'Let Bernie run': Joe Biden downplays tensions in party after Nevada chaos

Vice-president said Democrats aren’t fundamentally split after state convention that allegedly ‘ended in chaos and physical threats’ from Sanders supporters

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Donald Trump's kryptonite: Millions of active – and furious – Latino voters

Barely a day goes by when Donald Trump offers Latino something new to get riled up about. In a “Cinco de Mayo” tweet on Thursday, for example, he declared “I love Hispanics!” in the caption to a selfie that showed him digging into a “taco bowl” at his desk.

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With Clinton in the lead, Democrats begin pondering possible running mates

As Clinton has all but locked up the Democratic presidential nomination, many are starting to wonder what the general election ticket might look like

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Rubio finally takes off gloves to pummel Trump -- but is it too late?

Mounting a stage at a public park in downtown Dallas, Marco Rubio pulled out his phone before a crowd of more than 3,000 and began reading from Donald Trump’s Twitter account.

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South Carolina could be the establishment's last stand in the Republican civil war

While Marco Rubio took the stage inside a barn flanked by two South Carolina lawmakers who like him were once seen as the future of the Republican party, two hours south-east in North Charleston Jeb Bush focused on the past, with his brother George W Bush joining him for the first time on the campaign trail.

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Marco Rubio: Americans needs guns to protect themselves from terrorists like ISIS

Vowing to defend the second amendment , Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio suggested to a packed audience in Iowa that guns might be the only tools at their disposal to protect themselves against the Islamic State.

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Is he eligible to run for president? Why some Republicans say Ted Cruz's citizenship is 'fair game'

With Ted Cruz emerging as a threat in Donald Trump’s path to the Republican presidential nomination, the real estate mogul has looked to blunt Cruz’s momentum by questioning his eligibility to run for president because he was not born in the United States.

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Rubio ready for a Clinton fight: 'How's she going to lecture me' on struggling

As Republicans enter the home stretch of selecting a candidate to win back the White House, Marco Rubio asked voters to envision a general election in which Hillary Clinton could “lecture” him on the lives of struggling Americans.

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There's nothing like family to win over voters – unless your name's Bush

From Clinton’s granddaughter to the migrant fathers of Rubio and Cruz, a well-deployed relative can make you look more human – but not everyone is an asset

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GOP establishment races to topple Trump in New Hampshire

Republican establishment candidates are locked in a mortal fight to win the state of New Hampshire – where failure, for some, could mark the end of their presidential ambitions.

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Marco Rubio: US must not demonize police officers amid 'rare' misconduct

Republican presidential candidate says America should be ‘vigilant’ in cases of abuse, but ‘overwhelming majority’ of officers perform well

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Marco Rubio: I will commit as much American military force as I need to inflict 'humiliating defeats' on ISIS

Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio has vowed to use American forces to inflict “high-profile, humiliating defeats” on Islamic State jihadis, to show the world they are not invincible.

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Marco Rubio: US should not take in more Syrian refugees after Paris attacks

In light of the terrorist attacks in Paris, the Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio on Sunday said the US should not take in more Syrian refugees.

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Marco Rubio on the defensive as his personal finances face renewed scrutiny

Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio on Wednesday tried to dismiss attacks on his personal finances as “discredited” as opponents on both left and right cast new doubts over his use of an official Republican party credit card.

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Republicans afraid of confronting Black Lives Matter on the campaign trail

There are few areas of bipartisan consensus in the 2016 presidential election. Criminal justice has emerged as one. Republicans and Democrats are agreed: reform needs to happen.

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