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Sanders lays off staffers as Clinton takes R&R

April 29, 2016
Jeff Zeleny | CNN
Jeff Zeleny reports on the Democratic side of the 2016 race.
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Clinton backers 'feel the Bern' of angry Sanders supporters

April 29, 2016
Lisa Lerer | AP
Nancy Schumacher says she just wanted to do her civic duty, and so she heeded the call to become a superdelegate for Hillary Clinton. But in the year of the angry voter, not even an administrative assistant from Elk River, Minnesota, can escape the outrage.
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Donald Trump’s Gender-Based Attacks on Hillary Clinton Have Calculated Risk

April 29, 2016
Amy Chozick, Ashley Parker | The New York Times
With the nation on the verge of a presidential election between the first woman to lead a major party and an opponent accused of misogyny, Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump are digging in for a fight in which he is likely to attack her precisely because she is a woman.
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Cruz and Trump, as Clock Ticks Down, Hustle for Crucial Indiana Win

April 29, 2016
Matt Flegenheimer, Jonathan Martin | The New York Times
Senator Ted Cruz looked out on the hardwood, on the precipice of defeat, claiming the mantle of an underdog squad from the fictional Indiana town of Hickory.
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Cruz’s latest fight with fellow Republicans is a reminder: Many don’t like the guy

April 29, 2016
Sean Sullivan, Ed O'Keefe | The Washington Post
In the space of just seven minutes here Thursday, Ted Cruz reminded fellow Republicans that he has few friends in the party.
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Trump fails to impress foreign-policy experts

April 28, 2016
Michael Crowley | Politico
A speech aimed at boosting his credibility got low marks from across the spectrum.
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Ted Cruz Names Carly Fiorina as His Running Mate, Seeking a Jolt

April 28, 2016
Jonathan Martin, Matt Flegenheimer, Alexander Burns | The New York Times
Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, desperate to alter the course of a presidential primary fight in which Donald J. Trump is closing in on victory, announced Wednesday that Carly Fiorina would be his running mate if he won the Republican nomination.
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