The Texas senator has become the favorite to win Tuesday’s primary in Wisconsin, which would be huge for his presidential campaign. He’s seen a GOP establishment that despised him warm to his presidential campaign, and showed off his policy chops and a sense of humor during a Wednesday night appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel

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By Jonathan Easley
Ted Cruz is having a moment to shine.
The Texas senator has become the favorite to win Tuesday’s primary in Wisconsin, which would be huge for his presidential campaign.
He’s seen a GOP establishment that despised him warm to his presidential campaign, and showed off his policy chops and a sense of humor during a Wednesday night appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.
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By Harper Neidig and Jesse Byrnes
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump on Thursday met with Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus behind closed doors at RNC headquarters.
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By Jesse Byrnes
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus on Thursday night brushed off news of all three GOP presidential candidates backing away from their pledge to support the eventual nominee.
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By Jonathan Swan
Conservative groups are banking on a Ted Cruz victory in Tuesday’s Wisconsin primary to halt Donald Trump’s momentum and convince increasingly dubious millionaires to keep funding the “Never Trump” movement.
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By Scott Wong
There’s a race in the Republican Party happening far away from the hot media glare, one that doesn’t involve a candidate named Trump or Twitter fights or violent protests.
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By Jesse Byrnes
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump on Thursday doubled down on his promise to not rule out using nuclear weapons in Europe.
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By Jordan Fabian
The White House said Thursday it would be “catastrophic” if countries like Japan and South Korea were to obtain nuclear weapons, slamming Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump’s statements.
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By Harper Neidig
Hillary Clinton on Thursday accused Bernie Sanders’s campaign of lying about her in a heated exchange with an environmental activist.
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By Mario Trujillo
Millions of poor Americans will be eligible for federal subsidies to help pay the cost of Internet service after new regulations were approved in a whirlwind Federal Communications Commission (FCC) meeting on Thursday.
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By Timothy Cama
The United States and China are pledging to sign last year’s Paris climate change agreement as early as possible.
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By Alana Wise
Clinton is slated to roll out the proposal on Friday in Syracuse, New York, ahead of the state’s nominating contest on April 19.
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The New York Times: Sanders seeks to win over New York by stressing Brooklyn roots
By Yamiche Alcindor
“What this campaign is about is creating a political revolution,” Sanders told his cheering supporters.
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The Wall Street Journal: Strong job growth expected but wages remain a problem
By Anna Louis Sussman
Economists expect a rise in nonfarm payrolls of 213,000 in March.
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USA Today: How the Virgin Islands could decide the GOP presidential nomination
By Paul Singer and Fredreka Schouten
The tiny U.S. territory is one of a handful of places where Republicans can select “unbound” delegates.
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The Associated Press: George Mason University becomes a favorite of Charles Koch
By Matthew Barakat
The size of the donations has raised concerns among some George Mason students and faculty about maintaining academic independence.
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