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The 2016 Finalists: Donald Trump and Ted Cruz

Trump vs Cruz

Donald Trump’s lead in the Republican race is real, but far from secure. At the moment, theBILLIONAIRE has 458 delegates and Ted Cruz has 359. That’s a 99 delegate lead with more than 1,400 delegates still to be selected. Cruz has plenty of room to come from behind if he’s …

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Why Trump’s rivals can’t catch him

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He’s the only GOP candidate with a realistic chance of winning a majority of delegates. But it’s a tightrope walk. Donald Trump is the only Republican candidate with a realistic chance of winning the 1,237 delegates necessary to claim the party’s presidential nomination, according to a POLITICO analysis. A close …

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US Admiral Proposes 4-Nation Effort to Safeguard Freedom of Navigation in Asian Waters

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(CNSNews.com) – For the second time in ten days, a senior U.S. official has raised the prospect of joint U.S.-India naval patrols in a region where China’s expanding territorial and military ambitions have raised tensions, and this time the top U.S. military commander in the Pacific suggested widening the proposed …

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How Ted and Marco Can Save the GOP and the Country

Ted Cruz & Marco Rubio

Instead of knocking each other out of the race, they could collaborate. For the past four years, there have been four conservative Tea Party senators who have, each in their own way, worked together for the good of the country: Mike Lee, Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, and Marco Rubio. Three …

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Morning Digest: After Obama endorses Murphy, Grayson compares the president to Darth Vader

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Leading Off: ● FL-Sen: We’ve spoken often about how Rep. Patrick Murphy has locked up the support of the Democratic establishment in his bid for the Senate, but this takes it to a completely different level: On Wednesday, Murphy earned endorsements from no less a pair than Barack Obama and …

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Immunity to State Dept staffer who set up Clinton email server: WashPost

Former State Department staffer Bryan Pagliano arrives for a closed hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington September 10, 2015. Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said on Saturday she and her family paid State Department staffer Pagliano with personal funds to maintain a private email server that she used for both personal and government matters while secretary of state. Pagliano was the IT director for Clinton's unsuccessful 2008 presidential campaign and went to work for the State Department when Clinton took up the Cabinet post in the Obama administration. REUTERS/Gary Cameron     - RTSIOB

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Justice Department has given immunity from prosecution to a State Department employee who helped set up and manage the private email server Hillary Clinton used for her work as secretary of state, the Washington Post reported on Wednesday. A senior U.S. law enforcement official said …

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Everything you need to know about the Republican presidential debate

Republican presidential debate

When is the next Republican presidential debate? The next Republican presidential debate is Thursday, March 3rd in Detroit. Fox News hosts. Thursday’s session, the primary’s 11th debate, is at the Fox Theater, a National Historic Landmark in downtown Detroit. What time is the debate? The debate starts at 9 PM …

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