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The Republican field narrows to six with the suspension of the long-shot campaign.









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Welcome to The Lid, your afternoon dose of the 2016 ethosÂ… Friday news dump, guys: Jim Gilmore is reportedly ending his presidential run after a devas









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Evangelicals who haven't gone to college have picked the winner in the last two GOP primaries, going for Ted Cruz in Iowa and Donald Trump in New Hampshire. In South Carolina, where the evangelical population is far higher, this demographic could be the key for the GOP hopefuls.









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Evangelicals who haven't gone to college have picked the winner in the last two GOP primaries, going for Ted Cruz in Iowa and Donald Trump in New Hampshire. In South Carolina, where the evangelical population is far higher, this demographic could be the key for the GOP hopefuls.









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NBC's Peter Alexander asks presidential candidate John Kasich about a recent focus group in which voters describe him as "optimistic, second









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The Ted Cruz versus Donald Trump battle has made its way to South Carolina.









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Presidental candidate Marco Rubio sat down with NBC's Gabe Gutierrez and addressed Ted's Cruz's recent attack ad against him.









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Presidental candidate Marco Rubio sat down with NBC's Gabe Gutierrez and addressed Ted's Cruz's recent attack ad against him.









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"President Clinton, you were not the first black president," Tennessee Rep. Steve Cohen said while introducing Bill Clinton here on Thursday.









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Ben Carson threw red meat at South Carolina's powerful evangelical voting bloc Friday, telling attendees at the Faith and Family Presidential Forum in









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The Senate on Friday confirmed a handful of ambassadors and State Department officials, including the American ambassadors to Sweden and Norway.









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American and British authorities have arrested a teen accused of hacking CIA Director John Brennan and DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson's information.









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Lindsay, who grew up in Houston, tweeted late Thursday that she was "extremely disappointed" with the Cruz campaign's decision.









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First Read is a morning briefing from Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.









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A focus group sponsored by The Riley Institute at Furman University and moderated by pollster Peter Hart offered insight into the Palmetto State race.









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A wide-ranging bill that revamps U.S. trade laws won final congressional approval Thursday.









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Clinton tried to paint Sanders as too focused on campaign finance and unwilling to address the other issues needed to lift up the middle class.









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Black and Latino support could be key in determining whether Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders comes out on top ahead of Super Tuesday.









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