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Rubio rants, and not just to those close to him

His failed presidential bid behind him, Florida Senator Marco Rubio decided to let loose late Monday night on Twitter with one target in mind: the media.

The woman who couldn’t live with the election

Sixty-eight-year-old Richmond woman Mary Anne Noland died Sunday, leaving behind what could be one of the most eyebrow-raising obituaries ever written.

What went down at the Nevada Democratic convention

Saturday’s state Democratic convention in Nevada turned ugly when tensions over delegate selection prompted supporters of Bernie Sanders to yell and swear

Cameron disses Trump. Trump hits back.

David Cameron isn't backing down. The British prime minister today refused to take back critical comments he made about presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, offering a glimpse of the global wariness that may confront the business tycoon if he takes the White House.

Obama hits Trump policies on Muslims, border at Rutgers graduation speech

Democratic President Barack Obama used a commencement speech at a university on Sunday to slam the policies of Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, from immigration to the motto on his hat.

You paid HOW MUCH for that Trump ticket?

Rallies for the presumptive Republican nominee used to be free. His May 19 New Jersey rally will charge $200 a ticket.

A Trump by any other name…

The Washington Post released an audio recording Friday morning that purportedly contains Donald Trump pretending to be a his own spokesperson named "John Miller." The audio came from a 1991 recording with a People magazine reporter, Sue Carswell, who was inquiring into Trump's then-tumultuous love life.

Did Trump’s butler do it?

The U.S. Secret Service is investigating presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's former butler over a Facebook post calling for President Barack Obama's assassination.

Quayle crows over Trump

Former presidents George W. Bush and George H.W. Bush say they won’t attend the Republican convention. John McCain is also a no-go. Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney has actively criticized the party’s presumptive nominee. In fact, aside from Bob Dole, Trump has struggled to attract much support from Republicans who have run for national office -- until now.

Warren, Trump go toe-to-toe

Senator Elizabeth Warren ripped into Donald Trump with a series of scathing tweets Wednesday, calling the presumptive Republican presidential nominee's rhetoric "reckless."

‘Making America Great Again,’ one Bud at a time

Donald Trump took credit for one company’s change on something Americans from both parties can agree on: beer.

Ryan to Trump: ‘We need to get to know each other’

A day before Paul Ryan was set to meet with Donald Trump, the Republican House Speaker told a press conference at the Capitol what he thought about party unity and his party's presumptive nominee.

Seen on social: #CrazyBernie

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump unveiled his latest invective-laced nickname after the Vermont senator beat rival Hillary Clinton in the Democratic West Virginia primary.

Seen on social: Trump v. Ryan

The Speaker-candidate battle continues. Twitter users weigh in.

Trump alternative Gary Johnson to unhappy Republicans: Call my office

He is running as a businessman outsider for president, who would cut spending, tackle the nation’s immigration problem and stick to conservative fiscal policies. And he would legalize marijuana.

As race tightens, Warren goes straight for Trump

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is preparing to do battle with Hillary Clinton as his likely Democratic opponent in November but he has a formidable critic in another Democratic woman: Elizabeth Warren.

Believe it or not, as goes Terre Haute, so goes the nation 

This town holds a unique distinction: for 60 years, as Terre Huate has voted in presidential elections, so has the nation.

Carly Fiorina falls off stage

Carly Fiorina took a tumble off the campaign stage during a rally in Indiana on Sunday, slipping into the crowd after introducing Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz.

A game of gaffe-ketball in Indiana

Donald Trump committed a foul trying to score a three-point home run touchdown with residents of the Whosier State on Monday.

Trump has no ‘reservation’ about blasting Clinton over ‘nasty’ remark

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump pounced on Democratic rival Hillary Clinton's “reservation” comment over the weekend, saying it was a “nasty” remark toward men and offensive to “Indians.”

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