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Bill Clinton comments on the death of Justice Scalia

While speaking with Washington Post reporter Abby Phillip, Former president Bill Clinton offers condolences to the Scalia family Saturday, Feb. 13.

Cruz speaks Spanish after Rubio accusation

After Marco Rubio said Ted Cruz "doesn't speak Spanish," the Texas senator responded with a tirade in Spanish at the Feb. 13 GOP debate.

Trump, Jeb Bush trade barbs over Iraq war, George W. Bush's presidency

Donald Trump just went after President George W. Bush – and Jeb Bush wasn't having it.

Cruz, CBS host spar on Supreme Court justice's nomination

Republican presidential contender Ted Cruz and CBS GOP debate host John Dickerson sparred over when Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy was nominated and confirmed at the CBS News GOP debate on Feb. 13.

GOP candidates react to Scalia's death

At the CBS Republican primary debate in Greenville, S.C., candidates weighed in on the passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.

President Obama on Justice Scalia's death

President Obama spoke Feb. 13 on the passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. Scalia's death has launched an immediate partisan battle over whether the president should be allowed to nominate his successor.

The South Carolina GOP debate in 3 minutes

Candidates tussled over immigration, welfare, Planned Parenthood and more during the CBS Republican presidential primary debate in Greenville, S.C. Here are key moments from that debate.

Ben Carson 'Statement on Justice Antonin Scalia' | Campaign 2016

Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson posted a video Feb. 13 commenting on the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, saying he hopes the president and Senate don't "rush to replace him."

Supreme Court raises flags to half staff in honor of Scalia

The U.S. Supreme Court raised its flags to half staff on Feb. 13 in honor of Justice Antonin Scalia, who passed away earlier that day.

Justice Antonin Scalia dies at 79

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead on Saturday at a West Texas ranch where he was attending a private party. He was 79.

Bush: 'Putin is a bully'

Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush called Russian President Vladimir Putin a "bully," saying, "Putin is a bully, I am learning about bullies now."

Obama pushes for voting reforms

President Barack Obama says voting should be "made easier" and adapted for today's way of life during his weekly address.

Kerry says Russian targets in Syria must change

Secretary of State John Kerry told the Munich Security Conference that Russia is hitting "legitimate opposition groups" and civilians with its bombing campaign in Syria.

Donald Trump 'Jamiel' | Campaign 2016

Republican front-runner Donald Trump's new ad, "Jamiel," focuses on illegal immigration.

Trump: 'The wall just got ten feet higher'

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, when asked to comment on Mexico refusing to pay for a wall between the two countries, says, "The wall just got ten feet higher."

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