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Record 61 million immigrants in U.S., 15.7 million illegally

There are a record 61 million immigrants and their American-born children in the United States, including an estimated 15.7 million illegally here, according to a new analysis of 2015 U.S. Census data.  Read more

Can Donald Trump be stopped?

As Donald Trump has taken a commanding lead in the race for the Republican presidential nomination, many professional Republicans and conservative activists have pledged to do everything in their power to stop him.  Read more

Webb won't vote for Clinton, says Trump is an option

Former Sen. Jim Webb said, "No, I would not vote for Hillary Clinton. ... It's nothing personal against Hillary Clinton."  Read more

Confusion follows Trump flip-flop on key immigration issue

Donald Trump won the South Carolina primary across the board, but he did particularly well with the 10 percent of voters who named immigration as the nation's top issue.  Read more

Female Youth Vote: CRNC’s plan to overcome the ‘War on Women’

Alexandra Smith of the College Republican National Committee spoke to CPAC 2016 attendees on Thursday afternoon. She was there to explain how to reach the female vote, particularly when it comes to overcoming the so-called “War on Women.”  Read more

#FeelTheJohnson: Will Gov. Johnson be third party answer to Trump?

Libertarian Party candidate for president and former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson believes he could be the third party answer for conservatives and younger libertarian-leaning voters, if Trump wins the Republican nomination.  Read more

Lion Ted: Cruz Crushes the Detroit Debate

In theory, Ted Cruz’s best states are behind him. But at the Detroit debate, Cruz was clearly the class of the field and it's clear that no one should count him out as the delegate race moves into its next phase.  Read more

Mitt Romney: Trump is 'a phony, a fraud'

Mitt Romney, the former Republican presidential nominee, is expected to call Donald Trump a "phony" and a "fraud" on Thursday.  Read more

GOP plan to stop 'runaway nominee' Trump

What happens if neither, or even just one, can beat Trump?  Read more

With Hillary as front-runner, will millennials abandon Democrats?

Just as GOP front-runner Donald Trump won seven of the 11 Super Tuesday states, so did his Democratic counter-part, Hillary Clinton.  Read more

20-of-22 Economists on Sanders’ Free College: “A bad idea”

Economists are not amused with the college plans offered by Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.  Read more

The Migrants of Calais

Losers and winners in the global economy  Read more

Cruz asks opponents to 'prayerfully consider' exiting the race

After winning two states Tuesday night, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz called on his Republican rivals to "prayerfully consider" exiting the 2016 presidential race in order to help him defeat Donald Trump.  Read more

Supreme Court set to hear biggest abortion case in a decade

During the oral arguments, all eyes will be on Justice Anthony Kennedy, who is expected to be the decisive vote on the issue.  Read more

Super Tuesday: Trump wins big with young voters, breaks turnout records

No way to cut it, Donald Trump had a good night on Super Tuesday — winning at least six states and leading in another one as of the writing of this article.  Read more

Trump v. Clinton: Both are in legal trouble, Trump University lawsuit may hurt GOP

If Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are chosen as the nominees for their respective parties, Americans may be deciding between two candidates embroiled in legal drama come Election Day.  Read more

Trump Dominates

But the same GOP split that allowed his rise threatens Trump’s chances to be the next president.  Read more

Immigration fades, but it's still a factor in the GOP primary

How important is immigration to the 2016 presidential race?  Read more