New Yorkers to de Blasio: Keep the horses
March 19th, 2014
01:17 PM ET
6 months ago

New Yorkers to de Blasio: Keep the horses

(CNN) - Most New Yorkers apparently don't agree with their new mayor's push to ban horse-drawn carriages from the city.

And a new Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday also indicates that most New York City voters don't favor Mayor Bill de Blasio's plan to pay for universal pre-kindergarten.

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Filed under: Bill de Blasio • New York
Cruz, Paul not on same page on social issues
March 19th, 2014
11:39 AM ET
6 months ago

Cruz, Paul not on same page on social issues

(CNN) – Sen. Ted Cruz appeared to distance himself again from fellow GOP Sen. Rand Paul, this time over social values.

The first-term Republican senator from Texas, who was in Iowa Tuesday, was asked by the Des Moines Register about Paul's recent comments that Republicans should "agree to disagree" about social issues.
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Filed under: 2016 • Rand Paul • Ted Cruz
Libertarian-leaning Paul addresses liberal-leaning campus
March 19th, 2014
10:27 AM ET
6 months ago

Libertarian-leaning Paul addresses liberal-leaning campus

Updated 9:30 p.m. ET, 3/19/2014

(CNN) - Sen. Rand Paul, who's become known for venturing into unfamiliar territory for Republicans, spoke Wednesday at the liberal hotbed of the University of California at Berkeley.

The Kentucky Republican castigated President Barack Obama for his continued support of the National Security Agency's phone metadata collection, saying the President should know better in part because of his race.
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Filed under: 2016 • California • Rand Paul
Super PACs make the dictionary
March 19th, 2014
08:34 AM ET
6 months ago

Super PACs make the dictionary

(CNN) - They've been a major force in campaign politics the past four years, and now super PACs are becoming an official part of our language.

The term has made the dictionary, with Merriam-Webster recently creating an entry for "super PAC," publishing it on its online unabridged edition.

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