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What is Hillary Clinton's Problem with Women and Young Voters?

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders dominated Hillary Clinton in the New Hampshire primary, particularly with women and young voters.

AP FACT CHECK: Fumbles from the Republican Field

POLITICS | By Calvin Woodward and Josh Boak | Feb 8
What happened in Iowa didn't stay in Iowa. And when it reached the stage in the latest Republican presidential debate, Ted Cruz had some explaining to do.

Can Cruz Legally be President? Ivy League Scholars Debate

POLITICS | By Collin Binkey | Feb 7
In a public debate at Harvard, two constitutional law scholars have tried to answer whether Republican Ted Cruz is eligible to become president.

Arkansas GOP, Having Embraced Term Limits, is Now Conflicted

POLITICS | By Andrew DeMillo | Feb 6
Arkansas was among the first states to embrace the term limits movement. But now that Republicans have turned the state red, things have gotten... complicated.

CA Democratic Party Signals Support for Out Candidates

POLITICS | By Matthew S. Bajko | Feb 6
A number of out Democratic non-incumbents seeking state legislative seats have secured pre-endorsements ahead of the California Democratic Party's convention to be held later this month in San Jose.

Impact of Ted Cruz topping Donald Trump in Iowa

CBS News political director and "Face the Nation" moderator John Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning" from Des Moines, Iowa.

Cruz Takes Palin's Endorsement of Trump in Stride

Palin's decision to back Trump meant turning her back on former ally Ted Cruz.

Why John McCain Will Endorse Donald Trump if He's the GOP Nominee

CBS News Chief White House Correspondent Major Garrett talks to Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, the 2012 GOP nominee, about his views on the Republican frontrunner.

Gov. Haley on Warning GOP in Rebuttal: We Can't Assume We Have No Blame

South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley delivered Tuesday night's Republican response to President Obama's final State of the Union address.

Kansas Lawmaker Says sharing Facebook Post 'In Bad Taste'

PERSONAL TECH | By John Hanna | Jan 10
A Kansas legislator said Thursday that he regrets sharing a post on Facebook that mocked Hispanics who speak accented English to make a derogatory comment about President Barack Obama.

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