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  • My crystal ball

    Watch Pat McMahon on “The Morning Scramble” weekday mornings at 8 a.m. on AZTV, Channel 7 (Cox Cable 13).
  • 2016 Election Buzz

    The Associated Press has partnered with Google and Twitter to create a data visualization tool that tracks online activity related to candidates and key issues.
  • Donald Trump: Mitt Romney ‘would have dropped to his knees’ for my endorsement

    Donald Trump fired back at Mitt Romney on Thursday, claiming the former Republican presidential nominee "would have dropped to his knees" for his endorsement.
  • US Sen. John McCain agrees with Mitt Romney’s take on Donald Trump

    U.S. Sen. John McCain said Mitt Romney was on the money Thursday in his cutting remarks about GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump.
  • The 5 harshest lines Mitt Romney said about Donald Trump

    In case you missed it, former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney took apart Donald Trump, saying he "must not be married to real power."
  • Super Tuesday showed Republicans, Democrats don’t care what people want

    As the dust settles from Super Tuesday, one major fact stands out: Both the Republicans and Democrats have no interest in what Americans actually want.
  • A Republican winning the White House doesn’t add up

    Traditionally, a Republican candidate who wins the presidency has a majority of the white vote. But times are changing and the numbers don't look good.
  • Arizona political experts differ on Super Tuesday meaning for candidates

    A pair of longtime Valley-based political observers stood in opposite corners about where the 2016 presidential races were headed after Super Tuesday.
  • Ted Cruz clinches No. 2 GOP spot, Marco Rubio wins Minnesota

    After everything was said and done on Super Tuesday, Sen. Ted Cruz was left firmly in the No. 2 spot for the Republican Party's presidential nomination.
  • Bernie Sanders slips behind as Hillary Clinton has strong Super Tuesday

    Sen. Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign is taking a blow on Super Tuesday, as his rival Hillary Clinton posts strong numbers once again.