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First Gay Woman to Seek Montana Congressional Seat

Feb 4
By some accounts, the sexual orientation of Montana's superintendent of schools, Denise Juneau, was an open secret.

Dem Race Shaken, Stirred as Sanders, Clinton Meet in Debate

Feb 4
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are in a tug-of-war over who's the best standard-bearer for progressive values as they road test lines of argument for the first one-on-one debate of the Democratic campaign.

Once a Bromance, Now a Brawl: Trump and Cruz Go At It

By Kathleen Hennessy and Steve Peoples | Feb 4
Donald Trump and Ted Cruz cast aside any veneer of kindness on Wednesday to trade insults and accusations in a show of hardball politics that demonstrated the stakes for both men in the New Hampshire primary six days away.

Donald Trump's Plane Make Emergency Landing in Nashville

Feb 4
Donald Trump's plane was diverted to the Nashville International Airport after the control tower received a report that the plane was experiencing engine trouble.

Rick Santorum to End GOP Presidential Bid

Feb 3
Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum's campaign schedule is on hold, according to the director of his South Carolina campaign.

Rivals Now Target Rubio; Trump Calls for an Iowa Do-Over

By Kathleen Hennessey and Thomas Beaumont | Feb 3
While Donald Trump called for a do-over, Marco Rubio tried to capitalize on his moment in the spotlight Wednesday as the shrinking field of Republican presidential hopefuls jockeyed for position in a race rattled by an Iowa surprise.

Clinton Defends Progressive Record Against Sanders Critique

By Catherine Lucey and Ken Thomas | Feb 3
Hillary Clinton is striking back Wednesday at accusations by her Democratic presidential rival Bernie Sanders that she is only a progressive "some days."

Rubio Could See Campaign Fortunes Rise From Iowa Finish

By Julie Bykowicz | Feb 3
Marco Rubio's strong third-place finish in Iowa could sound like a starting gun to the Republican Party's top donors.

Why Voters Should Take NH Polls With a Grain of Road Salt

By Nancy Benac | Feb 3
Voters might want take all those presidential polls coming out of wintry New Hampshire with a grain of road salt.

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul Quits 2016 GOP Presidential Race

By Laurie Kellman and Meg Kinnard | Feb 3
Republican Sen. Rand Paul dropped his 2016 campaign for president Wednesday, eclipsed by other candidates who kept his base of support from growing into a viable force in the crowded 2016 field.

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