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Trump speaking at a Tucson campaign stop, March 19.

Trump has found Republican 3.0: A jaded aspirant, xenophobic and heathen, with Occupy tendencies. Apparently they now make up 40 percent of the Republican Party. The polite media, polite society and professional outrage machine (please make your donations to) can barely tolerate such a beast roaming free. Sensitive America, gird up. I think we found the new swing voter. Read more»

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (l) and Ohio Gov. John Kasich

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz's presidential campaign is officially teaming up with rival John Kasich to deny frontrunner Donald Trump the Republican nomination. Read more»

Kasich at the 2016 Conservative Political Action Conference in March.

We take a look at the Republican presidential hopeful’s career through accountability journalism and other in-depth reports. Read more»

Sanders at a late June campaign stop.

When asked about releasing his “full” federal tax returns, Sen. Bernie Sanders insisted that “we have released them in the past.” But Sanders has released only his 1040 form, a two-page summary of his federal returns, not his full returns. Read more»

Sen. Ted Cruz gives victory speech at his election night party in Stafford, Texas on March 1, 2016.

In Arizona and Utah, Republican primary voters will have their clearest choice so far between Cruz, the U.S. senator Texas, and Trump, the billionaire frontrunner. Fifty-eight delegates are up for grabs in Arizona's primary and 40 in Utah's caucuses. Read more»

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio shakes hands with presidential candidate Donald Trump at a rally Saturday in Fountain Hills.

The normally quiet town of Fountain Hills, northeast of Scottsdale got a change of pace Saturday morning during a campaign stop by GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump at Fountain Park. Read more»

The candidates’ factual stumbles touched on ISIS, ethanol, climate change and more. Read more»

Donald Trump at a town hall meeting in Derry, N.H., in August.

Donald Trump has a 14-point lead among Republican voters in Arizona, a early voting is already underway to determine the state's delegates to the GOP convention. Ted Cruz comes in second in a recent poll, with John Kasich third. Marco Rubio's support has lagged, and 10 percent remain undecided. Read more»

Arizonans had donated almost $4 million to 21 presidential candidates by the end of January, with Republican Marco Rubio and Democrat Hillary Clinton getting the largest shares. More than $1 million went to candidates who have since dropped out of the race.

With just two weeks until the Arizona primary, recent numbers from the Federal Election Commission show Arizonans gave just under $4 million to 20 Democratic and Republican presidential campaigns through the end of January. Read more»

Claims by and about Donald Trump dominate this FactCheck report. Read more»

Trump speaks in New Hampshire, Feb. 8.

Donald Trump is leading the pack of potential Republican nominees among party voters in Arizona, a GOP pollster said. But he's down slightly from a poll last month, and "has a ceiling and cannot attract the wide swath of GOP voters." More than 20 percent remained undecided, with early voting set to begin this week. Read more»

The ninth GOP debate featured the top six remaining candidates for the party’s presidential nomination. They repeated several false and misleading claims, and made some new ones, too. Read more»

Days before the New Hampshire primary, the top seven Republican presidential candidates stretched some facts in the eighth GOP debate. Read more»

There was no Donald Trump, but plenty to fact-check in the last GOP debate before the Iowa caucuses. Read more»

The fourth Republican presidential debate featured fewer candidates, but no shortage of factual missteps. Read more»

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