WASHINGTON — Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina finds herself in a position to build on a strong debate performance for the second time in six weeks, enjoying rave reviews for demonstrating a command of policy details, while also taking on…
By Nicholas Riccardi, Associated Press
Jeb Bush talked about leveling the playing field, Marco Rubio wrote about helping the working class, Rand Paul promised to expand the Republican Party beyond its traditional base. Yet all three candidates offered tax proposals that would benefit overwhelmingly the…
By Vanessa Dennis, Megan Crigger
Who will stand out at tonight's Republican debate? We'll keep track of how much time each of the 10 candidates gets to speak. Check back here after the debate for the final tally.
By PBS NewsHour
The 17 Republican presidential candidates will square off tonight in two rounds of debate in Cleveland. With so many candidates, not to mention leading candidate and wildcard Donald Trump, curiosity about the debate is high. To discuss what we can…
By Steve Peoples, Associated Press
CLEVELAND -- Billionaire businessman Donald Trump has scored the top spot for Thursday night's leadoff debate of the 2016 presidential race, joined by former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and seven other Republican contenders who made the…
By Steve Peoples and Julie Bykowicz, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Worried about “Republican-on-Republican violence,” top party donors are taking action, with one firing off a letter calling for more civility and another seeking to block businessman Donald Trump from the debate stage altogether.
Our political analysts are back start the week with a 2016 campaign debrief. NPR’s White House correspondent Tamara Keith and USA Today’s Washington bureau chief Susan Page join Judy Woodruff to discuss Republican candidates in Iowa over the weekend, Hillary…
Gwen Ifill talks to Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report and Tamara Keith of NPR about the 2016 campaign launches of former Gov. Martin O’Malley and Sen. Lindsey Graham, why Sen. Rand Paul took a stand on the Patriot…
By Erica Werner and Ken Dilanian, Associated Press
The National Security Agency lost its authority at midnight to collect Americans' phone records in bulk, after GOP Sen. Rand Paul stood in the way of extending the fiercely contested program in an extraordinary Sunday Senate session.
By PBS NewsHour
The Senate is in a rare Sunday session, wrangling over three key surveillance provisions of the Patriot Act set to expire at midnight. PBS NewsHour's Political Director Lisa Desjardins joins Hari Sreenivasan from Washington with more.
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