Sen. Ted Cruz, who for months last year embraced Donald Trump as a force for good in the Republican presidential race, unburdened himself as never before on Tuesday in a searing, personal barrage hours before the Indiana primary.
The temporary alliance between Sen. Ted Cruz and Gov. John Kasich of Ohio, formed to deny Donald Trump the Republican presidential nomination, was already in danger of fraying to the point of irrelevance, only hours after it was announced to great fanfare.
Sen. Ted Cruz and Gov. John Kasich of Ohio have agreed to coordinate in future primary contests in a last-ditch effort to deny Donald Trump the Republican presidential nomination.
Of all the alliances being forged over opposition to Donald Trumps bid for the nomination, few are as unlikely as that of Ted Cruz and his partys elite donor establishment.
Sen. Marco Rubio, alarmed by Donald Trumps ascendancy and worried that his presidential chances were slipping away, unleashed a barrage of attacks on the real estate moguls business ethics, hiring practices and financial achievements in Thursdays debate.
Ready or not, voting for president begins in Iowa on Monday.
Jeb Bush invited a firestorm on Friday by saying that stuff happens in reference to renewed calls for gun control after tragedies like the mass shooting in Oregon.
As investigators continued to search for clues as to why a Metro-North Railroad passenger train flew off the tracks on Sunday, killing four people and injuring dozens more, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said Monday that it appeared that the train was traveling too fast as it hit a curve in the tracks.