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Trying to Make Sense of the Post-New Hampshire Republican Race

Trying to Make Sense of the Post-New Hampshire Republican Race

If there were any doubts that Donald Trump was a serious contender in the Republican presidential race after he arguably under-performed in Iowa, New Hampshire’s results should be a wake-up call.

North Carolina Asks Supreme Court to Halt Redistricting Order

The Supreme Court is again being asked to weigh in on contested congressional districts for this year’s elections, this time with North Carolina warning the justices Wednesday of potential electoral chaos because of a court order this month.

Fiorina Suspends Presidential Bid

And then there were seven. The results of another presidential nominating contest Tuesday night in New Hampshire brought with them another round of suspended campaigns.

Quiz: Who Wore This Campaign Fashion Better?

You can admit it. You’ve thought about presidential candidate’s clothing choices.

New Hampshire Triggers Hazard Lights for Clinton Campaign

HOOKSETT, N.H. — The long line of cars was still snaking down the dark country road on their way to the Hillary Clinton “victory party” when the networks called the New Hampshire primary for Bernie Sanders.

There's a Special Place for Hillary, Too, and It's the South

Well, that was a catastrophe. Hillary Clinton lost in New Hampshire Tuesday night, which was not a surprise. The surprise came a few days before the election, when her friend Madeleine Albright warned young women that there is a special place in hell for girls like them, who don’t help other women. And when Gloria Steinem mused on Bill Maher’s show that Bernie Sanders’ young female supporters were just showing up for the eye candy of liberal boys who were going for the Bern.

Quiz: How Much Do You Know About the New Hampshire Primary?

You’ve been following the New Hampshire primary for the 2016 presidential election pretty closely. But have you been following closely enough?

McCain Condemns 'Loose Talk' on Campaign Trail

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., took the Senate floor Tuesday afternoon to condemn what he called “loose talk” on the presidential campaign trail over the use of torture.

The $100 Jacket Politicians Use to Pretend To Be Normal People

David Trone has never run for office before, but he’s wearing the standard issue uniform of a politician in his first television ads: the barn jacket.

The 'Anyone But' Caucus

New Hampshire residents Tuesday are voting for the presidential candidates squaring off in the first official primary of the 2016 campaign — a race some political observers are framing in a most negative fashion.

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