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Researchers Slam Cruz for 'Misrepresenting' Their Work on Ex-Felons

The researchers whose study Ted Cruz’s campaign cited to back up his claim that “the overwhelming majority of violent criminals are Democrats” said Tuesday night the Texas senator is “misrepresenting” their work.

Cruz and Rubio 'Flavor of the Month'

With 60 days to go until the Iowa caucuses, Senators Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz and are attempting to capitalize on recent momentum in a GOP field long dominated by this year’s two outsider candidates.

O'Malley's Pitch to Be Second Choice

Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley has a message for House Democrats: Let me be your second choice.

Warren Shows Progressives She's Sticking With Them

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Cruz Claims 'Overwhelming Majority' of Violent Criminals Are Democrats

Appearing on Hugh Hewitt’s radio show Monday, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz said that most violent criminals are Democrats.

Iraq Vet Enters Delaware Race with Call to Accept 100,000 Syrian Refugees

Iraq War veteran Sean Barney on Tuesday became the fourth Democrat to enter the race for Delaware’s open at-large congressional seat.

Kirk Hits Duckworth Over Syrian Refugees

Incumbent Republican Sen. Mark S. Kirk Tuesday is releasing an ad challenging Illinois Democrat Tammy Duckworth’s commitment to welcoming Syrian refugees into the country without additional government screening.

Evangelicals Make Environmental Issues About 'Caring for God's Creation'

The Evangelical Environmental Network is just what it sounds like: a ministry of evangelicals, mostly Republicans, who believe climate change is dangerous and worth fighting.

Gubernatorial Races to Watch in 2016

Despite Democrats’ surprising victory last week in Louisiana — where state Rep. John Bel Edwards beat Republican Sen. David Vitter in the runoff – they hold only 18 gubernatorial seats, compared to the 31 held by Republican governors.

Florida Republican Puts House Campaign on Hold Because 'Health Issue'

Former Republican Rep. Sandy Adams announced Wednesday she is suspending her campaign for Congress in Florida’s 6th District “due to health-related developments.”

Santorum, Gohmert Stop by ‘Roske on Politics’

Brent Roske points the mic this weekend at former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., and Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas, as well as radio host Montel Williams and The New York Times’ Mark Leibovich, on the Emmy-nominated “Roske on Politics” airing on Sunday, Nov. 29.

Poll: Wide Divide Over Allowing Muslim Refugees Into the U.S.

A new poll shows six in 10 Americans don’t want the U.S. to allow Muslim refugees from Syria into the country but are more inviting to Christian refugees.

Kentucky Governor Restores Thousands of Ex-Felons' Right to Vote

As Kentucky Gov. Steven L. Beshear, a Democrat, prepares to leave office, he is attempting to leave his mark on an issue that has made his state an outlier.

Should Vitter's Loss Worry Scandal-Plagued Lawmakers?

David Vitter thought he was a survivor.

Leading Democrat Drops Campaign For Patrick Murphy's House Seat

Melissa McKinlay, the Democrat who was viewed as the party’s front-runner in the highly contested race to replace Rep. Patrick Murphy, said Monday she will end her six-month-old campaign.

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