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  • Census: 2013 poverty rate falls in New Hampshire

    CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — There were about 17,000 fewer people living in poverty in New Hampshire in 2013 compared to the year before, new data released by the U.S. Census Bureau suggests. The 1.3 percent decline from about 128,500 people in poverty in 2012 to roughly 111,500 last year is the...

  • Islamic State's rise could hurt Paul in key early 2016 states

    Republican strategists in three key early states say the rise of the Islamic State will propel more hawkish presidential candidates in 2016.

  • Huckabee prepping for 2016 run

    Huckabee and his team have been meeting with potential campaign contributors, conservative activists, elected officials and other GOP power players -- both nationally and in the early primary states of Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina -- and openly asking them for their support.

  • In new ad, GOP millennial candidate says Congress needs a 'new generation of conservative leaders'

    In a new ad that comes one week after her GOP primary victory in New Hampshire's 2nd Congressional District, Marilinda Garcia says that taxpayer distrust in government has led to a need for a "new generation of conservative leaders to challenge the status quo."

  • Brown, Shaheen tied in New Hampshire

    A CNN/ORC poll released Monday morning found in a poll of likely voters, 48 percent backed Brown and 48 percent backed Shaheen, the Granite State's popular former governor who is vying for a second term.

  • Former Maryland governor flirts with 2016 bid

    Ehrlich, who was the state's Republican governor from 2003 until 2007, spoke at a lobster bake in Lanconia, N.H., on Saturday -- home to the first primary race for the nomination.

  • Scott Brown wins over New Hampshire Republicans

    Brown will now face Democrat Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in the general election. Shaheen has led Brown by a few points on average in recent public polls.

  • Regulators struggle with Obamacare's narrow networks problem

    President Obama's healthcare law has provided an economic case study on the tradeoffs between cost and access.

  • In New Hampshire, Cruz opts for pragmatism

    The Texas Republican will head to New Hampshire this weekend to hold a rally for Marilinda Garcia, who has said repealing the Affordable Care Act is currently unrealistic.

  • With 2016 in mind, Rand Paul to attend three New Hampshire events

    Sen. Rand Paul is heading to New Hampshire next week with three events designed to shore up his likely 2016 presidential campaign in the first-in-the-nation primary state. The Kentucky Republican will be the guest of state Sen. Andy Sanborn at a business roundtable fundraiser on Sept. 12,...

  • Joe Biden: U.S. will follow ISIS to 'gates of hell'

    "We take care of those who are grieving," the VP said, "and when that's finished, they should know we will follow them to the gates of hell until they are brought to justice, because hell is where they will reside."

  • Joe Biden to New Hampshire --- again

    The White House announced late Friday that Vice President Joe Biden, often the distant runner-up to Hillary Clinton in 2016 Democratic primary polls, is heading to New Hampshire, home to the first and sometimes deciding primary.

  • O'Malley to return to New Hampshire

    Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley will make his third trip to New Hampshire in September, a sign that he is likely to challenge Hillary Clinton for the presidential nomination.

  • Super PAC changes anti-Shaheen ads after complaint

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A conservative super PAC was forced Wednesday to edit a negative ad against Sen. Jeanne Shaheen after the New Hampshire Democrat's attorneys flagged inaccuracies in the spot with the broadcaster. In letters to television station managers in New Hampshire and across the border...

  • Rob Portman eyes presidential bid with New Hampshire visits

    The latest addition to the pool of potential Republican presidential candidates may not have national name recognition, but he has experience playing the part. Sen. Rob Portman, who kicked off his would-be campaign with a visit to New Hampshire Tuesday, has played the role of the Democratic...



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