DES MOINES, Iowa -- Absent Donald Trump, the Republican presidential candidates strained to take advantage of a rare opportunity to step out of the front-runner's shadow in Thursday night's debate -- a staid, policy-heavy contest that offered a glimpse of…
By Robert Burns and Calvin Woodward, Associated Press
A look at political claims that take shortcuts with the facts or don't tell the full story.
By Julie Pace, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — A smaller cast of Republican presidential candidates returns to the main debate stage Thursday night, one of the last high-profile opportunities for the White House hopefuls to sway voters before the Feb. 1 Iowa caucus.
By Daniel Bush
The Republican field is generating record-breaking debate interest. This year’s GOP match-ups account for the top six most-watched primary debates of all time.
By Erica Werner, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- The chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee said Wednesday he has asked his staff to look into whether Texas Sen. Ted Cruz released classified information during Tuesday night's GOP presidential debate.
By Associated Press
LAS VEGAS -- The 2016 Republican presidential candidates are debating for the last time in 2015, this time in Las Vegas, as they race for advantage seven weeks before the first votes are cast in Iowa.
By PBS NewsHour
Wednesday on the NewsHour, the Republican debate heats up over illegal immigration. Also: New York’s attorney general cracks down on fantasy sports, journalist Paul Salopek follows the path of ancient humans, why young people are moving home with their parents,…
By PBS NewsHour
Monday on the NewsHour, investigators search for answers into a Russian airline crash in Egypt. Also: The Supreme Court considers racial discrimination in jury selection, GOP candidates seek debate changes, Turkish voters reaffirms power for President Erdogan’s party, looking into…
By Nicholas Riccardi and Jill Colvin, Associated Press
BOULDER, Colo. -- They railed against Democrats. They attacked each other. But the Republican presidential contenders seemed even angrier at the media Wednesday night.
By Christopher S. Rugaber and Stephen Ohlemacher, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- A look at some of the claims in the Republican presidential debate Wednesday night and how they compare with the facts.
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