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VOA Learning English More Republicans Join 2016 Presidential RaceVOA Learning EnglishThis week, three more Americans joined the ever-growing “Republican-running-for-president” club. A pediatric neurosurgeon, one of the first women to lead a high-tech company and a Baptist preacher-turned governor all announced their campaigns for the …Carlson: Can Republicans keep clowns off debate stage?Northwest Heraldall 162 news articles »…

Fox News 2016 race: Why a Tea Party president is a real possibilityFox NewsWhen the Tea Party began in 2009, even those of us at the heart of the movement couldn't have predicted how it would permanently alter America's political landscape. Just six years later, it's undeniably at the heart of American politics in spite…

Republican former CEO Fiorina enters 2016 race, hits Clinton

By Alistair Bell and Bill Trott WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Former Hewlett-Packard Co Chief Executive Carly Fiorina on Monday announced she is running for president, and took a shot at Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, who she said represents a political class that Americans are "disgusted" with. Once one of the most powerful women in American business,…

Liberal U.S. Senator Sanders to challenge Clinton in 2016 race

By Emily Stephenson WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, an independent from Vermont, launched a long-shot bid for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination on Thursday, a move likely to pressure Hillary Clinton from the left on issues from income inequality to corporate governance. "How do we create an economy that works for all of…