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Democratic presidential candidate campaigns in Charles City, Iowa, Jan. 30, 2016

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Sanders tired of being 'lectured' on foreign policy

Vermont independent Sen. Bernie Sanders is tired of people questioning his credentials on international affairs, saying that he's been "lectured on foreign policy" recently.

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Obamas lament White House Wi-Fi situation

President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama on Sunday discussed their traditions for the Super Bowl, as well as the improvement the president wants to make to the White House for his successor.

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Clinton pledges to stand with Flint through water crisis

Hillary Clinton promised the people of Flint, Michigan, whose lives have been turned upside down by the city's ongoing water crisis, that she will be their partner in what is sure to be a long recovery.

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Ted Cruz: Making U.S. women eligible to be drafted is 'nuts'

Ted Cruz told a New Hampshire audience Sunday that requiring women to sign up for the draft is "nuts," breaking with the views of several Republican presidential rivals.

Two days before the New Hampshire primary Cruz veered off his stump speech to bla...

Donald Trump campaigns in New Hampshire, Feb. 7., 2016

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Donald Trump: I 'wouldn't be happy' with 2nd

Donald Trump said Sunday that he "wouldn't be happy" if he came in second place in the New Hampshire primary.

The comment stands in stark contrast to how the Republican presidential front-runner has addressed the New Hampshire primary in the week sinc...

Steinem shown here at 2014 White House summit on working families

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Gloria Steinem apologizes for being 'misinterpreted'

Gloria Steinem, in a Facebook post on Sunday morning, walked back pro-Hillary Clinton comments critics contend are patronizing toward young women.

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New Hampshire looming, 2016 hopefuls make their case

With just days to go before New Hampshire voters head to the polls for the first-in-the-nation primary, top presidential candidates from both parties sat down with CNN's Jake Tapper for Sunday's CNN "State of the Union."

Hillary Clinton Bernie Sanders Split Shot 2

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Clinton win shrinks with new Iowa results

The slim margin by which Hillary Clinton won the Iowa caucuses shrank even narrower Sunday.

Jeb Bush NH town hall

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Jeb Bush calls Donald Trump a loser

A very fired up Jeb Bush brought a New Hampshire crowd to its feet Sunday, when he called Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump a loser.

Caucusgoers in line in Iowa

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How the race changed five 2016 candidates

When CNN's Jake Tapper sat down individually with five White House candidates for Sunday's "State of the Union," he asked each of them how the 2016 race has changed them.

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