• Rubio slams opponents in South Carolina

    Marco Rubio campaigning in South Carolina, Feb. 11, 2016

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    Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio turned up the heat on his opponents -- proactively calling them out by name -- while campaigning in South Carolina on Thursday.

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  • Clinton seeks debate bounce after New Hampshire rout

    Hillary Clinton in NH

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    Hillary Clinton has one goal in Thursday's Democratic presidential debate: Stop Bernie Sanders.

  • Congressman vapes during hearing

    Rep. Duncan Hunter

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    Rep. Duncan Hunter wasn't blowing "smoke" when he made his case against an amendment to ban vaping on planes.

  • Lewis questions Sanders' civil rights cred

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    Democratic Rep. John Lewis on Thursday questioned the extent of Bernie Sanders' participation in the civil rights movement after an event where the Congressional Black Caucus political action committee endorsed Hillary Clinton.

  • Trump pulls Cruz ad, puts up positive spot

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

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    Donald Trump is pulling an ad hitting Ted Cruz for his stance on immigration and replacing it with a positive spot in South Carolina.

  • Rubio's tax plan would cost at least $6.8 trillion

    Marco Rubio in New Hampshire


    Marco Rubio would give tax cuts to everyone.

  • CBC PAC stands behind Clinton ahead of South Carolina

    Hillary Clinton in Des Moines, Iowa

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    Hillary Clinton on Thursday captured a vital endorsement from a key African-American political power bloc just at the moment she needed it most as she seeks to shore up her expected fortress of minority voters from a surging Bernie Sanders.

    The endors...

  • Judge: State must release remaining Clinton emails on rolling basis

    Hillary Clinton

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    A federal judge has ordered the State Department to release Hillary Clinton's remaining work-related emails in four installments over the next three weeks.

    The order by Judge Rudolph Contreras comes just hours after the State Department proposed relea...

  • For Ted Cruz, it's still all about Rubio -- and cash

    Ted Cruz in Hollis, NH

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    Ted Cruz's associates, allies and donors are preparing for a streetfight in South Carolina and long slog to the Republican nomination, remaining as concerned as ever about the long-term threat posed by Marco Rubio despite the damage inflicted to him ...

  • Clinton, Bush biggest recipients of Pharma donations

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    When former Turing Pharmaceutical CEO Martin Shkreli announced that he was increasing the price of an HIV drug called Daraprim by nearly 5,000%, he turned the cost of prescription drugs into a political issue.

  • Sanders on Colbert: 'The revolution will literally be televised'

    Bernie Sanders on Late Show

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    Bernie Sanders' New Hampshire victory lap extended to CBS' "Late Show" on Wednesday, where he finished host Stephen Colbert's opening monologue by announcing, "Last night, Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire primary by 22 points -- no joke!"

  • 5 things to watch: Democratic debate night

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    Hillary Clinton built one of the best-organized campaigns in history -- and so far, she has one narrow win and one blowout loss to show for it.

    Now that Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has proven he's a serious threat to Clinton's bid for the Democratic ...

  • Inside Chris Christie's failed campaign

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    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie poured everything he had into New Hampshire, clawing his way up the polls in a crowded field and Donald Trump-dominated year while tainted by scandal back home.

    And Marco Rubio threatened to take it all away.

    In the las...

  • Kasich: I won't win South Carolina

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    Fresh off his strong second-place finish in New Hampshire, Ohio Gov. John Kasich on Wednesday said he has no plans to win in South Carolina, though he expects to do well there.

    "Yes, we're going to compete here. We don't expect to win here," Kasich to...

  • Sanders raised $6.4 million after NH polls closed

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    Bernie Sanders raised $6.4 million in the 24 hours since the polls closed in New Hampshire, his campaign said Wednesday.

    The large haul, which bests the $3 million he raised after his narrow loss to Hillary Clinton in Iowa, is further evidence of the ...

  • 4 takeaways from Janet Yellen's testimony

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    Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and Congress don't see eye to eye.

    Yellen testified for over three hours before the House Financial Services Committee Wednesday and lawmakers heavily criticized the Fed's monetary policy, the state of the economy a...

  • GOP establishment braces for SC showdown

    Marco Rubio in South Carolina

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    Donald Trump's dominance in the New Hampshire primary is sparking a feverish battle in South Carolina for someone to emerge as the establishment favorite.

  • Jay Carney: Obama supports Hillary Clinton

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    President Barack Obama's former White House press secretary says the President has a preference in the Democratic primary to replace him: Hillary Clinton.

    Obama has maintained neutrality in the primary and recently met with Clinton's opponent, Vermont...

  • Bernie Sanders tastes 'the Yearn'

    Bernie's Yearning Ice Cream

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    Bernie feels "the Yearn." Or at least, he tasted it.

    On ABC's "The View" on Wednesday, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders had a chance to try ice cream called "Bernie's Yearning."

    Ben & Jerry's co-founder Ben Cohen created 40 pints of the ice cream in his own...

  • Carson staying in race, sees South Carolina victory

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    Ben Carson said Wednesday he will be staying in the Republican race, despite a poor showing in New Hampshire, and is hoping to win big in South Carolina.

  • Janet Yellen: Market turmoil and dollar could hurt economy

    Fed chairwoman sticking with first hike since '06

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    Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen sees warning signs ahead for the U.S. economy.

  • Obama confronts political failure on campaign anniversary



    Even as he works to accentuate eight years of achievements, President Barack Obama paused Wednesday to highlight where he readily admits he's failed.

    Returning to Springfield, Illinois, the site of his presidential campaign launch nine years ago to th...

  • Candidates: South Carolina, here we come

    Trump and Jeb

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    The relentless march of the White House race headed south Wednesday, following a tumultuous New Hampshire primary that left both parties facing a long, punishing process to choose their nominee.

    Republican Donald Trump basked in the glory of a win he ...

  • Carly Fiorina suspends campaign for president

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    Carly Fiorina is ending her Republican presidential bid, the former Hewlett-Packard CEO announced on Facebook Wednesday.

  • 'Fight for $15' protest planned for Democratic debate

    Millenials turn up heat against low wages

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    Fast food and other low paid workers will take their "Fight for $15" minimum wage demands to the Democratic debate on Thursday.


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