Donald Trump is making his own rules for campaigning in Iowa and New Hampshire.
“By definition, they do nothing,” Christie said of senators running for White House.
Trump said that the New Hampshire Union-Leader's Joe McQuaid is boosting Chris Christie.
Hillary Clinton, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio look to personalize well-wishes to supporters.
“You say you oppose spending but do nothing about it,” Christie said.
Sens. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz traded barbs and Rubio came out on top.
"Maybe Jeb and I were listening to different things," he said.
The governor said that "radical Islamist jihadists everyday are trying to kill Americans."
“It is a recipe for disaster," Paul said of Christie's proposed policy toward Russia.
A law firm billed the state $8 million since it was hired to defend Gov. Chris Christie.
“You can’t, in these dangerous times, take tools away from the government," Christie said.
Rubio could be well-positioned to consolidate center-right GOP support.
Right to Rise's ad is going up in the early-voting state of New Hampshire.
Joe McQuaid claims Trump is sore about not winning endorsement.
Trump pledged to fix the “corruption and incompetence” in the Department of Veterans Affairs.
What should we make of campaign promises regarding regulation?
Rubio is polling well in four states, but victory is guaranteed nowhere.
His portrayal of parents at yesterday's Republican debate needs some updating.
"If you’re willing to close a bridge down, it goes to judgment," Paul says.
"I don’t back away from that position for a minute," Christie said.
Christie rips Rubio, Cruz and Paul in debate.
"Don’t try to make it some self-righteous act of patriotism," he said of Rubio's explanation.
Christie now takes second place in the state, but Trump is at his highest support yet.
Christie has denied having knowledge of the controversial bridge closing.