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Can A Third-Party Candidate Derail Donald Trump?

The Washington Post has reported that GOP leaders are in a desperate search of a third-party candidate to oust Donald Trump from the nomination.

GOP Congress' Incomplete: Stalled Bills, No Court Nominee

POLITICS | By Mary Clare Jalonick | Apr 4
Congress increasingly is being defined by what it's not doing this election year.

Trump, Ryan Increasingly at Odds Over Future of the GOP

POLITICS | By Julie Pace, Erica Werner, and Bill Barrow | Mar 29
Donald Trump wants to win the White House in the fall. Paul Ryan wants to save his vision of the Republican Party for years to come.

GOP Prepares for Potential Contested Convention

This summer's Republican convention could be the first of its kind in more than 60 years.

Sen. Orrin Hatch: I Wouldn't Hold Hearing for Merrick Garland

Republicans are vowing to block President Obama's nominee for the Supreme Court despite previous support for Merrick Garland for previous court appointments.

DC GOP Gets Rare Chance to Influence Presidential Race

POLITICS | By Ben Nuckols | Mar 10
Nineteen delegates - as many as Hawaii has - are up for grabs in the District of Columbia's GOP convention, an unprecedented event created by a quirk of party and local election rules.

Obama: Trump's Positions Reflect Those of Others in GOP

POLITICS | By Kathleen Hennessey | Mar 10
President Barack Obama says Donald Trump's positions aren't different from those of the other Republican presidential candidates - he's just more provocative in talking about them.

Senator: Nominee Vote Possible if President Were Republican

POLITICS | By Scott Bauer | Mar 10
A Republican senator suggested on Thursday that the Senate might consider filling the current vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court if President Barack Obama were a conservative.

Americans Split over Safety of U.S. Drinking Water

CORPORATE | By Ed White and Emily Swanson | Mar 6
When it comes to water, only about half of Americans are very confident in the safety of what's flowing from their tap, according to an Associated Press-GfK poll.

Divide Growing Between Florida Governor, Other Republicans

POLITICS | By Gary Fineout | Mar 6
Since charging into office some five years ago, Florida Gov. Rick Scott has routinely had an awkward relationship with the Republican-controlled Florida Legislature and other GOP officials.

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