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  • In South Carolina, GOP hopefuls run against Obama, terrorism

    Republican presidential hopefuls eventually will have to start running against each other. But, for now, many are content to run against President Barack Obama, Iran and Middle East extremists. At the South Carolina Republican convention on Saturday, Jeb...
  • Cruz's ideology trumps Texas' interests, businesses complain

    WASHINGTON When Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, was in his first year in the Senate, he took to the floor to oppose a bill on a program to manage federal helium that was about to expire and that all sides had agreed on. The bill passed 97-2, with Cruz voting...
  • Capitol Hill Buzz: Cruz discusses missing Lynch vote

    Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, a declared presidential candidate, has a new defense for missing Attorney General Loretta Lynch's confirmation vote last week. According to Cruz, not voting was the same as voting "no." "I voted twice against Loretta...
  • GOP campaign slogan: Be afraid. Be very afraid.

    WASHINGTON Republican presidential candidates want to win your votes by scaring you. Thanks to the national security lapses of the Obama administration, "we will pay a terrible price one day," says Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla. "The next 20 months will be...
  • Ted Cruz: Anti gay marriage crusader? Not always

    WASHINGTON Sen. Ted Cruz, who wants to be the Republican Party's lead crusader against gay marriage, ducked the opportunity to play a critical role in turning back the movement in its infancy. In 2003, the year Cruz became Texas's top government lawyer,...
  • Grassley's Iowa advice for presidential hopefuls: show up

    WASHINGTON It's tough to be in two places at once. And if history is any guide, all of the senators running for president will frequently forgo floor votes to be on the trail shaking hands and kissing babies. Sen. Charles E. Grassley, R-Iowa, who hasn'...
  • Supporters of Senate Iran bill swatting away amendments

    The Senate plunges into a high-stakes debate this week over empowering Congress to review and possibly reject any nuclear deal with Iran, offering Republican presidential candidates a chance to prove their hawkishness toward Iran and support for Israel....
  • Iowans hear from GOP field on social issues

    For conservative Christian voters, the 2016 presidential race has almost too many options to take in. That array of choices — a "wonderful dilemma" in the estimation of Iowa voter Bill Campbell — was on display Saturday night as Republican...
  • In Las Vegas, GOP candidates court Jewish donors by supporting Israel

    In Las Vegas, GOP candidates court Jewish donors by supporting Israel
    The mission on Saturday was simple: Appeal to some of the wealthiest Republican Jewish donors in the country. The method was direct: Heap lavish praise on Israel, with an ample serving of disparagement for President Obama. And so they did -- two GOP...
  • Angst about Iran deal at GOP Jewish meeting

    Republican luminaries and presidential hopefuls reiterated their support for Israel and skepticism about President Obama's proposed nuclear deal with Iran as an influential group of Republican Jews gathered Saturday at the casino of GOP mega-donor Sheldon...
  • Presidential contender Marco Rubio seeks support in Iowa

    He's offering himself as a new generation of leader, but Sen. Marco Rubio is still respecting an old presidential campaign tradition: courting caucus goers in the kickoff state of Iowa. The Florida Republican will be in Iowa this weekend on his first...