TAMPA, Florida — Just when Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio needs them the most, big-dollar contributors from the party's wealthy main stream are having second thoughts about his future in the 2016 race.
By Associated Press
Marco Rubio will collect all 23 of Puerto Rico's delegates after posting a huge win in the U.S. territory. But he still lags far behind rivals Donald Trump and Ted Cruz.
By Michael D. Regan and Jill Colvin, Associated Press
Trump said that Rubio had “a very, very bad night,” and said that it’s time for the race to be a two-man contest between him and Cruz.
By Nancy Benac, Associated Press
Eager to lock up the GOP nomination without a convention fight, Donald Trump battled Saturday to pad his lead in the delegate count as four more states delivered verdicts on the fractious Republican race for president. Democrats in three states…
By PBS NewsHour
Thursday’s debate saw the last vestiges of civility stripped away from the GOP race, with the night’s rhetoric ranging from personal slights to outright vulgarity. Sen. Marco Rubio and Sen. Ted Cruz attacked Donald Trump for alleged fraud and for…
By Nancy Benac and Steve Peoples, Associated Press
DETROIT — The Republican establishment and its last best hopes to defeat Donald Trump spent a long and extraordinary day denouncing the billionaire businessman as dangerous, a “phony” and a “con man” unfit for office. Then, when it was all…
By Calvin Woodward and Martin Crutsinger, Associated Press
On taxes, trade and drug prices, viewers of the latest Republican debate didn't get a straight story. And Donald Trump spun fiction about 9/11. A look at some of the claims made Thursday night at the 11th Republican debate.
By PBS NewsHour
The increasingly pronounced fracturing of the Republican party was on full display Thursday, as mainstream leaders rallied against presumptive nominee Donald Trump. Judy Woodruff talks with former Republican Utah governor Michael Leavitt and Stephen Moore of the conservative political group…
By Nancy Benac and David Eggert, Associated Press
DETROIT -- Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio head into the 11th debate of the Republican presidential race Thursday in an ever-more urgent scramble to take down Donald Trump -- with an ever-more nervous GOP establishment wishing them luck.
By Laurie Kellman, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — And then there were four. Ben Carson's departure from the GOP presidential race means the quartet of remaining Republicans on the debate stage Thursday night get more time for attacks as Donald Trump treads a path to the…
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