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Former Hewlett-Packard boss Fiorina ends White House bid

Washington - Republican Carly Fiorina, the outspoken former chief executive of Hewlett-Packard who argued she would be the sharpest challenger against Democrat Hillary Clinton for the presidency, ended her White House bid Wednesday.

Ten quotes from the Republican debate

Manchester - Republican candidates for the White House held their eighth debate ahead of the all-important New Hampshire primary election, which takes place Tuesday.Here are 10 of the most memorable quotes from the event, which took place late Saturday. - Buckle up!..

New Hampshire may be now or never for Jeb Bush

Concord - In a state whose motto is "Live Free or Die," New Hampshire's primary Tuesday is do or die for Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush.

Trump, Cruz at loggerheads as Republican race gets personal

New York - Donald Trump launched a full-blown attack on Republican arch-rival Ted Cruz on Wednesday, accusing him of stealing victory in Iowa as the Texas senator bit back, rubbishing the mogul's presidential credentials and questioning his sanity.

Rand Paul, Santorum end US presidential runs

Washington - Two more Republicans dropped out of the race for the White House, with Senator Rand Paul and Rick Santorum the latest to quit the fast-shrinking field for the party's presidential nod.

Rubio leads Republican mainstream lane after Iowa

Des Moines - Man of the moment Marco Rubio hit the ground running, eager to capitalize on his strong Iowa showing and convince US voters he is the singular Republican who can defeat Hillary Clinton in November.

Ted Cruz: Tea Party firebrand aims to storm White House

Washington - Once reviled by fellow Republicans as a "wacko bird" eager to shut down the US government, Ted Cruz now aims to outmaneuver rivals and bring his Tea Party conservatism straight into the White House.

Iowa's evangelicals take spotlight in presidential race

Ames - That Ted Cruz, Republican candidate for US president, should have taken the trouble to travel to tiny Fenton, with its 263 inhabitants and two churches, speaks volumes about the evangelical vote -- particularly in Iowa, where the presidential primary p...

Republicans debate as no-show Trump taunts from afar

Des Moines - Republican White House hopefuls jostled for the limelight in the absence of master showman Donald Trump, who snubbed the last debate before the party nomination votes begin and upstaged his rivals with a dueling event.

Trump traumatizes Republican race as US braces for Iowa

Des Moines - Republicans scrambling to win the first contest in the US presidential nomination race geared for battle at Thursday's high-stakes debate in Iowa, but defiant frontrunner Donald Trump upended the campaign by refusing to attend.

Frontrunner Trump to skip next Republican debate

Des Moines - White House hopeful Donald Trump will not participate in Thursday's Republican debate, bowing out of a nationally televised showdown just four days before Iowa kicks off the presidential nomination process.

Trump, Cruz in dead heat in Iowa: poll

Washington - Billionaire Donald Trump and Senator Ted Cruz are virtually tied in Iowa just six days before Republicans there cast the first votes for a presidential nominee, a new poll out Tuesday has found.

With one week to Iowa, Trump and Cruz deepen feud

Des Moines - Republicans Donald Trump and Ted Cruz intensified their feud with frontrunner Trump branding his rival a nasty "whack job" and Cruz challenging Trump's conservatism, one week before Iowa kicks off the US presidential nominations contest.

Trump would 'love' Bloomberg presidential run

Cedar Rapids - Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump on Sunday warmly welcomed a mooted run for the White House by Michael Bloomberg, saying he would "love" to go up against the fellow billionaire and former New York mayor.

As Trump, Cruz battle for Iowa, Republican civil war brews

Waterloo - One might be forgiven for forgetting that there are 12 Republicans still in the White House race -- for now, it's a two-man show.

Backing Trump, a polarizing Palin overshadows GOP race

Washington - American conservatives watching and sometimes wincing as "Mama Grizzly" Sarah Palin threw her support to Donald Trump were left wondering whether their movement to reclaim the White House in 2016 had received a shot in the arm -- or to the heart.

Ben Carson team in fatal crash, campaigning suspended

Washington - Republican Ben Carson temporarily suspended his US presidential bid Tuesday when four members of his campaign team were involved in a fatal car accident in Iowa, where the first votes in the nomination process will be cast.

Sarah Palin endorses 'master' dealmaker Trump for US president

Washington - Former vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin endorsed Republican billionaire Donald Trump, saying the real estate mogul would "lead the charge" as America's next president.

Iowa Republican race boils down to Trump vs Cruz

Washington - In this corner, Donald Trump. In the other, Ted Cruz.The brash billionaire and the US Senate conservative have taken off the gloves in Iowa, where they have emerged as the top contenders in the debut Republican presidential nominating contest.

Trump courts evangelicals, says Christianity 'under siege'

Lynchburg - Donald Trump declared himself a defender of besieged Christians in a campaign speech to more than 11,000 people, as the Republican presidential frontrunner openly courted evangelicals two weeks before the first nomination vote.

Trump ventures among evangelicals in search for votes

Washington - Manhattan billionaire Donald Trump, a pro-abortion Republican until recently, appears to have little in common with evangelical Christians. But he is increasingly gaining their support as he openly courts this key voting bloc.

Texas lawyer files 'birther' case against Ted Cruz

Is Senator Ted Cruz eligible to be president? That is the question a Texas lawyer wants the courts to answer. Following Donald Trump's attacks on Cruz's Canadian birth, there is now a legal challenge underway.

Trump, Cruz lock horns in US Republican debate

North Charleston - With the first vote of America's 2016 election two weeks away, Republican presidential frontrunners Donald Trump and Ted Cruz dispensed with months of niceties and locked horns in a primetime debate.

Muslim woman ejected from Trump rally after silent protest

Washington - A Muslim woman was kicked out of a Donald Trump presidential campaign rally after staging a silent protest against the Republican frontrunner, who has called for a ban on Muslims entering the US.

Jeb Bush races to salvage presidential campaign

Washington - Jeb Bush's US presidential bid is boiling down to early voting New Hampshire, some associates say, while others envision his protracted battle for the Republican nomination stretching deep into the spring.

In U.S. presidential race, Trump confronts rising rival Cruz

Washington - The US presidential nominations battle kicks off February 1 in Iowa. Donald Trump leads the Republican race nationally, but in the heartland state, he risks being eclipsed by Senator Ted Cruz, whose rise is bedeviling the billionaire.

Trump fans fresh controversy with first TV campaign ad

New York - Republican frontrunner Donald Trump on Monday unveiled his first TV ad of the presidential election campaign, fanning fresh controversy by incorporating footage of migrants fleeing Morocco into a Spanish enclave.

'Trump is disgusting': Skywriters slam White House hopeful

Los Angeles - Multiple planes took to the skies in California to lampoon Donald Trump in a series of "skywriting" messages, including: "America is great! Trump is disgusting.

Trump ready to roll out big money for campaign ads

Washington - Republican White House frontrunner Donald Trump said he will start spending millions of dollars in hard-hitting campaign advertising in the run-up to the first votes in the 2016 presidential race.

Trump laps Republican field in latest 2016 poll

Washington - Provocative billionaire Donald Trump is the dominant Republican candidate heading into the 2016 presidential election year, after a poll released Wednesday gave him double the support of his nearest competitor.
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