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The 2016 Race: New Hampshire Should Answer a Lot of Key Questions

The winners Tuesday may not go on to win the nomination, but the primary will probably bring clarity to the G.O.P. race.

3:30 AM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Sanders Leads in New Hampshire’s Early Voting Towns, Republicans in Dead Heat

New Hampshire's first presidential votes are in from three tiny towns, and it is a dead heat in the Republican presidential race while Bernie Sanders opened an ...

2:33 AM ET WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

What you need to know about the New Hampshire primary

The first in the nation primary (#FITN) may dramatically reshape the presidential race.         

12:03 AM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Bernie Sanders chugs along before N.H. vote

Campaign banks on premise that Sanders will score a decisive win over Hillary Clinton.         

February 8 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Marco Rubio repeats speech line amid attacks he's too scripted

Florida senator has taken hits since Saturday's debate.         

February 8 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Women take issue with Clinton backers' remarks

Young women say they want a candidate they agree with more than they want a woman elected.         

February 8 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

On Washington: Executive Branch Overreach? Lawmakers Blame Themselves

Senator Mike Lee, Republican of Utah, said the ceding of power from Capitol Hill to the executive branch was Congress’ fault, and he and two colleagues are ...

February 8 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

New Hampshire Voters Hear Candidates’ Final Appeals Before Primary

As the snow fell, the Republican and Democratic candidates carried on, with at least one front-runner wondering how the weather would affect turnout.

February 8 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Congressional Republicans Balk at Obama’s Budget, Sight Unseen

Breaking with a 41-year-old tradition, the Republican chairmen of the House and Senate budget committees said they would not invite the president’s budget ...

February 8 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS