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Candidate Carson thinks opponent Cruz should fire staffers

Windham - Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson called on fellow candidate Ted Cruz to fire whomever started a rumor in Iowa that the retired neurosurgeon was dropping out of the race for the nomination.

Clinton's White House dream lives despite Bernie surge

New York - It may be the narrowest victory in Iowa history, but Hillary Clinton's win over Bernie Sanders puts her on course to clinch the Democratic nomination even if it's more of an uphill battle than she once hoped.The former secretary of state took 49.

Razor-thin victory for Clinton in Iowa: Democratic party results

Des Moines - Hillary Clinton won a razor-thin victory over Bernie Sanders in the Iowa caucuses that kicked off the 2016 US presidential race, Democratic party results showed Tuesday.With 100 percent of precincts reporting, Clinton took 49.8 percent, against 49.

Sanders: Democratic socialist calling for revolution

New York - Bernie Sanders, the Democratic presidential hopeful beating Hillary Clinton in the Iowa polls, is the country's longest serving independent Congressman who is calling for a political revolution in America.

Hillary Clinton's lifelong ambition: The presidency

Des Moines - Since her school days, Hillary Clinton has chased success, earning honors and accolades that could fill a bookcase. The ambitious Midwesterner has managed it all in her lengthy career -- all except the presidency, her decades-long obsession.

Bill Clinton paints candidate Hillary as 'changemaker'

Former president Bill Clinton was back on the campaign trail in Iowa Wednesday, calling his presidential candidate wife Hillary a changemaker as her rival surged ahead in a new poll.

My ideas aren't radical, Sanders tells Democrat skeptics

Des Moines - Fighting tooth and nail against frontrunner Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination, Bernie Sanders said that he is no radical and that voters will embrace his agenda to end US income inequality.

Clinton urges Iowa voters to finish 'shopping', choose her

North Liberty - Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton on Sunday urged Iowa voters to choose her experience over the idealism of rival Bernie Sanders, who made the rounds of university campuses at the weekend to earn student support.

Unexpected town hall may give Clinton an edge in Iowa

Hillary Clinton will get a chance to challenge Bernie Sanders for the lead in the Iowa caucus in an unexpected town hall event just a week before the vote.

Clinton counters Sanders 'revolution' with her experience

Charleston - Democratic presidential candidates clashed in their final debate before first votes are cast in Iowa, with Hillary Clinton saying she's ready to take on the "world's hardest job" as she sparred with her surging rival Bernie Sanders.

Clinton, Sanders to square off in pre-Iowa debate

Washington - Democratic presidential candidates square off for a crucial debate Sunday, with frontrunner Hillary Clinton feeling the heat from challenger Bernie Sanders in a tightening nomination race two weeks before the first vote is cast in Iowa.

Clinton offensive sharpens against Dem rival Sanders

Washington - Facing an uphill battle in New Hampshire and tightening polls in Iowa, US presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton is on the offensive -- not just against Republicans, but also against Bernie Sanders, her chief rival in the Democratic nomination race.

Democrat and Republican affiliation falls to record low

The number of ordinary Americans identifying as Democrats and Republicans has fallen to record lows. Four in ten Americans now identify as independents.

Trump fights sexism charge after vulgar Clinton jibe

Washington - Republican White House frontrunner Donald Trump fought off fresh accusations of sexism after he coined a vulgar new term of abuse while attacking rival Hillary Clinton.

US Democrats hit Trump, clash over jihadist fight in debate

Manchester - Hillary Clinton and other Democratic presidential hopefuls have used Donald Trump as a political bogeyman to highlight their own calls to defeat jihadist extremists without the bigotry and bluster brandished by their top Republican rival.

Clinton, Sanders to debate amid data breach scandal

Washington - US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will take on rival Bernie Sanders at the third Democratic debate late Saturday, amid accusations that a data breach was carried out by his camp.

State Dept posts 7th batch of Clinton emails

Washington - The State Department released a new tranche of about 5,000 emails sent or received by Hillary Clinton when she served as top US diplomat and controversially used a private email server.

Clinton urges war on Islamic State, not Muslims

Des Moines - White House hopeful Hillary Clinton called for global unity to crush the Islamic State group, as the carnage in Paris took center stage at Saturday's Democratic presidential debate.

Clinton says would reaffirm ties with Israel if elected

Washington - Hillary Clinton assured American Jews that she would reaffirm the United States' "unbreakable bonds" with Israel and promptly invite Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Washington should she win the White House.

Clinton interrupted by 'Black Lives Matter' protesters

Atlanta - US Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton was interrupted Friday by protesters from the "Black Lives Matter" movement while speaking about the criminal justice system at a historically black university.

Clinton in campaign command after 'quite a week'

Alexandria - It's been a great week for Hillary Clinton.First, Democratic rival Joe Biden abandoned his presidential dreams.

Democratic White House field shrinks to three as Chafee pulls out

Washington - The number of Democrats vying for the White House narrowed to three Friday, after former Rhode Island governor Lincoln Chafee dropped out of the race.His website, chafee2016.

Clinton extends poll lead in race for Democratic vote

Washington - Frontrunner Hillary Clinton has extended her lead over fellow White House hopeful Bernie Sanders in the 2016 Democratic nomination race, while her leading Republican rival Donald Trump has done the same, polls showed Tuesday.

Clinton rides momentum of Democratic debate

Las Vegas - Hillary Clinton fired up a crowd during her first major rally in months after a strong Democratic debate performance, vowing to back President Barack Obama's immigration reform efforts.

Clinton debate boost may keep Biden on 2016 sidelines

Washington - Hillary Clinton bested her challengers in the campaign's first Democratic presidential debate, but her biggest accomplishment may have been to neutralize a potential rival who was not even on stage: Joe Biden.

Key moments in US Democratic debate

Las Vegas - The first Democratic debate of the 2016 US presidential campaign kicked off Tuesday with frontrunner Hillary Clinton trying to draw a line under scandals that have chipped away at her support.

Trump needles debating Democrats via Twitter

Las Vegas - Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump was not about to let Democrats steal the limelight in their first 2016 debate, offering his own running commentary of proceedings and their electoral chances.

Clinton fends off rivals in first Democratic debate

Las Vegas - Hillary Clinton emerged unscathed rom the Democratic Party's first debate for the 2016 presidential campaign, cutting a calm and confident figure as she sparred with her rivals for the White House.

Clinton message rises: She won't be Obama 2.0

Washington - As Barack Obama's secretary of State, Hillary Clinton loyally carried out his agenda, but since mounting her presidential bid she has split with the White House on several key issues, including global trade.

Draft Biden group airs first TV ad urging him to run

Washington - Vice President Joe Biden, who has spent months mulling whether to jump into the 2016 White House race, received strong encouragement Wednesday when a pro-Biden group released a TV ad urging him to run."Things can change in a heartbeat.
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