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  • Budget brawl gives Ted Cruz, Rand Paul a chance to break out

    WASHINGTON Ted Cruz and Rand Paul have created national profiles by picking fights in the U.S. Senate, and the two Republican presidential rivals will soon have a chance to engage in another, as they oppose efforts to roll back automatic spending cuts...
  • Why Ted Cruz isn't giving up the gay marriage fight

    The Republican Party is hoping that a Supreme Court ruling before month's end will close a chapter in American politics that has caught much of the party between evangelicals who emphatically opposes gay marriage and many voters who are supportive of...
  • Analysis: Haley takes Republicans off the hook with flag decision

    WASHINGTON The Republican presidential candidates who refused to take a stand on the Confederate flag are off the hook. Even as the website of accused murderer Dylann Roof, the white gunman charged with killing nine black churchgoers last week, showed...
  • McConnell pledges vote on 20-week abortion ban

    WASHINGTON Sandwiched between New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell knew he wouldn't be the star. "I was just hoping somebody might actually recognize me with all these presidential...
  • Martin Schram: Senate Democrats are adopting the GOP's Just Say 'No!' strategy

    In the unending battles of Capitol Hill, congressional Democrats have held one highly prized parcel of political high ground that has given them an enviable public image advantage over Republicans. For years decades, really Americans have basically...
  • Cruz, Paul and Rubio make their case to the faithful

    WASHINGTON Of the three presidential candidates who spoke at the Faith and Freedom Coalition's Road to Majority Conference in Washington, D.C., Thursday, there was no question whom the audience was waiting for. Texas Sen. Ted Cruz walked on and...
  • Cruz rejects call to drop anti-Shariah activist in Tennessee

    Republican Ted Cruz's presidential campaign is rejecting a call to drop an anti-Shariah activist as his state chairman for Tennessee. Kevin Kookogey, a former chairman of the Williamson County GOP, once criticized Republican Gov. Bill Haslam over the...
  • Perks and pitfalls of running from the Senate to the White House

    WASHINGTON There's an old adage that when a senator looks in the mirror, he or she sees a future president. Now, five current senators are hoping to turn their reflections into reality and win the White House in 2016. Being a sitting senator has its...
  • Nominees get campaign cash for lip service in Puerto Rico

    Nominees get campaign cash for lip service in Puerto Rico
    In August last year, I wrote a commentary for the Sentinel titled "Hispanics could decide who will lead the nation in 2016," in which I predicted Hispanics would play a key role in the next presidential elections and possibly run for president or vice...
  • Stuart Rothenberg: Can Marco Rubio save the GOP in 2016?

    WASHINGTON The Republican presidential field looks unusually diverse this cycle an African-American (Ben Carson), an Indian-American (Bobby Jindal), a woman (Carly Fiorina) and a Hispanic, or, if you prefer, a Cuban (Marco Rubio). One candidate is married...
  • Trio of 2016 GOP candidates are freshman senators - like Obama in '08

    Trio of 2016 GOP candidates are freshman senators - like Obama in '08
    Before coming to Washington, Rand Paul was an eye doctor and anti-tax crusader in Kentucky. Marco Rubio was speaker of the Florida House. Ted Cruz was the top appellate lawyer for the state of Texas. Those jobs would seem to pale beside their current...