The celebrity businessman — and his ego — are proving toxic for Republicans, who are urgently trying to woo the Latino voters he angered with inflammatory comments about Mexican immigrants.

Donald Trump's comments on immigrants have ruffled feathers. (AP)

Puerto Rico is pushing for a bill that would allow the island to restructure its debt in Chapter 9 bankruptcy. But the measure is riling investment firms that hold bonds of PREPA, the Puerto Rico government-owned utility, as well as some conservatives.

Jim Webb, in his own words

Former Navy secretary and Virginia senator Jim Webb is a Democratic contender for the White House in 2016. Here's his take on Obamacare, his issues with the Democratic party, and more, in his own words.

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The New Jersey governor hopes to climb back to the top of the 2016 field by answering questions.


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The head of the group that puts on CPAC comes to Trump's defense.

The former Virginia senator is seeking the Democratic nomination for president.

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President Obama and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker greet each other cordially during Obama visit -- despite harsher back-and-forth in statements.

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie took his presidential campaign to town hall meetings in New Hampshire. The Post's Dan Balz and Philip Rucker covered the meetings while taking photos and recording videos through Snapchat.

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The number underscores his grassroots appeal, but falls well short of Hillary Clinton's $45 million haul since April.

DHS has taken steps to ensure that the majority of America’s 11.3 million undocumented immigrants can stay.

The site is working to establish itself as a platform where politicians can get out their message and interact with voters.

Priorities USA Action, the Democratic super PAC poised to serve as Clinton's top advertising ally, pulled in $15.6 million, including $2 million from Haim Saban.

The 2016 candidate calls Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, who is battling cancer, a "good friend."

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DOJ nearing decision on AT&T, DirecTV merger; Trump hotels investigating cyber breach

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