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Associated Press:
Cruz wins Kansas, battles for KY in GOP fight for delegates  —  WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Ted Cruz claimed an easy victory in Kansas and battled with Donald Trump for Kentucky in Saturday's four-state round of Republican voting, fresh evidence that there's no quick end in sight to the fractious GOP race for president.
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Manuela Tobias / Politico:
Sanders wins Kansas  —  Bernie Sanders has won the Kansas Democratic caucuses, according to the Kansas Democratic Party, handily defeating Hillary Clinton.  —  The party declared Sanders the winner with 90 percent of districts reporting.  Forty thousand Kansas Democrats participated in the caucuses …
Madison Pauly / Mother Jones:
Here's Who's Looking Strong in Today's “Super Saturday” Contests  —  Voters headed to the polls in five states today as Donald Trump looked to continue his march to the GOP nominating convention and Republican party leaders scrambled for ways to stop him.  On the Republican side …
Anne Gearan / Washington Post:
Sanders keeps raising millions — and spending them, a potential problem for Clinton … DETROIT — Sen. Bernie Sanders's path to the Democratic nomination may be narrowing, but his record fundraising shows no sign of slowing down, ensuring that the long-shot rival to Hillary Clinton can remain in the race for months to come.
Frances Langum / Latest from Crooks and Liars:
WATCH: CPAC Attendees Boo And Walk Out On Ted Cruz  —  CPAC is a mess.  —  The conservative movement loves to call themselves insurgents but they can't spoon it up when it comes to half their audience supporting Donald Trump.  —  A sizable number of attendees at a Ted Cruz speech booed …
Manuela Tobias / Politico:
Cruz crushes Trump in Kansas  —  Texas Sen. Ted Cruz won the Kansas Republican caucuses by an overwhelming margin on Saturday, more than doubling Donald Trump's share of the vote.  —  Kansas represents an upset victory for Cruz, as polls showed him trailing Trump heading into Saturday's vote.
Moe Lane / RedState:   BREAKING: A Surprise Winner Already Called in Kansas
Elianayjohnson / National Review:
Lindsey Graham Warms Up to Ted Cruz
Discussion: Slantpoint
Sam Levine / The Huffington Post:
Ted Cruz Crushes At Kansas Republican Caucus
Dave Helling / Kansas City Star:
Cruz easily wins Kansas Republican caucuses; Democrats tallying results
Discussion: Hot Air
Eliza Collins / Politico:
Cruz wins CPAC straw poll
Discussion: RedState and Washington Post
James Pindell / BostonGlobe.com:
Despite Trump visit, Maine caucuses expected to be low-key
Dan Spencer / RedState:   Cruz Wins Kansas GOP Caucus
Matt Agorist / The Free Thought Project:
VIDEO: What Walking Down the Street Drinking Coffee is Like for a Black Man in a Police State  —  Cincinnati, OH — An Ohio man was merely trying to walk down the street and drink his coffee last month when he became the target of a Cincinnati police officer.
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Tom Boggioni / Raw Story:
Drinking coffee while black: Ohio cop stops black man strolling down the street -then slams him into wall  —  DON'T MISS STORIES.  FOLLOW RAW STORY!  —  Saying, “This is what we have to go through in Cincinnati,” a black man strolling down the street drinking a cop of coffee filmed …
Discussion: U.S. Uncut and addictinginfo.org
Jonathan Easley / The Hill:
Rubio downplays poor Super Saturday showings  —  is downplaying his perfomance in the four states that held GOP caucuses or primaries on Saturday, saying that he had had long known “this would be the roughest period of the campaign.”  —  Speaking primarily in Spanish at a press conference in Puerto Rico …
Discussion: Politico and Talking Points Memo
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Jonathan Easley / The Hill:
Cruz takes two Super Saturday contests, Trump said to win La.  —  has notched two Super Saturday wins over Republican front-runner Donald Trump  —  , taking the caucuses in Kansas and Maine.  —  Trump has been projected the winner of the Louisiana primary, which would continue his dominance in the South.
Jose A. DelReal / Washington Post:
Cruz gains steam with 2 wins on ‘Super Saturday’; Trump calls on Rubio to drop out
Discussion: Politico and Outside the Beltway
Dylan Byers / CNNMoney:
How Donald Trump broke Fox News' debate rules  —  Donald Trump consulted with his campaign manager during the first commercial break at Thursday night's Republican debate, violating ground rules from Fox News stating that candidates would not be allowed to have contact with their campaigns, rival campaign sources told CNNMoney.
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Harper Neidig / The Hill:
Trump broke debate rules: report
Discussion: RedState
Orlando Sentinel:
Trump rally draws thousands to UCF  —  Thousands have filed into the CFE Arena at the University of Central Florida to hear presidential frontrunner Donald Trump.  The event has also sparked protests and criticism from two local lawmakers who back fellow candidate Marco Rubio. … Privacy Policy
Discussion: The Week and Complex
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Kristinn Taylor / The Gateway Pundit:
MASSIVE, MASSIVE CROWD to See Trump in Orlando - 10,000+ Pack CFE Arena
Discussion: CFE Arena
Katherine Krueger / Talking Points Memo:
Rubio Slams CNN Reporter For Asking Questions About Trump At CPAC (VIDEO)
Scott Lemieux / Lawyers, Guns & Money:
Let Us Dispel With the Idea that the Rubiobot Knows What He's Doing.  He Has No Idea What He's Doing.  —  This article about how Marco Rubio's floundering Florida campaign is about to GET SERIOUS (actual quote from Rubio backer: “It's time to open the can of whoop-ass.") is comedy gold from which you'll learn something.
Discussion: Eschaton
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Marc Caputo / Politico:
Rubio trails by 5 in Florida poll conducted for anti-Trump group
Nicholas Kristof / New York Times:
Donald the Dangerous  —  IS there any scarier nightmare than President Donald J. Trump in a tense international crisis, indignant and impatient, with his sweaty finger on the nuclear trigger?  —  “Trump is a danger to our national security,” John B. Bellinger III, legal adviser …
Discussion: Radio Boston
Chrissie.Thompsonfink / Cincinnati.com:
John Kasich campaign aide fired after domestic violence arrest  —  COLUMBUS — A John Kasich campaign staffer, who was arrested in November for allegedly choking and punching a woman, was fired Saturday after The Enquirer called the Ohio governor's presidential campaign seeking comment.
Alexander Bolton / The Hill:
Sanders: GOP debates sound like ‘6th-grade food fight’  —  Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders  —  mocked Republican White House hopefuls Saturday for sounding like a bunch of sixth graders at their recent debate in Detroit.  —  Sanders told MLive and The Grand Rapids Free Press …
Discussion: Raw Story
 
 
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