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GOP candidates attack each other in SC

The Republican presidential candidates are getting ready for the Feb. 20 South Carolina primary by ramping up their attacks on each other.
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Cruz app data collection helps campaign read minds of voters

Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz has campaigned against government spying on law-abiding citizens, but his campaign is testing the limits with personal data from his supporters.
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Why social media is going crazy for ‘Bernie Sandwiches’

When Senator and democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders accidentally and hilariously became Bernie "Sandwhiches," the appetite for the Senator's new nickname grew.
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Bush says he won’t blame Obama for problems

Here's the latest on the 2016 presidential race as Republican and Democratic candidates head from New Hampshire to South Carolina and beyond.
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More waiting on Congressional maps with Roberts’ request

North Carolina voters and legislators will be kept guessing for at least several more days on whether the state's current congressional districts can be used in the March 15 primary or have to be redrawn before votes are cast.
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Spokeswoman: Christie quits presidential race

A spokeswoman for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's campaign for president says he is dropping out of the race for the Republican nomination.
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Fiorinia Tweets that she’s quitting GOP race

Carly Fiorina is dropping out of the 2016 Republican presidential race.
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ANALYSIS: Blowouts leave presidential races wide open

Contests that were expected to bring order to a chaotic race have instead set up more chaos. There’s now a higher likelihood than ever that both the Republican and Democratic contests extend well into the spring.