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A Trump challenge: Uniting bitter Republicans

Washington - US Republicans have taken to social media in droves to burn their voter registration cards, renounce their political affiliation, and pledge never to vote for their party's presumptive nominee Donald Trump in November.

Kasich ends White House bid, Trump is presumptive nominee

Washington - Ohio Governor John Kasich announced Wednesday he was suspending his US presidential campaign, leaving billionaire Donald Trump as the last Republican candidate and the party's presumptive nominee.

Trump eyes running mate with political experience

Washington - Donald Trump, the de facto Republican nominee in the race for the White House, said Wednesday he wants a running mate with political experience who can work well with Congress.

Ted Cruz: Tea Party firebrand but no match for Trump

Des Moines - Once reviled by fellow Republicans as a "wacko bird" eager to shut down the US government, Ted Cruz believed his arch-conservatism could propel him into the White House -- but ultimately proved no match for the Donald Trump steamroller.

Trump 'presumptive' White House nominee: Republican chief

Washington - Republican Party chief Reince Priebus has declared that Donald Trump will be the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, after his main rival Ted Cruz dropped out of the race.

Tense protests outside Trump speech in California

Burlingame - Hundreds of demonstrators jostled with police in riot gear outside a California hotel where Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump was to give a speech, forcing the candidate to duck into a back entrance.

Hounded by protests, Trump surges as Cruz scrambles

Burlingame - Hundreds of protesters faced off with police on Friday at a California hotel where Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump was giving a speech, as tensions intensified ahead of the next key primaries.

Protests at Trump California rally turn violent

Los Angeles - Protests at a California rally for Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump reportedly turned violent Thursday, with 20 people arrested after a police car window was smashed and rocks were thrown.

A path to nomination, narrow as it is, emerges for Trump

Washington - Donald Trump's path to victory in the Republican presidential nomination race, dismissed as inconceivable by many in the run up to the primaries, is actually appearing more credible, political experts said.

Former U.S. House speaker: Cruz is 'Lucifer in the flesh'

Washington - Former US House speaker John Boehner has let fly with a stunning critique of fellow Republican and 2016 presidential hopeful Ted Cruz, labeling him the devil incarnate.

White House race: What is a contested convention?

Washington - It is Donald Trump's worst nightmare: the Republican White House nomination slipping through his fingers at the party convention in Cleveland in July, after dominating the months-long primary race.

In race for White House, Cruz scoops up 14 more delegates

Washington - Republican Ted Cruz picked up more delegates in the race for the White House Saturday, winning all 14 that were up for grabs at his party's state convention in Wyoming.

Angry and frustrated upstate New York swings behind Trump

Binghamton - What do a New York lawyer, a business owner who calls himself a left-leaning Republican and a construction worker who elected Barack Obama have in common? They're voting for Donald Trump.None of them live on the breadline.

Daggers drawn as Trump, Cruz wage delegate warfare

Washington - Donald Trump is bent on securing the Republican presidential nomination before the party's convention in July, but well-organized rival Ted Cruz has been cleverly out-maneuvering him in the all-important delegate battle.

No hard feelings: Trump says ex-rivals could get cabinet invite

Washington - Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump says some of his former White House rivals could make his short list for key government posts, despite a bitter campaign that has included name-calling and personal attacks.

U.S. newspaper publishes fake 'President Trump' frontpage

Washington - A US newspaper has published a mockup of what a frontpage might look like should Republican frontrunner Donald Trump win the presidency, as it condemned his "deeply disturbing" and "profoundly un-American" vision.

After primaries, a bleak election landscape for Trump

Washington - Donald Trump may have a difficult but not improbable route to the Republican presidential nomination.When it comes to ultimate victory in November's general election, however, the real estate tycoon faces a far more forbidding path.

Trump can win before Republican convention: aide

New York - A top aide to Donald Trump said Friday he was confident that the billionaire can win the Republican nomination for the White House outright and avoid a contested convention in July."We have a clear path forward. It's difficult. We have to win.

Trump attacks Cruz, delighting home crowd in New York

Esbon - Donald Trump attacked his insurgent Republican rival Ted Cruz and ignored his crushing defeat in Wisconsin on Wednesday, electrifying thousands of passionate supporters at a home state rally in New York.

Trump 'details' how Mexico would fund U.S. wall

New York - Donald Trump wants to force Mexico to pay for a giant wall along the southern US border by threatening to cut off billions of dollars sent home by Mexican immigrants, a US newspaper reported TuesdayThe Republican frontrunner's promise to build the wall...

Don't trust Trump, Atlantic City critics warn America

Atlantic City - Con Kimura got the best Christmas bonus of his life working for Donald Trump in Atlantic City in 1984. But he still won't vote for him as president.

'It was a mistake': Trump regrets retweet of Cruz wife

New York - Donald Trump says he regrets retweeting an unflattering picture of the wife of arch-rival Ted Cruz, in a rare act of contrition from the Republican presidential frontrunner.

Trump says U.S. abortion laws 'set' for now

Washington - US abortion laws are set for now, Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump said, reiterating that he thinks abortion is "murder" days after igniting a firestorm by suggesting women who have them should be punished.

Most Americans appear to support torture against terror suspects

According to a recent poll, nearly two-thirds of Americans believe torture is an acceptable way of extracting information from suspected terrorists -- a level of support similar to that of Nigeria, where attacks are more common.

Trump: Women who get illegal abortions should be 'punished'

Washington - Women who have illegal abortions should be punished, Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump said, before backpedaling after a firestorm erupted over his latest controversial comment.

Trump campaign chief charged with battery of reporter

Washington - Donald Trump's presidential campaign manager was arrested and charged with battery for allegedly grabbing a reporter, in a dramatic new illustration of the tensions surrounding the Republican frontrunner's White House bid.

Women: The Achilles heel that could doom Trump

New York - "Bimbo," "dog," "fat pig" -- Donald Trump has never minced his words about women he doesn't like, but prolific insults and personal attacks on prominent females may cost him the election.

Wives dragged into fray as Trump-Cruz spat heats up

Washington - Donald Trump and his main challenger for the Republican presidential nomination, Ted Cruz, have escalated their bitter feud, taking to social media to clash over two unlikely figures: their wives.

Who votes Trump? Sketch of a typical backer

Washington - Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump's most enthusiastic supporters are predominantly white, lack college education, and bemoan their apparent marginalization in a rapidly changing America.

Fox denounces Trump 'sick obsession' with news anchor Kelly

New York - Fox News renewed its bitter dispute with Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump, accusing him of harboring a "sick obsession" with prominent news anchor Megyn Kelly and waging a campaign of crude verbal abuse against her.
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