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Trump claims Muslims worldwide were 'going wild' after 9/11

Miami - US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump ramped up his incendiary rhetoric, claiming that Muslims around the world were "going wild" to cheer the September 11, 2001 attacks.

U.S. Republicans move to dump Trump

Washington - Many say the populist crazy talk is typical of the White House primaries, but Republican frontrunner Donald Trump's increasingly incendiary remarks are leading some conservatives to brand him a "fascist" and party rivals to ramp up attacks against him....

Trump calls for the return of waterboarding by US

Washington - Republican frontrunner Donald Trump called Sunday for the return of waterboarding, a near-drowning interrogation technique widely denounced as torture, saying it was "peanuts" compared to what Islamic State is doing.

Bobby Jindal drops out of U.S. presidential race

Washington - Republican Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal announced Tuesday he was bowing out of the 2016 presidential race, saying "this is not my time.

Trump says would consider closing some U.S. mosques

Washington - Billionaire Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump said Monday that the United States should "strongly consider" shuttering some mosques as part of its efforts to prevent extremist attacks in the country.

Ranting Trump compares rival Carson to child molester

Washington - Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump has unleashed a verbal assault on his nearest competitor Ben Carson, comparing him to a pedophile and saying US voters were "stupid" to believe the doctor's moving personal narrative.

Immigration splits Republican White House hopefuls

Washington - Donald Trump wants to expel undocumented US residents, Jeb Bush is for legalizing them. Immigration is dividing Republican White House hopefuls and embarrassing a party eager to appear strong -- yet welcoming to Hispanic voters.

Key quotes in fourth Republican debate

Milwaukee - Republican candidates covered plenty of political ground during their party's fourth primary debate of the 2016 presidential race, from immigration and the Islamic State group to taxes and Hillary Clinton.

Republican White House hopefuls struggle to break 2016 deadlock

Milwaukee - Republican White House hopefuls struggled to break away from the pack in an election debate with fewer personal barbs, but some feisty exchanges on immigration and national security.

Carson vows scrutiny will not derail White House bid

Washington - Republican presidential hopeful Ben Carson vowed Sunday to forge ahead with his campaign despite intense questions over discrepancies about the personal narrative he has made central to his White House bid.

Trump hosts 'Saturday Night Live' to cheers and jeers

New York - Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump said he had a "lot of fun" hosting the iconic US sketch comedy show "Saturday Night Live" -- despite protests over his appearance and mixed reviews about his performance.

White House hopeful Carson bristles under intense scrutiny

Washington - Ben Carson soared to the top of the 2016 Republican presidential heap with a compelling personal narrative, but questions about his past and a disputed military scholarship now threaten to disrupt his high-flying campaign.

Egypt pyramids for grain not pharoahs: Presidential hopeful Carson

Washington - Egypt's pyramids were built by the biblical Joseph to store grain and were not, as archaeologists believe, tombs for pharaohs, Republican presidential hopeful Ben Carson has said.

Trump steps up insults of rivals on campaign trail

Concord - Republican White House hopeful Donald Trump stepped up attacks on his campaign rivals Wednesday, insisting none of them have the caliber to become the next president of the United States.

Carson surges to fore in U.S. Republican race: Polls

Washington - Step aside, Donald Trump. The brash billionaire must now share frontrunner status in the US Republican presidential nominations battle with retired neurosurgeon and fellow political outsider Ben Carson, fresh polling showed Wednesday.

Op-Ed: Republicans' best trick yet — Making Paul Ryan seem reasonable

Washington - Just when you thought the U.S. Congress couldn't get more out-of-touch with the American people they're supposed to be representing comes this: the House of Representatives has picked Rep. Paul Ryan to be speaker.

Trump, Carson 'fantasy' policies derided in Republican debate

Boulder - Republican frontrunners Donald Trump and Ben Carson were accused of peddling "fantasy" economic policies at their party's presidential debate on Wednesday, as less-known rivals managed to grab campaign limelight.

Paul Ryan moves closer to U.S. House speaker's role

Washington - US congressman Paul Ryan and hardline Republicans signaled that he is closer to taking the role of speaker of the House after the majority of a conservative faction offered their support.

Ryan will run for U.S. House speaker, if conditions met

Washington - US congressman Paul Ryan announced he will run for the job of speaker of the House, if his fractious fellow Republicans are able to unify behind him.

'Pathetic' Trump and Jeb Bush spar over 9/11 remarks

Washington - Republican White House hopefuls Donald Trump and Jeb Bush locked horns after frontrunner Trump implied that former president George W. Bush shared some blame for the September 11, 2001 attacks.

Trump won't be next president: Obama

Washington - President Barack Obama is fairly certain of one thing when it comes to next year's election: Donald Trump won't succeed him in the White House.

Trump: I sometimes carry a gun

Washington - Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump says he sometimes carries a gun to protect himself, after a spate of shootings at colleges ramped up debate about firearms in the United States.

Congress chaos exposes U.S. Republican divide ahead of 2016

Washington - US Republicans have feuded since 2011. Now with the latest Washington chaos over who rises to House speaker, the GOP competes for the presidency struggling to show it can govern without compromising conservative doctrine.

Republican chaos as McCarthy quits US House speaker race

Washington - Conservative US Republicans drove frontrunner Kevin McCarthy out of the race to be the next speaker of the House, plunging their party into disarray and triggering a mad scramble to find the chamber's next leader.

No Muslim should be U.S. president: Carson

Washington - Republican presidential hopeful Ben Carson said no Muslim should be president of the United States, adding a new twist to a controversy roiling the party's White House nominating race.

Trump slips, Fiorina climbs in post-debate poll

Washington - Frontrunner Donald Trump slipped in the polls after this week's Republican presidential debate while former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina shot to second place, a new poll released Sunday found.

Trump says not 'morally obligated' to defend Obama

Des Moines - Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump said he was not morally obligated to defend Barack Obama after he let pass unchallenged a questioner's assertion that the US leader is a Muslim.

Trump under fire for failure to rebut anti-Muslim backer

Washington - Democratic presidential candidates slammed Donald Trump Friday for failing to challenge a questioner who wrongly claimed President Barack Obama was a Muslim and not a US citizen.

For many Hispanics, Trump is off the wall

Los Angeles - Roberto Centeno shrugs off Donald Trump's controversial remarks on Latinos -- including suggestions that America should build a frontier wall to keep out the "rapists" he alleges Mexico sends across the border.

Key moments in Republican presidential debate

Simi Valley - Republican White House hopefuls held their second presidential debate, a charged and at times highly personal political joust.
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