Michael Bolton's greatest hits.
Cruz tweets out the literal jumping the shark scene.
Jackson questioned Trump's integrity on the golf course.
The Republican presidential candidate said there's no constitutional right to threaten force and violence.
Three staffers, including the campaign manager and communications director, resigned effective immediately on New Year's Eve.
Clinton announced the news Monday on Twitter.
Clinton's comment during Saturday night's debate drew a rebuke from Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush on Twitter.
The Democratic front-runner hit Trump hard at Saturday night's debate over his rhetoric on Muslims.
BuzzFeed News correspondent Evan McMorris-Santoto reporting from Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire.
He's a maniac, maaaaniac on the flooor. And he's dancing like he's never danced before.
The current process to resettle refugees in the United States takes on average between 18 to 24 months.
The director of the International Organization for Migration says more migrants and an unprecedented backlash against them have created the "perfect storm" for refugees.
“This is not conservatism."
Texas will proceed with its overall challenge, however, asking for a hearing by Dec. 9 on their request for an injunction that would stop further resettlements until certain conditions are met.
"[W]e have reached an impasse and will now let the courts decide," Texas official tells BuzzFeed News.
"When I was in college, we had a machine in the bathroom. You put 50 cents in and voila!"
Not what his neighbors thought. Cruz was trying "to make the point that we don't have all the details," a spokesperson says.
Donald Trump said earlier this week that there would be "no choice" but to shut down some mosques and raised the possibility of registering Muslims.
Governors lack any real control over placement decisions in the "federal program carried out under the authority of federal law," as federal officials said Tuesday, but those governors could nonetheless frustrate efforts at resettlement within their borders.
The Louisiana governor's campaign never gained traction in the crowded GOP presidential primary.