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  • Ted Cruz's no-show isn't only surprise of Loretta Lynch confirmation vote

    Ted Cruz's no-show isn't only surprise of Loretta Lynch confirmation vote
    Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz, among the most outspoken opponents of Loretta Lynch becoming attorney general, made one last stand Thursday against her nomination in a morning floor speech. And then he did something none of the 99 other senators were...
  • Loretta Lynch confirmed as attorney general after long delay

    Loretta Lynch confirmed as attorney general after long delay
    Loretta Lynch won confirmation as the nation's first black female attorney general Thursday from a Senate that forced her to wait more than five months for the title and remained divided to the end. The 56-43 vote installs Lynch, now U.S. attorney for...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Will the GOP try to broaden its appeal or purify party for 2016?

    Will the GOP try to broaden its appeal or purify party for 2016?
    As the number of declared candidates in the presidential campaign grows, two competing theories have emerged among Republicans as to how one of their candidates can win the GOP nomination and, ultimately, the White House. One is to make the conservative...
  • Kevin Rennie: Can Chris Christie survive GOP attacks during campaign?

    Kevin Rennie: Can Chris Christie survive GOP attacks during campaign?
    Ambitious candidates are crowding the approach to the presidential campaign runway. Hillary Clinton has rented two floors of a Brooklyn office building. Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) made a formal announcement Tuesday, two weeks after his Texas colleague,...
  • Birthers silent on Cruz candidacy

    Where are the birthers when we really need them? When Barack Hussein Obama first sought the office of president they declared him ineligible for that office because they believed the myth that he was born in Kenya, or in Indonesia, or possibly on a moon...
  • 'Stand with Rand' Paul? But where, exactly?

    'Stand with Rand' Paul? But where, exactly?
    "Stand With Rand." That's Sen. Rand Paul's main slogan as he launches his campaign for the White House. He's holding a "Stand With Rand" rally in his home state of Kentucky on Tuesday and is holding another "Stand With Rand" rally in New Hampshire, the...
  • John Kerry, Ted Cruz, Eddie Huang: Sunday guests

    UPDATED: Secretary of State John Kerry, Sen. Ted Cruz, Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dan Rather will be some of the biggest names on Sunday morning interview shows. But author Eddie Huang will be there, too. His "Fresh Off the Boat," a memoir about growing up...
  • Bill Maher: Political correctness worse than ever

    Bill Maher: Political correctness worse than ever
    Comedian Bill Maher bemoans political correctness but sees a bounty of jokes inspired by politicians. Will Democrat Hillary Clinton run for president? “I have no doubt — unless she’s been faking it for 67 years,” says Maher,...