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Arkansas GOP, Having Embraced Term Limits, is Now Conflicted

By Andrew DeMillo | Feb 6
Arkansas was among the first states to embrace the term limits movement. But now that Republicans have turned the state red, things have gotten... complicated.

CA Democratic Party Signals Support for Out Candidates

By Matthew S. Bajko | Feb 6
A number of out Democratic non-incumbents seeking state legislative seats have secured pre-endorsements ahead of the California Democratic Party's convention to be held later this month in San Jose.

"United States of Jihad": Bergen on Fighting Homegrown Terror

Feb 6
The threat of homegrown terrorists attacking inside the U.S. has dominated the conversation in the presidential race, especially after the terror attack in San Bernardino.

Adele Might Not Like It, But Donald Trump Can Use Her Music

By Mark Kennedy | Feb 5
Mega-best-selling Adele may not be able to stop The Donald from playing her music.

Cruz's 2016 Strategy Focuses on Turning Out White Voters

By Steve Peoples | Feb 5
Ted Cruz has mapped out a path to the White House that all but ignores the explosion of minority voters in America.

Hillary Clinton Shares Letter From Gay Dads 'Scared' of GOP

Feb 5
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton recently shared a moving letter from two gay dads, who support her campaign and say they're "scared" of the GOP presidential candidates who don't support same-sex marriage.

Analysis: Clinton Moves Aggressively to Hold Off Sanders

By Julie Pace | Feb 5
Hillary Clinton has been here before, watching a political rival generate youthful enthusiasm with lofty proposals she believes are going unchallenged.

Trump Says 'I Don't Care' About Iowa Dispute

Feb 5
Donald Trump says the dispute over Iowa's caucus results, in which he finished second to Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is yesterday's news and he's more focused on the next race.

Following Adele, Elton John Tells Trump to Stop Using His Music

Feb 4
Just a few days after Adele told Donald Trump to stop using her music at his campaign rallies, Sir Elton John is making the same request.

Rubio Looks to NH to Peg Himself as a Republican for All

By Thomas Beaumont | Feb 4
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio is using every bit of momentum his campaign received from the Iowa caucuses to show New Hampshire voters that he - not his competition - is the Republican for all Americans.

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