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Pat McCrory Tried to Limit the Extent of HB 2, Emails Reveal

NATIONAL | By John Riley | Oct 22
Despite his very public defense of North Carolina's anti-LGBT law, emails reveal that Gov. Pat McCrory worked behind the scenes to try and limit the more egregious parts of HB 2.

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.

Bob Schieffer: GOP Establishment Going Through Stages of Grief

Donald Trump won seven states from Arkansas to Vermont, showing the breadth of his support and adding 234 delegates.

Is Donald Trump Changing the Republican Party?

Republican strategist Frank Luntz says Donald Trump is changing the GOP, and the party's establishment is working to block the billionaire from being the Republican nominee for president.

"Nothing Changes": The GOP's Gay Problem

POLITICS | By Rhuaridh Marr | Feb 22
It seems that LGBT people have been left with one choice if they want to protect and advance their rights: Vote Democrat.

Carson, Advisor Harsh on Military Equality

POLITICS | By John Riley | Jan 11
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson and his new campaign chairman, who also serves as a top advisor on military and foreign affairs, have criticized what they call "social engineering" by the Obama administration.

Can New Hampshire Turn Chris Christie's Campaign Around?

A CBS News battleground tracker poll in that state finds New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's support has doubled in the past month.

Ryan: Short-Term Spending Bill Needed to Prevent Shutdown

FINANCE | By Andrew Taylor | Dec 9
The House will pass a short-term bill to prevent the government from shutting down this weekend, Speaker Paul Ryan said Tuesday.

GOP Response to Obama on ISIS Heavy on Criticism, Light on Alternatives

POLITICS | By Steve Peoples | Dec 8
the fundamental political reality: Few in the Republican Party's 2016 class would break significantly with the Democratic president's approach to combating the Islamic State group.

Trump's Republican Critics Pushing for GOP-Backed Takedown

POLITICS | By Steve Peoples | Oct 21
Don't expect Democrats to take down Donald Trump. If the GOP's baffled establishment wants to dismiss their party's billionaire presidential front-runner, it appears they'll have to do it themselves.

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