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France's ambassador to the U.S. takes offense to a quip about the French work week by Jeb Bush at the GOP debate.
The Republican presidential debate in Boulder, Colorado, yielded quite a few zingers, exchanges and moments at the University of Colorado's campus.
Jeb Bush needed to impress Wednesday night, but some viewers believe the former Florida governor failed to deliver.
"It was never intended that the government be in every aspect of our lives," Ben Carson said.
Donald Trump criticized gun control, saying gun-free zones are "target practice for the sickos" and a "feeding frenzy for sickos."
Jeb Bush was in Sen. Marco Rubio's face at Wednesday night's debate.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich said Wednesday the U.S. needs a coherent message on drugs.
Republican candidate Chris Christie provides his perspective on actions taken over GM's faulty ignition switches.
Carly Fiorina called Hillary Clinton's stance on women's issues "hypocritical" during Wednesday's Republican debate.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio said Wednesday he is "not worried" about his finances despite his reported personal troubles with money.
When asked about the debt limit, Sen. Ted Cruz fired back on the issue of media bias.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush said Wednesday daily fantasy sports need to be reigned in.
Donald Trump insisted Wednesday night that he has what it takes to get Mexico to build a wall along the U.S. border.
Carly Fiorina defended her record at Hewlett-Packard on Wednesday during the Republican debate.
Gov. John Kasich took aim at his fellow republicans Wednesday night, calling their tax plans a "fantasy" and "just crazy."
Carly Fiorina proposed taking the U.S. tax code from its current 73,000 pages down to three pages, she said on Wednesday.
Donald Trump says his biggest weakness is that he trusts people too much.
Highlights from the preliminary Republican debate.
The candidates' position on Obamacare will be "very important" to 41 percent of voters, according to an insuranceQuotes.com survey.
Republican presidential hopefuls took an ax to President Barack Obama's foreign policy, particularly on relations with China.