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GOP Candidates Embrace SC Gov's Call on Confederate Flag

By Steve Peoples and Lisa Lerer | Jun 23
Republicans with presidential aspirations rushed Monday to embrace South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley's call to remove the Confederate flag from the grounds of the state capitol

White Supremacist Donated to GOP Presidential Candidates

Jun 22
The leader of a white supremacist group cited by Charleston church murder suspect Dylann Roof made $65,000 in donations to Republicans, including several to Republican presidential candidates, The Guardian newspaper reported Sunday night.

Huckabee: Confederate Battle Flag Should Be Up to State

By Kevin Freking | Jun 21
Republican Mike Huckabee and other GOP presidential contenders are staying clear of the Confederate flag debate in South Carolina, saying it's an issue that should be decided by the state, not the federal government.

Dems Hope to Win Rubio's Senate Seat By Sidelining Liberal

By Brendan Farrington | Jun 21
Democrats see a chance to pick up the Florida Senate seat being vacated by Republican Marco Rubio - but only if U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson stays out of the race.

Texas May be Tea Party Heaven, But Activists Aren't Happy

By Will Weissert | Jun 21
Texas can sometimes feel like tea party heaven - the land of Ted Cruz, where the Legislature is packed with hard-right devotees and the governor himself heeds fringe fears about possible federal plots to seize the state.

Donald Trump Says He Has No Regrets About '16 Kickoff Speech

By Jonathan Lemire | Jun 19
Donald Trump said Wednesday he has no second thoughts about anything he said in his blustering - and oft lampooned - 45-minute campaign kickoff speech.

PopUps: Cher Slams Trump Over Presidential Bid

By Jason St. Amand | Jun 19
Cher is not thrilled over Donald Trump's presidential bid and the pop diva sounded off on Twitter.

Defying Conventions, Sanders Emerges as a Clinton Challenger

By Ken Thomas | Jun 19

Pence Defiant on Religious Objections Law in Campaign Launch

By Tom Davies | Jun 19
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence launched his re-election campaign Thursday night by taking a defiant stance against critics of the state's new religious objections law that battered his image as a national star among conservatives.

Jeb Bush Comments on Allowing Trans Military Members

By Jason St. Amand | Jun 18
While campaigning in Iowa Wednesday, GOP presidential hopeful Jeb Bush was asked if he would support allowing transgender people to serve in the military, if he becomes the next president in 2016.

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