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Wall Street Journal – Election 2012

  • Justice Department Launches Challenge to North Carolina Bathroom Law
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - May 05 2016 - 3:12 AM:)
    <>The Justice Department warned North Carolina officials that it considers the state’s new bathroom law a violation of the Civil Rights Act, putting the state on the front line of a showdown between Republican state leaders and the Democratic administration in Washington.> <>
  • How Trump Won---and How the GOP Let Him
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - May 05 2016 - 3:10 AM:)
    <>Donald Trump, having driven out the last of his rivals following Tuesday’s Indiana primary, is now the Republican party’s presumptive nominee—a jaw-dropping outcome that says as much about the GOP, caught in turmoil and transition, as it does about Mr. Trump.> <>
  • Kasich Leaves Clear GOP Path for Trump
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - May 05 2016 - 2:55 AM:)
    <>Ohio Gov. John Kasich ended his quixotic presidential campaign, and a relatively small, first wave of Republicans who had long steered clear of presumptive nominee Donald Trump began lining up behind him.> <>
  • Donald Trump Won't Self-Fund General-Election Campaign
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - May 05 2016 - 2:26 AM:)
    <>Donald Trump won’t self-fund his general-election campaign, and will instead create a “world-class finance organization,” the presumptive Republican nominee said in an interview on Wednesday.> <>
  • Clinton Is Taking Fire From Two Rivals
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - May 05 2016 - 2:12 AM:)
    <>Hillary Clinton is now fighting a two-front war for the presidency, facing an emboldened, combative Donald Trump while fending off Bernie Sanders.> <>
  • FDA Panel Urges Mandatory Opioid Training for Doctors
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - May 05 2016 - 1:58 AM:)
    <>An advisory panel to the Food and Drug Administration overwhelmingly endorsed mandatory training for doctors who prescribe opioid painkillers, in an effort to stem what has become a national epidemic of deaths and addiction from the drugs.> <>
  • Map Looks Daunting for the GOP
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - May 05 2016 - 1:03 AM:)
    <>With six months to go before Election Day, Donald Trump's road to winning the White House looks difficult, thanks to Democrats’ lock on many states and their Electoral College votes.> <>
  • Trump Win Just Latest Tremor Shaking GOP
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - May 04 2016 - 6:48 PM:)
    <>Analysis: The Indiana primary offered merely the latest in a string of once-unimaginable tremors that have shaken the system and the Republican Party, Gerald F. Seib writes.> <>
  • IRS to Hire Up to 700 Enforcement Workers
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - May 04 2016 - 11:17 AM:)
    <>The IRS is hiring up to 700 employees for tax enforcement in what Commissioner John Koskinen calls the agency’s “first significant enforcement hiring in more than five years.”> <>
  • Indiana Victory Clears Donald Trump's Path Through Nebraska
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - May 04 2016 - 3:02 AM:)
    <>Nebraska had the makings of a possible stumbling block for GOP front-runner Donald Trump. But none of that seems to matter now that Mr. Trump’s top rival, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, has exited the race.> <>
  • Indiana Republican Rep. Todd Young Wins Senate Primary Race
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - May 04 2016 - 1:41 AM:)
    <>Republican Rep. Todd Young beat a fellow House Republican, tea party-aligned Marlin Stutzman, in Indiana’s Senate primary.> <>
  • A Cloud Hangs Over Albany
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - May 04 2016 - 1:36 AM:)
    <>The prison sentence for former New York state Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver showcases the public’s growing concerns over corrupt leaders.> <>
  • Indiana Primaries: What to Watch
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - May 03 2016 - 9:01 PM:)
    <>Indiana voters have a chance to speed the long Republican and Democratic nomination races toward closure, or to present new hurdles to front-runners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Here is what to look for as voting as results come in this evening.> <>
  • Front-Runners Try to Close Deal in Indiana
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - May 03 2016 - 4:31 PM:)
    <>Donald Trump, with a big lead in the polls in Indiana, kept attacking his GOP rivals on the eve of the state’s primary. But Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, who is locked in a tighter race there, all but ignored her opponent as she looked ahead to the general election.> <>
  • Puerto Rico's Debt Crisis Deepens as Government Misses Payment
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - May 03 2016 - 3:39 PM:)
    <>Puerto Rico’s debt crisis moved into a more perilous phase for residents, lawmakers and bondholders Monday after the Government Development Bank failed to repay almost $400 million.> <>
  • Voters Harbor Differing Concerns About Clinton and Trump
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - May 03 2016 - 2:13 AM:)
    <>If Tuesday’s crucial Indiana primary serves to set up a general-election matchup between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, as seems likely, it will help pave the way for an extreme study in contrasts, writes Gerald F. Seib.> <>
  • Delegate Hunt Fuels Tussle on Little-Known GOP Panel
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - May 02 2016 - 11:48 PM:)
    <>Donald Trump’s attempt to seize some control over the course of the GOP convention is creating a showdown over an internal post that helps determine who can become a delegate to the party’s convention.> <>
  • Bernie Sanders's Fundraising Dropped in April
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - May 01 2016 - 10:57 PM:)
    <>Sen. Bernie Sanders’s presidential campaign raised nearly $26 million in April, marking the first time this year that his fundraising dropped from one month to the next.> <>
  • U.S. Chides Five Economic Powers Over Policies
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - May 01 2016 - 5:03 AM:)
    <>The Obama administration delivered a shot across the bow to Asia’s leading exporters and Germany for their economic policies and warned that a number of major economies around the globe could face intense pressure to engage in currency interventions to counter slow growth.> <>
  • Donald Trump Calls for GOP Unity in California Address Amid Protests
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - April 30 2016 - 12:49 PM:)
    <>Republican front-runner Donald Trump called for party unity during an address at the state’s GOP convention while protesters denounced him and clashed with police outside.> <>

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