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Watch Live: Republican presidential candidates square off in CBS debate

31 minutes agoNews : The Raw Story

Republican candidates are facing off in South Carolina on Saturday night, hot off the New Hampshire primaries. Donald Trump, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, John Kasich, Ben Carson and Jeb Bush will discuss issues with moderators, John Dickerson of Face the Nation, Major Garrett, chief White House...

Trump and Clinton Way Ahead in South Carolina

A new American Research Group poll in South Carolina finds Donald Trump leading the GOP presidential pack with 35%, followed by John Kasich at 15%, Marco Rubio at 14%, Ted Cruz at 12%, Jeb Bush at 10% and Ben Carson [...]

What Twitter Pundits Have to Say About the Republican Debate

CBS will air on Saturday the first Republican debate since the New Hampshire primary, which narrowed the field by two. Six contenders will be debating: Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, John Kasich, Jeb Bush, and Ben Carson. The night holds many questions. Show More Summary

Marco Rubio: Next President Should Pick Justice Scalia’s Replacement, Not Barack Obama

Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio responded Saturday to the passing of pro-life Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia and said the next president should pick Justice Scalia’s replacement, not Barack Obama. Scalia was found dead at the age of 79 earlier in the day. Scalia is one of the minority of judges on the nation’s highest […]

South Carolina poll suggests GOP voters are getting serious

The first South Carolina Republican presidential poll since the New Hampshire primary is out, though the horse-race numbers (Donald Trump at 36 percent, Ted Cruz at 20, Marco Rubio at 15, Jeb Bush at 11, Ben Carson at 5, John Kasich at 9, and 5 percent undecided) have to be taken with a grain of salt. […]

What to Look for in the Republican Debate

5 hours agoNews : NYTimes: News

The departure of Gov. Chris Christie, whose debate performance one week ago blunted the momentum of Senator Marco Rubio, creates a different dynamic.

The Republicans Rumble in South Carolina

The GOP field is down to six ahead of Saturday’s debate in Greenville, as Marco Rubio tries to rebound from his debacle in New Hampshire.

Internal Tracker Shows Trump Leading in South Carolina

Bush super PAC operative Mike Murphy posts South Carolina tracking numbers another GOP campaign: Donald Trump leads with 34%, followed by Ted Cruz at 17%, Jeb Bush at 12%, Marco Rubio at 10% and John Kasich “in single digits.”

Questions for the Republicans Debating in South Carolina

This week, while Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders were debating in Milwaukee, Ted Cruz was busy attacking Marco Rubio and Donald Trump on marriage equality. Both have suggested that they would appoint Supreme Court judges who would overturn the court’s ruling that led to nationwide marriage equality. Show More Summary

Here's how to tune in to tonight's Republican debate online - CNET

Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, John Kasich and Ben Carson will face off in the ninth Republican presidential debate on CBS.

Here’s What To Expect From Tonight’s South Carolina Debate

In a matter of hours, Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, Ben Carson, and John Kasich will take the stage one week ahead of the South Carolina primary. There are several different storylines going into tonight, and each of them will hit their climax during the debate. Show More Summary

Rubio under pressure as Republicans debate in South Carolina

GREENVILLE, S.C. (AP) — Marco Rubio enters Saturday night's Republican presidential debate facing immense pressure to right his campaign after faltering badly in the last contest and finishing a disappointing fifth in New Hampshire. Texas Sen. Show More Summary

The Unmaking of Marco Rubio

Did one robotic moment in a single debate really bring down Marco Rubio in New Hampshire, probably finishing him off nationally? Unlikely. It’s difficult to believe that voters would turn

Do Latinos really view Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio as their Leaders?

By Adriana Maestas | TeleSur —- Related video added by Juan Cole: CNN from last month: “Marco Rubio attacks Ted Cruz’s voting record”

Bill Maher Slams Marco Rubio

20 hours agoNews : The Daily Beast

The host of HBOs Real Time with Bill Maher teed off on the baby-faced GOP presidential nominee, whose stock is falling after a major flaw of his was exposed.

Trump Way Ahead in South Carolina

South Carolina House Republicans apparently conducted their own poll and found Donald Trump leading the GOP presidential race with 35%, followed by Ted Cruz at 16%, Jeb Bush at 13%, Marco Rubio at 12%, John Kasich at 9% and Ben [......

Talking To Marco Rubio: A Scripted Candidate Suddenly Gets Chatty

Marco Rubio suddenly wants to talk. At 22,000 feet, sipping Dr. Pepper and sharing his stash of Twix bars. In a Cracker Barrel over blueberry pancakes. At a news conference until there are no more questions. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary

Jake Tapper Snags First TV Interview With Actress In Pulled Ted Cruz Attack Ad

CNN’s Jake Tapper landed the first TV interview with the actress who caused the Ted Cruz campaign to pull its ad attacking Marco Rubio. "As if we were not already in the middle of the most bizarre presidential race in modern history,”...Show More Summary

Campaign Week in Review: Sanders, Clinton Won’t Say ‘Abortion’ During Debate

Republican Gov. John Kasich this week vowed to sign a measure to defund Planned Parenthood in Ohio, and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) admitted that most people disagree with his anti-choice position on abortion exceptions. Image: PBS NewsHour/ YouTube The post Campaign Week in Review: Sanders, Clinton Won’t Say ‘Abortion’ During Debate appeared first on RH Reality Check.

Ted Cruz has 'no idea' who's slandering Rubio and Trump in South Carolina push polls

Someone has been conducting some shady push polls in South Carolina aimed at Marco Rubio and Donald Trump, but Ted Cruz was quick to deny Thursday that he had any knowledge of the smear tactics, reports Politico. "I have no idea. We had nothing to do with them. Show More Summary

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