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  • Scott Walker breaks with the Kochs on immigration

    WASHINGTON Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions was enjoying his unexpected new role: Policy adviser to a Republican presidential front-runner. Scott Walker, alone among the 2016 contenders, had talked to Sessions about immigration policy. Sessions happened to...
  • Stuart Rothenberg: Ted Cruz loves to argue

    WASHINGTON The first time I met Ted Cruz, he argued with me. The second time I met Ted Cruz, he argued with me. It wasn't personal, of course. Ted Cruz simply loves to argue. Those two incidents told me a lot about Cruz. The first time was at an event in...
  • Latino voters may be wary of the 'Three Amigos'

    Latino voters may be wary of the 'Three Amigos'
    Republicans should be in better shape than ever before to make an appeal to Latino voters. Two of their announced candidates for president, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, are sons of Latino immigrant parents, and another soon-to-be-announced candidate, Jeb...
  • Marco Rubio: New face -- with old ideas

    Marco Rubio: New face -- with old ideas
        You must admit, it is amusing. One of the biggest complaints we've heard from Republicans about Barack Obama is: Boy, were we wrong to elect a first-term senator as president. We'll never make that mistake again! Now look at Ted Cruz, Rand...
  • The Latest: Presidential contenders woo New Hampshire voters

    7 p.m. (EDT) On the question of what to do about Islamic State militants, hawks were heard the loudest at the New Hampshire forum drawing a multitude of Republican presidential hopefuls. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said in his keynote address Saturday...
  • In New Hampshire, Republicans squabble over foreign policy, experience

    In New Hampshire, Republicans squabble over foreign policy, experience
    More than a dozen Republicans eyeing the White House gathered here to make their case to hundreds of party activists, drawing out areas of disagreement in the expansive field that will likely emerge as contentious fault lines in the 2016 nominating...
  • Context for Facebook chatter about presidential candidates

    WASHINGTON Millions of people have talked about the presidential contenders on Facebook as they launch campaigns. But despite some gaudy numbers, context and limits of the data cast doubt on the impact Facebook conversations will have on the race. In the...
  • Cruz takes in 'impressive' fundraising haul

    WASHINGTON It's been a good few weeks for Sen. Ted Cruz in the presidential stakes that matter now the money primary. The Texas Republican's campaign on Wednesday reported $4.3 million in contributions for the first quarter, far exceeding its goal of...
  • Analysis: Where Graham sees room for a fourth GOP senator in White House field

    WASHINGTON The GOP presidential field is now, officially, thicker with senators than at any time in the past two decades. All three with declared candidacies have viable paths to the nomination underscoring the bewilderment about why a fourth Senate...
  • Stuart Rothenberg: The Young and the Restless of 2016

    WASHINGTON Once upon a time, presidential candidates were expected to have more than passing experience in government, as well as the maturity and wisdom that sometimes come with age. But that has changed, apparently. Barack Obama was in the U.S....
  • The value of competition

    The value of competition
    A big thanks to Texas Sen. Ted Cruz for ushering in the 2016 presidential race by officially announcing his candidacy at Liberty University today . We've had plenty of time to speculate about who's running and who's not, and soon enough we'll be able to...