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Trump’s Campaign Structure Breaks The Mold

Not only is Donald Trump an unconventional candidate, he’s got a campaign operation that turns the conventional wisdom of electoral politics on its head.

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Perry Taking Part In South Carolina Town Hall

Rick Perry is the latest Republican presidential candidate to take part in a town hall meeting with South Carolina’s junior senator.

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A March 7, 2012 photo shows a plate of Oreo cookies in Washington, DC.  Technically they're "chocolate sandwich cookies," a baked concoction of sugar, vitamin-enriched flour, canola oil, high-fructose corn syrup and, at the bottom of the list of ingredients, chocolate. But the Oreo cookie -- first baked in New York city 100 years ago on March 6, 2012 -- is much more than that. It's an American icon, the best-selling cookie in the nation, with plenty of fans around the world to boot. AFP PHOTO/Mandel NGAN (Photo credit should read MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images)

Trump Vows To Never Eat Oreos Again

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump repeated his claim Tuesday evening that he would stop eating Oreos, citing the cookie maker’s decision to close a plant in Chicago and move it to Mexico.


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Bush Touts Crisis Management Skills In E-Book

Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush has written an e-book recalling his days as Florida governor, including the year 2004 when the state was struck by four hurricanes within a six-week span.


Scott Walker speaks during the Western Conservative Summit at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado on June 27, 2015 in Denver, Colorado. (credit: Theo Stroomer/Getty Images)

Cruz, Carson, Walker Fight To Stand Out

There are relatively few policy distinctions between the Republicans running for president, and nearly all of the would-be nominees direct their barbs at President Obama.


Republican presidential candidate and former Texas Gov. Rick Perry pauses after conducting a television news interview at the Iowa State Fair on August 18, 2015 in Des Moines, Iowa. (credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Perry Resumes Paying Some Staffers

Rick Perry’s presidential campaign said that it had started once again to pay some staffers who lost their salaries earlier this month amid sluggish fundraising.


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Attorney General Paxton Poll Numbers Call For His Resignation

Facing three felony securities fraud charges, the pressure on Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton to resign appears to be on the rise.


While George Bush was serving as the governor of Texas, brother Jeb Bush was serving as the governor of Florida.

2016 Candidates Struggle With Past Distractions

It wasn’t supposed to be this way. Nearly six months out from the first votes of a presidential campaign, candidates should be fleshing out who they are and what they stand for.


U.S. Sen. Rand Paul speaks about medical marijuana during a news conference on Capitol Hill on March 10, 2015 in Washington, D.C. (credit: Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Paul Talks 2016 Between Eye Surgeries

As a 75-year-old Haitian patient lies on an operating table, a U.S. eye surgeon-turned-politician reassures him in broken Creole that the surgery is almost over.


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Perry Questions Border Wall Plans

Speaking on Wednesday at the Iowa State Fair, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry said that building a wall is not the best way to secure the U.S. border and halt illegal immigration.


Republican presidential candidate and former Florida governor Jeb Bush  (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Half Of Bush’s Money From Legacy Donors

Jeb Bush’s fundraising network is two generations in the making, and it shows.


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Rubio’s Slow Start Puzzles GOP

Presidential hopeful Marco Rubio’s slow campaign is puzzling GOP operatives in Iowa and New Hampshire, states where voters are used to getting attention early and often.