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Cruz gets booed by Trump supporters after withholding endorsement

Sen. Ted Cruz on Wednesday night avoided making an explicit endorsement for Donald Trump as president, prompting the GOP nominee's supporters to boo the Texan as he exited the stage...  Read more

Walker Backs Trump Despite Trump's Refusal to Renounce Racist Attack

The Wisconsin governor says most important thing is beating Hillary Clinton...  Read more

McConnell holds his nose and speaks up for Trump

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Tuesday put aside his misgivings about Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, and delivered an address that endorsed Trump as a president who would sign the GOP agenda into law...  Read more

It's official: Republicans have nominated Donald Trump for president

The Republican Party officially nominated Donald Trump for president on Tuesday...  Read more

Less than 50% of people caught at border are from Mexico

According to new data from the U.S. Border Patrol, slightly less than half of the people that were apprehended at the Mexican border are from Mexico...  Read more

Networks spend 130 minutes on Melania Trump — not even two minutes on Benghazi mom

Melania Trump’s allegedly plagiarized speech at the Republican National Convention on Monday might be the only thing that happened, if you listened to television news...  Read more

Mike Lee Fights the RNC Machine

The mild-mannered Mike Lee is not one to shout, but the Utah senator and delegate repeatedly yelled at the top of lungs Monday afternoon at the Republican National Convention in objection to what he saw as an unprecedented attempt to break RNC's own rules and steamroll dissent...  Read more

Open carry in Texas, 6 months in: No major incidents

Texas legalized open carry for handguns six months ago, and the fears of blood in the streets and chaos haven’t materialized: police haven’t noticed an uptick in crime or death...  Read more

Sanders endorsement flops with millennials

Hillary Clinton hoped that Bernie Sanders’s endorsement would lead to millions of young people supporting her campaign, but that hasn’t worked out...  Read more

Giuliani fires up RNC crowd with boisterous speech

Giuliani got some of the loudest cheers at the opening night of the Republican convention...  Read more

Benghazi mom: Clinton belongs behind bars

The mother of a State Department employee killed in Benghazi assailed Hillary Clinton in a speech at the GOP convention, accusing her of lying to her and other families of the victims...  Read more

It Might Be Time To Bolt the GOP

Alan Abramowitz, an Emory University political scientist, has published a predictive model of presidential elections for decades...  Read more

RNC officials: No plans to ban guns in permitted areas

Guns are not permitted on the immediate perimeter of Quicken Loans Arena but they are allowed in protest zones within the event site...  Read more

Multiple officers shot in Baton Rouge; three dead

Three police officers were killed in Baton Rouge Sunday morning while three others were wounded by a suspect who may have targeted law enforcement agents...  Read more

Poll: Trump surges with Hispanics in 11 swing states

Despite the ‘expert’ opinion that Donald Trump’s hardline stance against illegal immigration would alienate Latino voters, a new poll released on Sunday showed he will do the same or better as past Republican candidates...  Read more

61% of Sanders voters are #NeverHillary, 48% will vote 3rd party

While Bernie Sanders has officially endorsed Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democratic nominee so far has not been able to enjoy much comfort in the fact...  Read more

Trump Is a Lemon, and Republicans Should Return Him

"Lemon laws are American state laws that provide a remedy for purchasers of cars and other consumer goods in order to compensate for products that repeatedly fail to meet standards of quality and performance," goes the Wikipedia definition...  Read more

Texas Tech black student org: “White lives don’t matter”

Texas Tech University’s Black Student Association is under fire after the organization tweeted that “white lives” and “blue lives” don’t matter following the police shootings of Alton Sterling in Louisiana and Philando Castle in Minnesota, according to CampusReform...  Read more