Domenico Montanaro - NPR
Donald Trump's 11-point victory over his last major GOP challenger, Nikki Haley, signals the start of his rematch against President Joe Biden.
Donald Trump received more than half the vote in Monday's caucuses, as the GOP base remains committed to him despite his criminal indictments.
The president drew a clear distinction with House Republicans, baiting them into several moments of hectoring, while seemingly getting them to agree to not cut Social Security or Medicare.
Donald Trump, who tried to overthrow the results of the 2020 presidential election and inspired a deadly riot at the Capitol in a desperate attempt to keep power, will run again for president in 2024.
There's still a lot we don't know, but one thing we do know is that Republicans did not have the night they were hoping for.
Heading into the final week of voting, some of Democrats' key base voters' levels of enthusiasm are far below that of Republican-base voter groups, a recent poll found.
The committee transported the audience back to Jan. 6 with video of what happened that day. It also made a strong case that former President Trump was responsible for what happened.
Biden's first formal State of the Union address focused on Ukraine, inflation, the coronavirus pandemic and a four-point "Unity Agenda."
Surveys have shown Trump supporters are the least likely to say they have been vaccinated or plan to be.