third GOP debate. While there are still 10 Republicans looking to become the next president, candidates Donald Trump and Ben Carson have been dominating the polls.

Donald Trump and Ben Carson gave lackadaisical performances at the debate at the Reagan Library in Simi Valley, California.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump captured most of the headlines following the first GOP debate... for all the wrong reasons.

PolitickerOne: Trump, Carson, Walker and Paul all dropped the ball on race during the GOP's primetime debate. Plus: Carly Fiorina owns happy hour debate and trends on Google

Thursday evening’s GOP Debate devoted less than a minute to police brutality and the “Black Lives Matter” movement. According to the International Business Times, Wisconsin Gov. Scott…

The 2016 presidential race is shaping out to be harder to predict by the day, even as Democratic Party front-runner Hilary Clinton is predicted by a…

Local restaurants are taking advantage of the Republican convention by hosting watch parties. The Young Conservatives for Energy Reform, the Ohio Conservative Energy Forum, and…

PolitickerOne: President Obama and prominent Black clergy leaders plan to push for the restoration of the Voting Rights Act. Martin Luther King III spoke exclusively with NewsOne.