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GOP official rails against attempt to bring in 'fresh' candidate
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GOP official rails against attempt to bring in 'fresh' candidate

The Republican Party’s rules chairman is accusing other GOP officials of “a breach of our trust” by trying to preserve the party leadership’s power to allow the nomination of a fresh candidate for president.
Cruz wins all 14 Wyoming GOP delegates
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Cruz wins all 14 Wyoming GOP delegates

Painstaking organization and in-person campaigning paid off again for Ted Cruz on Saturday as he nailed down all 14 delegates up for grabs at the Republican Party convention in Wyoming. The result leaves Donald Trump facing yet another loss in a string of defe...
Sanders gave 4 percent of income to charity in 2014
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Sanders gave 4 percent of income to charity in 2014

WASHINGTON (AP) — Bernie Sanders released his full 2014 federal tax return Friday, revealing that he mostly lives off a six-figure government salary and donated about 4 percent of his family's income to charitable causes. Sanders and his wife, Jane, donated...
Obamas pay $81,000 in taxes on $436,000 of income
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Obamas pay $81,000 in taxes on $436,000 of income

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama paid more than $81,000 in taxes last year on adjusted gross income of more than $436,000. Their effective federal income tax rate was 18.7 percent. That's according to income tax returns for Obama and his wife, Miche...
Netanyahu says Israel will never withdraw from Golan Heights
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Netanyahu says Israel will never withdraw from Golan Heights

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday his country will never withdraw from the Golan Heights and the strategic plateau bordering Syria will forever stay in Israeli hands. In a ceremonial Cabinet meeting in the Golan marking ...
The Citadel considers exception to allow Muslim hijab
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The Citadel considers exception to allow Muslim hijab

The Citadel, South Carolina’s state military college in Charleston, is considering a request from a new student that the school’s longstanding uniform requirements be tweaked to allow her to wear a traditional Muslim headscarf.
Clinton campaign and Democratic party sue Arizona over voting rights
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Clinton campaign and Democratic party sue Arizona over voting rights

Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and the Democratic party will file a joint lawsuit on Friday to demand greater access to the polls in Arizona, where voters were left waiting as long as five hours to cast their ballot in last month’s primary.