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 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.
Man, Ted Cruz has had himself a weird week
It's a lot of odd things.
Bernie Sanders, Ted Cruz to debate Obamacare on CNN
Rumble in the (healthcare policy weeds) jungle.
Sad Ted Cruz cold-calling for Donald Trump is sad
What a cruel twist of fate.
Ted Cruz endorses Donald Trump in Facebook post
Ted Cruz announced his endorsement for Donald Trump after saying he would not support a man who attacked his family.
Trump spokeswoman Katrina Pierson explains why she opposes Black Lives Matter
Trump's chief surrogate, a fan of Malcolm X, says she supports changes through local election politics.
The 8 big reasons people don’t like Donald Trump
Trump is a divisive figure—and his presidency has done little to change that.
Ted Cruz refuses to endorse Donald Trump, gets booed by RNC crowd
“What if this, right now, is our last time?” asked Cruz before being booed off stage in Cleveland.
A voter’s guide to the Republican National Convention
Republicans gather in Cleveland on July 18.
These are the presidential candidates teens loved the most this election season
Here's a look back at the presidential hopefuls and their greatest teen moments.
Conservative senators call for a stop to U.S. secession of control over key Internet functions
'The proposal will significantly increase the power of foreign governments over the Internet.'