4 Things To Know: Trump & Kasich; Wall Street; Home & Garden Show & MoreIt's Friday and we're all looking forward to the weekend, but here are the four things you need to know about for Feb. 24.
Kasich To End Run For White House, Clearing Way For TrumpJohn Kasich plans to end his bid for the White House, making Donald Trump the presumptive Republican nominee for president.
In Mpls., Kasich Slams Obama Over Response To Brussels AttacksRepublican presidential candidate John Kasich was in the Twin Cities on Tuesday, and he sharply criticized the president Barack Obama's handling of the Belgian terror attack.
Trump, Cruz Clawing For Victory In Iowa’s Leadoff CaucusA new phase in the fight for the Republican Party's soul begins Monday night as Iowa voters decide whether they prefer Donald Trump's aggressive populist politics or Ted Cruz's fiery conservativism in the GOP's opening presidential primary contest of 2016.
Palin Endorsement Gives Trump A Conservative BoostIf the Republican Party is on the verge of an implosion, Sarah Palin may have been the one who lit the fuse. Palin's complicated relationship with GOP leaders over the past eight years is a microcosm of the party's broader struggles with its most restive members. What started with an embrace by party leaders evolved into wary tolerance, followed by a potentially irreparable split.
Republican Establishment Losing Hope On Winning IowaAfter months of predicting a comeback for their preferred candidates, Republican establishment leaders now concede the first two contests of the presidential race, in Iowa and New Hampshire early next month, are Donald Trump's and Ted Cruz's to lose.
What To Watch Ahead Of Iowa's CaucusesAn enormous field of GOP candidates, still a dozen strong with a month to go before the leadoff Iowa caucuses on Feb. 1. The billionaire outsider who has tapped into the anger and fears of a nervous nation. A son and brother of presidents who is struggling to connect with voters despite his tremendous financial advantage.
Walker Touts New Health Care Plan At Minn. Factory Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker's plan for replacing President Barack Obama's health care law would extend refundable tax credits to help pay for private health insurance based on age instead of income, restructure Medicaid and allow people to shop for insurance across state lines.
GOP Scorecard: How The Candidates Fared In 1st DebateOn a crowded debate stage, 10 Republican candidates for president sought breakout moments and tried to avoid missteps that could sink their White House hopes at this early stage. Here's a look at how they fared during the first Republican debate of the 2016 campaign.
Scott Walker Takes Another Step Toward Presidential RunStepping closer to an all-but-inevitable White House bid, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has created a "testing the waters" committee that allows him to raise money for a presidential campaign.
In Midwest, GOP Shrinks From Union Battles Fifteen months after taking control of Minnesota's Legislature, Republicans have put a gay marriage ban on this November's ballot, moved to expand gun rights and cast dozens of votes to cut state spending. But there's one issue where they failed to get traction: watering down the strength of organized labor with a right-to-work law.