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Ted Cruz, Not Donald Trump, Could Become the GOP's Nominee

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Trump clearly has maintained his stranglehold on the media and certain swaths of the American population since he arrived, all bombast and swagger, on the 2016 election scene back in June. But according to The Washington Post's Chris Cillizza, Trump is actually not the one to watch—or beat.

Romney Blasts Obama's Rhetoric as Editors Look On

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Mitt Romney sure is acting like a man who has it in the bag, and he practically does after racking up more wins lately in the GOP primary sweepstakes That means, of course, that it's time to show President Obama what he's got, and on Wednesday he threw down by accusing Obama of "rhetorical excess" Wait, what?.

Kagan Goes A'Courtin' on Capitol Hill

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On Thursday, Supreme Court hopeful Elena Kagan observed the nominee tradition of making the rounds on Capitol Hill by dropping in on key senators from both sides of the aisle, and it seems she made some key gains -- even Scott Brown might vote to confirm her!

Remodeling Karzai's Cabinet

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Hamid Karzai is having issues in his second term as Afghanistan's president. It seems that the Afghan parliament has nixed 17 of his 24 Cabinet nominees.

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