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Bernie Sanders calls for resignation of Michigan governor: 'The people of Flint deserve more than an apology'

Bernie Sanders has called for the governor of Michigan to resign over the lead poisoning crisis that has hit the water supply of the city of Flint, saying on Saturday Rick Snyder has “no excuses” for the the disaster.

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Chris Christie: Criticism from New Jersey is based on 'partisanship'

Chris Christie on Sunday blamed “partisanship” for criticism in New Jersey about his record in office and the time he spends out of the state while campaigning for president.

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Donald Trump: Hillary constantly plays 'the woman card -- it’s the only way she may get elected'

Donald Trump has taken another shot at Hillary Clinton, telling CBS’s Face the Nation in an interview to be broadcast on Sunday: “She’s constantly playing the woman card. It’s the only way she may get elected.”

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Twitter rips Carly Fiorina for pandering to Iowa voters by rooting against her alma mater

The Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina courted controversy on Friday, with a tweet which expressed support for the Iowa Hawkeyes against the Stanford Cardinal in that day’s Rose Bowl.

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Jeb Bush: It's 'liberating' to run against a guy like Trump 'who is not qualified to be president'

Jeb Bush says it is “a little liberating” to be campaigning against Donald Trump, who is 30% or more ahead of the former Florida governor in recent opinion polls .

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Jeb Bush: I'd still support Trump over Clinton because 'anybody is better than Hillary'

Jeb Bush would support Donald Trump if the real-estate billionaire were to win the Republican presidential nomination, “because anybody is better than Hillary Clinton”.

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New York plastic surgeon performs 'most extensive' face transplant ever

A plastic surgeon at New York University’s Langone Medical Center has performed the “most extensive” facial transplant ever.

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Current HP head favors 2016 candidate 'with experience in politics' over Fiorina

On the day Hewlett-Packard split into two companies, the tech giant’s chief executive, Meg Whitman, said she backed “someone who had some experience in politics” for president rather than Carly Fiorina, a former HP CEO whose campaign for the White House is based on her business experience .

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Ben Carson says as 'volatile' teen he 'went after people with hammers' and tried to stab someone

Ben Carson has answered critics who say he lacks energy for the Republican presidential fight, saying that in contrast to his softly spoken demeanour as an adult he was “very volatile” as a teenager, when he “would go after people with rocks, and bricks, and baseball bats, and hammers”.

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Ted Cruz: Donald Trump is unleashing the 'volcanic rage' of voters and that is good for my campaign

The Texas senator Ted Cruz says the rise of Donald Trump makes him “very optimistic” the next occupant of the White House will be a conservative – perhaps himself – propelled there by the “volcanic rage” of voters.

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Bernie Sanders: It's time to take on gun manufacturers who sell guns 'designed only to kill people'

Bernie Sanders has used an appearance before a large crowd in Colorado and an NBC interview to continue his attempt to reassure voters in the Democratic primary about his position on gun control .

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Atheist Richard Dawkins hammered for accusing Ahmed Mohamed of wanting to be arrested

The evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins found himself at the centre of controversy on Sunday when he questioned the motives of Ahmed Mohamed, the 14-year-old boy who was arrested and detained in Texas when a teacher thought a clock he had made was a bomb.

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Bernie Sanders emphasizes differences between himself and Hillary as polls tighten

After a new poll showed Bernie Sanders trailing Hillary Clinton in Iowa by only seven points, the Vermont senator seized a chance to differentiate himself from the establishment favourite for the Democratic presidential nomination.

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Conservative hypocrisy: Donald Trump isn't the only one who has a problem with women

Donald Trump was at the heart of another controversy on Saturday, after the RedState conservative activist Erick Erickson banned him from his event in Atlanta over comments about Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly.

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Lindsey Graham: GOP must reject 'demagogue' Donald Trump or party will 'deserve to lose'

South Carolina senator calls the business mogul a ‘wrecking ball’ and warns if Republicans don’t challenge views on immigration they deserve to lose

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