December 2015 Archive

Bush campaign shifts resources to early states in strategy shake-up

Jeb Bush’s campaign, searching for momentum in a race that hasn’t gone its way, is deploying nearly all of its staff in its Miami headquarters ...

Asleep at the wheel

Three days after Thanksgiving in 2013, as a commuter train hurtled toward a sharp curve near the Harlem River in the Bronx, the engineer manning ...

The 2016 enthusiasm gap

Republicans are fired up. Ready to go. Democrats? Not so much. The latest CNN/ORC International poll laid out a stark “enthusiasm gap” between the two ...

Cruz flashes cash as Iowa rivals attack

Cash flush and riding a surge of momentum that has powered him from the middle of the Republican pack to Iowa front-runner status, Ted Cruz ...

Cruz to report raising nearly $20 million in fourth quarter

Ted Cruz raised nearly $20 million in the fourth quarter of 2015, the Texas senator’s highest total to date as a presidential candidate, according to ...

Jittery world bids adieu to a year marred by terror

In Bangkok, police-flanked partygoers will ring in the new year at the site of a deadly bombing that took place just months ago. In Paris, ...

Obama administration preparing sanctions over Iran ballistic missile program

The U.S. is preparing sanctions against Iranian companies and individuals over Tehran’s ballistic missile program, an act that the Islamic Republic has said would violate ...

Mark Plaster hopes to beat odds, win congressional seat as Republican in Maryland

Mark Plaster has been an emergency room doctor and a lawyer, served two tours of duty in Iraq, founded three medical magazines — and once ...

Officials: 'Affluenza' teen remains in Mexico, mom deported

MEXICO CITY (AP) – The Texas teenager known for using an “affluenza” defense in a fatal drunken-driving accident likely won’t return to the U.S. anytime ...

Obama sets record for new rules in 2015

The administration issued a record amount of heft in the federal rule book in 2015 as President Obama’s team, carrying out his orders to work ...

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