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Bush Fights Elitist Image, One Gas-Station Selfie at a Time
Looking to outrun the shadow of his family dynasty, the candidate is taking a folksy approach to campaigning in Iowa.
By Tim Alberta
A Tale of Two GOP Advisers, Split by 2016
Two old friends — national security pros and Romney campaign veterans — are advising two different presidential candidates this time around.
By Molly O'Toole, Defense One
Republican Debate Turns Spectacle and Leaves Trump on Top
The prime-time event produces fireworks and some surprises as second-tier candidates find ways to break through.
By Tim Alberta and Shane Goldmacher
12 Things Senators Can’t Do While Running for President
The thin line between what’s acceptable and what’s not, according to the upper chamber.
By Nora Kelly
Megyn Kelly Comments Get Donald Trump ‘Disinvited’ From RedState
The first major rebuke of the man leading the Republican primary field.
By S.V. Dáte
The First Debate of 2016 Was a Dud
But Carly Fiorina stands out amid the morass.
By Shane Goldmacher and Tim Alberta
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