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Break It Down: Fact Checking The GOP Debate

After Thursday night's Republican presidential debate, NPR policy reporters fact check the candidates' statements.
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Week In Politics: State Of The Union, GOP Debate

NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks to Joy-Ann Reid, national correspondent for MSNBC and author of Fracture, and Mary Kate Cary, former speechwriter for President George H.W. Bush and columnist for U.S. News & World Report, about the political news of the week.
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Jeb Bush Picks Up Endorsement From Lindsey Graham

Graham's presidential campaign went nowhere, but as a senator from the early voting state of South Carolina he hopes to still have some clout.
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Heading Into Iowa, GOP Candidates Clash But Fail To Derail The Trump Express

Ted Cruz noted that Donald Trump and his lawyers had earlier given him a pass on his Canadian birth, but that since then "the Constitution hasn't changed, but the poll numbers have."
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On The Clock: Trump And Cruz Dominate Airtime, Carson Lags

Ben Carson spoke for just over eight minutes during Thursday's 2 1/2-hour Republican debate, according to NPR's count. Host Fox Business Network had vowed to give the candidates equal time.
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The Ted Cruz Goldman Sachs Loan, Explained

Here are four ways to understand the controversy that the Texas senator finds himself in after it was revealed that his Senate campaign did not disclose a loan from the Wall Street investment giant.
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New Asian-American SuperPAC Formed To Increase 'The Power Of Our Vote'

Asian-Americans had the lowest voter turnout of any racial group in 2012. A new superPAC is trying to change that record, with hopes of tilting the election.
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Democratic Race Transforms Into Battle Of Sharp Contrasts

As voting nears and polls suggest a tightening race, the leaders for the Democratic presidential nomination are sharpening their focus on one another.
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GOP Presidential Candidates Gear Up For Debate In Charleston, S.C.

Republican presidential candidates meet for their next debate Thursday night in Charleston, S.C., with the Iowa caucuses less than three weeks away.
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GOP Debate: Desperation Time Is Setting In

With less than three weeks to go before voting begins, watch for skirmishes to break out at Thursday's Republican debate — from attacks on Donald Trump to establishment candidates vying for position.

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