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Priebus Says Third Party Run Against GOP Nominee is 'Dumb Idea'
The Republican National Committee chair is interviewed on "This Week."
Cleveland Mayor, Safety Officials Unveil RNC Security Plan
Cleveland really wants you to know that it will be safe and prepared to host the 2016 Republican National Convention in July. City officials unveiled a "preparedness plan" today to show how they plan to secure the large-scale event, touting the work they are doing in collaboration with federal,
What the DOJ Lawsuit Against Ferguson Alleges
The city of Ferguson, Missouri, particularly its police force, has been under the national spotlight since August 2014, when an officer fatally shot unarmed teenager Michael Brown and sparked a national debate on race in America. Now the city is feeling heat from the federal government like never
The Note: The Palin Factor
NOTABLES --PALIN ENDORSES TRUMP WITH RAUCOUS 20-MINUTE SPEECH: Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin endorsed Donald Trump during a raucous speech at the presidential candidate's rally in Ames, Iowa last night. Palin brought her folksy style to the stage, saying that Trump would "kick ISIS' a and saying
Donald Trump Catches Ted Cruz in a Flip-Flop on Birthright Citizenship
In the latest exchange of attacks between Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, Trump tweeted a video Tuesday morning showing Cruz flip-flopping on the issue of birthright citizenship. The premise of birthright citizenship is laid out in the 14th Amendment of the Constitution: “All persons born or naturalized
5 Moments That Mattered in the Republican Debate
The first Republican presidential debate of 2016 was also one of the feistiest. Seven candidates -- the fewest of any of the previous debates -- took the stage in North Charleston, South Carolina and took the gloves off. The debate was indicative of a Republican primary that is fast reaching its
The Note: Bernie Sanders In Striking Distance
NOTABLES --SANDERS SAYS HE'S DEMOCRATS' MOST ELECTABLE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said polls show he’s Democrats’ most electable 2016 candidate and that he’s “gaining steam” ahead of the fast-approaching Iowa caucuses, ABC’s JOHN KRUZEL notes. “If
Marco Rubio Says Ted Cruz’s Immigration Record Lacks 'Consistency'
Sen. Marco Rubio knocked Republican presidential rival Sen. Ted Cruz 's immigration record on ABC's "This Week" today, saying the Texas senator has shifted positions based on political "calculation" as the election nears. The two -- who are second and third in several national polls ahead of the