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What Trump says about ‘Hitler salutes’

The Republican front-runner discusses the controversial images of rambunctious, arm-waving supporters pledging support at a Florida rally

A ‘small hand’ challenge to Trump

An Oregon man has formed a new political action committee solely to get the Republican front-runner to release his measurements.

From Flint, the Dem debate in full

The initial transcript of the Democratic debate in Flint, Michigan, provided by CNN.

#Demdebate: The Twitter winner is…

What Twitter users said about the Democratic debate in Flint.

Monday morning brief: Tough choices and farewells

The Republican Party establishment looked like it may have to choose between Trump and Cruz, as it bid farewell to former First Lady Nancy Reagan.

The candidate and the spelling bee

Is Hillary Clinton a bad speller or just well-versed in the language of diplomacy?

Trump may have saved himself a headache by avoiding CPAC

Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump cancelled, last-minute, his scheduled appearance here at the American Conservative Union’s annual conference, CPAC.

#GOPDebate not a Twitter win for Trump

While Trump dominated most of the social media chatter on the latest GOP debate, a Brandwatch analysis showed that 63 percent of the tweets expressing an opinion on him were negative.

Super Tuesday: What they said on social media

From #SuperTuesday to #ChrisChristie, a look at how Twitter users reacted to a day at the primaries.

Will voters switch parties on Election Day?

Donald Trump repeatedly says a lot of Democrats will vote for him in November. How likely is that?

How the GOP establishment can still stop a Trump nomination

Donald Trump is having another knockout primary night, hitting a winning streak in the Super Tuesday contests. But for two of his most devoted fans, the victories aren’t big enough.

Heroes, villains and political candidates 

As voters head to the polls for Super Tuesday, social media users have fun casting the candidates as heroes and villains.

‘Boy were we wrong’ – New Hampshire paper apologizes for backing Christie

The conservative-leaning Manchester Union Leader newspaper apologized to its readers on Tuesday for endorsing Chris Christie.

How the South won Super Tuesday

How Georgia's top elections officer worked the phones to keep Southern states voting as a bloc to get White House candidates’ attention.

Twitter collection: Cruz fires spokesman over misleading ad about Rubio

In a campaign shake up late Monday, Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz announced that he asked for the resignation of his spokesman, Rick Tyler. Here's how Twitter reacted.

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