The campaigns of the "outsider" candidates: Ted Cruz, Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump, prepare for the Iowa caucuses.
Sen. Marco Rubio, Gov. Chris Christie, former Gov. Jeb Bush and Gov. John Kashich prepare for the New Hampshire primary.
Angst and drama leading up to Iowa caucuses; a showdown is brewing between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton.
Inside the Iowa fallout and the momentum leading into New Hampshire's primary.
Following New Hampshire, candidates prepare for hard truths coming up in South Carolina and Nevada.
The campaigns head toward the final stretch in Nevada and South Carolina, and anxiety grows about high stakes.
Now that the field has been narrowed to the "Big Five," the campaigns focus on playing to their strengths across the country.
Following big wins for the front runners on Super Tuesday, the other candidates come to terms with the results.
Rubio, Kasich and Sanders hope they can find success in Florida and Ohio, and gather enough momentum to force a brokered convention.
While Rubio gets trumped in Florida, the rest of the candidates remain cautiously optimistic.
As foreign policy comes to the fore can Trump and Clinton handle the heat?
Ahead of a Wisconsin showdown the candidates crisscross the state in pursuit of competing agendas.
Catch-up on the electrifying first twelve weeks of the 2016 presidential race with Mark Halperin, John Heilemann and Mark McKinnon.
While the nation celebrates Independence Day, Trump and Clinton engage in their own fireworks.
Trump auditions Chris Christie, Mike Pence and Newt Gingrich for vice president.
Donald Trump is declared the Republican presidential nominee; Melania Trump delivers a speech.
The Democrats make Hillary Clinton a historic nominee; Clinton and Kaine have work to do.
As members of his party start to publicly jump ship, can Trump find a way to close the gap with Clinton or will he just fall further behind?
With Clinton's pneumonia and scrutiny surrounding Trump's medical records, the question of their fitness to lead takes a physical turn.
As Clinton and Trump prepare for their first debate, their campaigns target the swing states.
Preparations for the debate; the candidates cede the spotlight to those who cover the news.
With the fallout from the second debate and the scandal surrounding the new audio tape, could this be the final nail in Trump's coffin?
Amid claims of foreign intervention and widespread hacking, Clinton faces what might be her toughest opponent to date: WikiLeaks.
Clinton bets on the man who has the potential to sway swing states to her side: Joe Biden.
Both campaigns make a case in "far-fetched battlegrounds."
The campaigns leading up to Election Day and the results that followed.