Rubio under pressure as Republicans debate in South Carolina
GREENVILLE, S.C. (AP) -- Marco Rubio enters Saturday night's Republican presidential debate facing immense pressure to right his campaign after faltering badly in the last contest and finishing a disappointing fifth in New Hampshire....
Army looks to recruit more women, adapt physical testing
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Beginning this summer, a visit to a local Army recruiting office will include a new set of gymnastic tests to help determine what military jobs a recruit is physically capable of performing....
Viewers' Guide: GOP hopefuls spar in South Carolina
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Serious issues face Saturday night's Republican presidential debaters in South Carolina, a state with deep-rooted military culture and home to a mass murder at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston. But style is going to beg for attention alongside pressing matters of policy....
Cruz's right turn on immigration belies more moderate past
GREENVILLE, S.C. (AP) -- Ted Cruz has for months repeated that when it comes to immigration, he has never supported granting "amnesty" or "legalization" to people in the United States illegally....
Kerry takes aim at Russia over Ukraine and Syria
MUNICH (AP) -- U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Saturday sharply criticized Russia for its actions in Ukraine and Syria, accusing Moscow of "repeated aggression" in both places....
The Latest: And then there were 6; GOP 2016 field narrows
GREENVILLE, S.C. (AP) -- The Latest on the 2016 presidential race, with the focus turning to South Carolina and the Republican debate on Saturday night (all times local):...
Things to know about Obama's summit with SE Asian leaders
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama hosts Southeast Asian leaders at an unprecedented summit in California starting Monday as he looks to deepen ties with the region's fast-growing economies. But a nation not invited - neighboring power China - will be the proverbial elephant in the room as the leaders grapple with sensitive territorial disputes....
The U.S. Supreme Court put on hold President Obama's Clean Power Plan until the lower courts have ruled, ultimately paving the way for a showdown with the highest court in 2017. The plan requires states and utilities to use less coal in favor of electricity derived from wind, solar, and natural gas, cutting carbon output to less than 2005 levels.
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