Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign stop on Saturday in Birmingham, Ala.
November 22, 2015 In an interview, Donald Trump said people in New Jersey — "where you have large Arab populations" — were cheering when the Twin Towers came down. Police, however, have said it did not happen.
November 20, 2015 Donald Trump campaign appearances keep getting more combative. On Wednesday night in Worcester, Mass., a big crowd cheered his attacks on ISIS, fellow candidate Marco Rubio, food stamps and the media.
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Law enforcement officers escort a man from a campaign event for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in Worcester, Mass., on Wednesday.
November 19, 2015 In another fiery speech on Wednesday night, Trump claimed his hair was better than Marco Rubio's and suggested that Bowe Bergdahl should be shot.
Donald Trump's direct message on bombing ISIS seemed to resonate louder than all the others.
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November 19, 2015 Pundits have been wrongly predicting Donald Trump's downfall in the presidential race for months. The latest conventional wisdom says that after Paris, he will fade. But that might be very wrong.
Republican presidential candidate John Kasich's campaign is running an online ad and sent out a fundraising plea in response to the Paris attacks. Kasich is shown here at a town hall campaign event.
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November 18, 2015 The issue of whether to allow Syrian refugees to relocate to the U.S. has become a top issue in this weekend's bitter Louisiana governor's race. Presidential hopefuls also have ads out on the debate.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump files for the New Hampshire state ballot earlier this month in Concord.
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November 18, 2015 The billionaire's support remains essentially unchanged at 22 percent, far ahead of other Republican candidates in the state.
President Obama pauses as he speaks about attacks in Paris from the briefing room of the White House on Friday.
November 14, 2015 Politics is never far from controversy — be it Supreme Court rulings, guns or terrorist attacks, like the one in Paris. President Obama — and the candidates trying to replace him — all weighed in.
During Tuesday night's Republican presidential debate, Donald Trump pointed to an Eisenhower-era program that resulted in mass deportations.
November 11, 2015 Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump pointed to the Eisenhower-era program that deported masses of Latino immigrants. But the program was deadly and controversial.
Republican candidates for president debated Tuesday night in Milwaukee, Wis.
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November 10, 2015 Both Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio had strong showings, while Jeb Bush probably did enough to stop worries of nervous supporters. Candidates showed big differences on immigration and on foreign policy.
Low-wage workers and supporters protest for a $15 an hour minimum wage Tuesday in New York City as part of what organizers called a National Day of Action.
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November 10, 2015 In dozens of cities, low-wage workers, backed by a key union, held demonstrations demanding a minimum wage of $15. They planned to protest in Milwaukee outside the Republican presidential debate.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush again needs a strong debate performance to quiet concerns that his White House campaign is struggling.
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November 10, 2015 The former Florida governor will again be feeling the heat. Marco Rubio will try to capitalize on his breakout performance from last time. And Ben Carson could fend off questions about his biography.
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., signs papers to be on the primary ballot in New Hampshire, the second presidential nominating contest behind Iowa.
November 5, 2015 The Florida senator is the youngest in the field presidential field, and he's making generational change key to his message. He does it when he talks about the economy and, yes, Darth Vader.
As with many campaign books, Trump's Crippled America functions in part as a supersized resume.
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November 5, 2015 The billionaire real-estate mogul's Crippled America, like any presidential campaigner's book, might be about publicity more than substance.
Donald Trump (center) makes a point as Marco Rubio (left) and Ben Carson look on during the CNBC Republican presidential debate at the University of Colorado, Boulder.
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October 28, 2015 Marco Rubio had several standout moments while Jeb Bush struggled to snap up speaking time. And for once, Donald Trump seemed to fade into the background at times.
At an event in Sioux City Tuesday night, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump expressed astonishment that he is now trailing Ben Carson in Iowa.
October 28, 2015 The billionaire real estate mogul has seen his numbers slip in the state that holds the first presidential nominating contest, and he let the crowd know about his displeasure Tuesday night.
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