• Ted Cruz: Making U.S. women eligible to be drafted is 'nuts'

    Ted Cruz Feb 5

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    Ted Cruz told a New Hampshire audience Sunday that requiring women to sign up for the draft is "nuts," breaking with the views of several Republican presidential rivals.

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  • Donald Trump: I 'wouldn't be happy' with 2nd

    Donald Trump campaigns in New Hampshire, Feb. 7., 2016

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    Donald Trump said Sunday that he "wouldn't be happy" if he came in second place in the New Hampshire primary.

    The comment stands in stark contrast to how the Republican presidential front-runner has addressed the New Hampshire primary in the week sinc...

  • Gloria Steinem apologizes for being 'misinterpreted'

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    Gloria Steinem, in a Facebook post on Sunday morning, walked back pro-Hillary Clinton comments critics contend are patronizing toward young women.

  • New Hampshire looming, 2016 hopefuls make their case


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    With just days to go before New Hampshire voters head to the polls for the first-in-the-nation primary, top presidential candidates from both parties sat down with CNN's Jake Tapper for Sunday's CNN "State of the Union."

  • Clinton win shrinks with new Iowa results

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    The slim margin by which Hillary Clinton won the Iowa caucuses shrank even narrower Sunday.

  • Jeb Bush calls Donald Trump a loser

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    A very fired up Jeb Bush brought a New Hampshire crowd to its feet Sunday, when he called Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump a loser.

  • How the race changed five 2016 candidates

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    When CNN's Jake Tapper sat down individually with five White House candidates for Sunday's "State of the Union," he asked each of them how the 2016 race has changed them.

  • Trump draft status could be an issue in S.C.

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    The final push in New Hampshire, new wrinkles as the 2016 campaign heads south and a glimpse of possible presidential campaigns to come filled our special campaign trail edition of the "Inside Politics" forecast.

  • Clinton on sexism: 'We are still living with a double standard'

    Hillary Clinton Feb. 6, 2016

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    Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton said Sunday the only way for women to deal with the "double standard" in the way female candidates are treated by pundits is to "keep forging through it."

  • Clinton, Sanders war over Wall Street escalates

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    The war over Wall Street between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton escalated Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union," where both candidates defended their records.

  • Kasich downplays Dem joke, says in 'lane of my own'

    John Kasich at NH debate

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    John Kasich argued Sunday that he's not running in the "establishment lane" in New Hampshire, while downplaying a joke he made that he would be better off running in the Democratic primary.

  • Clinton: 'No acceptable' level of lead for kids

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    Shortly before flying to Flint, Michigan, to see the damage from the lead water crisis there, Hillary Clinton told CNN Sunday that there is "no acceptable" amount of lead in water for kids.

  • Republican debate: Best ratings of 2016

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    Bucking a trend of declining debate ratings, ABC's Saturday night GOP faceoff was the highest rated debate so far in 2016, according to overnight Nielsen ratings data.

  • Christie: 'Whole race changed' after debate

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    Chris Christie spotlighted his high-profile shutdown of Marco Rubio at Saturday's Republican debate, saying Sunday it effectively ended the "chattering class" anointment of the Florida senator.

  • Trump would push waterboarding, does not see NH as must-win

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    Donald Trump said Sunday he would "go through a process" to end waterboarding's status as a war crime in order to use it against ISIS if he is elected president.

  • Trump's lead in New Hampshire grows, while Sanders' edge shrinks

    Donald Trump speaks to the media in the spin room after the CNBC Republican Presidential Debate.

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    Donald Trump holds a growing lead in New Hampshire, according to the latest CNN/WMUR tracking poll, while on the Democratic side, Bernie Sanders' still-wide lead is a bit smaller.

  • CNN to hold Democratic presidential debate in Flint, Michigan

    Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton during their MSNBC Democratic Candidates Debate at the University of New Hampshire on Feb. 4, 2016.

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    Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will debate next month in Flint, Michigan, a city thrust into the national spotlight after it was discovered residents were drinking toxic tap water.

  • Bernie Sanders and 'SNL' debut 'Bern Your Enthusiasm'



    "Saturday Night Live" finally proved that Bernie Sanders and Larry David aren't the same person.

    The Democratic presidential candidate appeared alongside Larry David in a sketch that found the two on the Titanic.

    David's character argued that women and...

  • Eminent domain puts Trump at odds with 2016ers

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    Donald Trump was once again playing defense for his position on eminent domain, a stance that is out of step with much of the conservative movement and has been rich fodder for both Jeb Bush and Ted Cruz.

  • Ted Cruz misstates CNN's reporting at Republican debate

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    Sen. Ted Cruz knowingly misstated CNN's reporting during Saturday's Republican primary debate, despite the fact that CNN's reporting was correct all along.

    Cruz blamed CNN for a message his campaign sent to supporters the night of the Iowa caucuses su...

  • Clinton courts Sanders fans in New Hampshire

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    Hillary Clinton is shedding some of the caution that has been a trademark over three decades in public life as she urgently tries to surpass rival Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire.

  • Candidates under fire at GOP debate

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    Marco Rubio struggled on Saturday to fend off a string of searing attacks from Chris Christie as the Florida senator's establishment rivals tried to halt his campaign surge by branding him as too inexperienced and unaccomplished to be president.

  • Analysis: Clintons earned $153 million from speeches

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    Hillary Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, combined to earn more than $153 million in paid speeches from 2001 until Hillary Clinton launched her presidential campaign last spring, a CNN analysis shows.

  • Gloria Steinem: Young women back Sanders so they can meet 'boys'

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    Feminist icon -- and Hillary Clinton supporter -- Gloria Steinem says young women are supporting Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders because "the boys are with Bernie."

  • Bush on Trump: 'The guy needs therapy'

    Jeb Bush in Iowa

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    Just hours before Saturday night's Republican debate in New Hampshire, Jeb Bush fired up his biggest crowd to date with digs against rival Donald Trump and exuded blunt confidence when addressing concerns about his family name.


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