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A collection of news and information related to Republican Party published by Tribune Company sources. (Photo GETTY IMAGES)
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Top Republican Party Articles

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  • IRS wars heat up rules of the game

    WASHINGTON Both Republicans on Capitol Hill and the Obama administration have brought fresh artillery to their war over the IRS and its policing of politically active tax-exempt groups. GOP leaders are taking advantage of their new Senate majority and...
  • Chris Christie set to meet with top Virginia donors

    Potential presidential candidate New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie is set to mingle with some of Virginia's biggest GOP donors with some help from former U.S. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor. An invitation obtained by The Associated Press shows...
  • Can a Southern military hawk who likes Democrats win GOP nomination?

    WASHINGTON Is America ready for Lindsey Graham? Months after announcing that he will test the waters for a 2016 presidential run, Sen. Graham, R-S.C., is finally wading into Iowa and New Hampshire to gauge the viability of a campaign and interest among...
  • A sampling of editorials from around New York

    The Daily Gazette of Schenectady on the problem of abandoned properties. Feb. 18 Each day an abandoned property facing foreclosure goes unmaintained is another day for the structure to become dilapidated and for the property to become unsightly. It...
  • Results mixed for GOP governors seeking Medicaid expansion

    Years of Republican attacks on President Barack Obama's health care law may have paid dividends at the ballot box, but they also made it much harder for GOP governors to make the case that expanding Medicaid in their states is a good idea. In Tennessee,...
  • Rand Paul eyes April presidential campaign launch

    Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul is looking to announce his presidential bid the second week of April if he decides to run a person familiar with his plans said Tuesday. The first-term Republican, who burst onto the political scene in the tea party election of...
  • Scott Walker is King of Kochworld

    WASHINGTON On a sunny Saturday in September 2009, with Wisconsin in the throes of tea party fervor, conservative starlet Michelle Malkin fired up a crowd of thousands at a lakefront park in Milwaukee with rhetoric about White House czars and union thugs...
  • The race is on to milk Romney's cash cows

    The race is on to milk Romney's cash cows
    Mitt Romney's decision to forego a third campaign for president has set off a scramble for money among the remaining "establishment" Republicans who are considering a run for the White House. Like cash cows with full udders, wealthy Romney backers are...
  • The vanilla power of Republican Scott Walker

    The vanilla power of Republican Scott Walker
    Vanilla is the most popular ice cream flavor in America, not because it is the best (that would be coffee) but because it is the least objectionable. Put another way, vanilla is the most acceptable to the most people; it's not many people's favorite,...
  • Recent editorials published in Indiana newspapers

    Evansville Courier & Press. Feb. 13, 2015. Terrorists must pay for killing American The Islamic State has provided proof that an idealistic and by all accounts enormously likable 26-year-old humanitarian aid worker named Kayla Mueller is dead 18...
  • Jeb Bush tastes first success in 2016 nomination stakes

    Jeb Bush tastes first success in 2016 nomination stakes
    The early decision of Jeb Bush to jump-start a Republican race for the 2016 presidential nomination has already bagged its first victim in Mitt Romney. The sudden withdrawal of the 2012 nominee, after briefly testing the waters with donors, was...