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Turning Inward

Should the GOP resist not only illegal but also legal immigration?

Stress Tests for Republicans

Can Scott Walker and GOP congressional leaders step up their game?

Rand Paul, This Isn't Your Father's CPAC

Rand Paul is still a fan favorite here. But attendees were roused by invocations of President Obama's weakness on national security.

Marco Rubio Questions Obama’s Faith in American Exceptionalism

The Florida senator is raising similar concerns about the president that Rudy Giuliani has. But he's winning over supporters in the process.

Agriculture Has a Science Problem

A series of recent findings, particularly on nutrition, has sowed confusion.

On Foreign Policy, Republicans Remain the Party of Bush

Jeb Bush has received outsized scrutiny for the makeup of his large team of foreign policy advisers, as observers try to cull any clues about his thinking on international affa...

Across the Great Divide

Can any Republican unify the party in the 2016 primaries?

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