The junior senator of Texas, Ted Cruz is a Republican candidate for president of the United States. Prior to his time in the United States Senate, Cruz served as director of the Office of Public Planning at the Federal Trade Commission, associate attorney general at the Justice Department, and domestic policy advisor under President George W. Bush.
Ted Cruz called out for supporting Roy Moore, blasting Al Franken in same interview
Cruz said voters should decide the fate of Roy Moore, but the case of Al Franken is 'very serious.'
Amid NFL protests, right-wing media finds its own Colin Kaepernick
Everyone from Ted Cruz to Tomi Lohren is showing 'respect' for Villanueva.
‘We’re All Gonna Die,’ ep. 16: Amnesty Don and his band of MAGA misfits
Congratulations, America. We survived another week.
Here are the porn stars who inspired Ted Cruz’s most embarrassing Twitter moment
One isn't surprised that Cruz is a hypocrite—though she leans Republican herself.
What every American should know about the Senate Judiciary Committee
This is one of the most important committees in Congress.
Ted Cruz: Houston will be saved by U.S. Coast Guard’s rippling muscles
'These are guys that know their way around a weight room.'
Radical members of Congress have more Facebook followers, Pew study finds
Can you guess who has the biggest following on Facebook?
Republicans, Democrats denounce racism in Charlottesville
Some Republican lawmakers were much more forceful than their president.
Ted Cruz tried to join Alyssa Milano’s group hug and got shut down
Even on Twitter, no one wants to hug Ted Cruz.
Ted Cruz wins the Ben Sasse Twitter roast with a sick romper burn
Ted Cruz continues to make tweets on Twitter that aren't bad.
Sally Yates and Ted Cruz spar over legality of Trump’s travel ban
Yates had some quick responses to Ted Cruz's rebuke of her handling on President Trump's controversial travel ban.
Ted Cruz won’t say whether the American public can trust Donald Trump
He would not answer a yes or no question.