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Conservative megadonors Koch not funding Haley anymore as she continues longshot bid
The influential Koch network of conservative megadonors announced it will no longer be spending its resources on Haley's presidential bid, saying no outside group can "widen her path to victory."
A preview of the Michigan's presidential primary
One day after the South Carolina primary, Nikki Haley and former president Trump are looking ahead. NPR's Scott Detrow previews the Michigan primary.
Haley calls Trump's 'disgusting' comments about Black people a 'huge warning sign'
Nikki Haley says inflammatory comments Donald Trump made about Black people Friday is more proof he will hurt the GOP in the November general election.
On South Carolina primary day, either Haley or Trump losing the state will be a first
The South Carolina Republican primary is today. It is candidate Nikki Haley's home state, where she served as governor, and where she hopes to have an upset victory over former President Donald Trump.
They say you can't go home again. Nikki Haley can but it doesn't guarantee votes
Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley is struggling in her home state's Republican primary polls, but residents say she has broad support in her hometown of Bamberg.
Trump wins South Carolina's GOP primary as Haley vows to stay in the race
The former president has now won every contest where he was on the ballot. For Haley, the loss in her home state is a big blow to her bid for the GOP nomination. Still, she plans to keep campaigning.
What to know before Nikki Haley and Donald Trump face off in South Carolina's primary
The GOP presidential primary election in South Carolina wraps up with an official Election Day on Saturday as hometown candidate and former governor, Nikki Haley, faces off against front-runner Trump.
Nikki Haley supporters hope she can pull off an upset victory in South Carolina
Nikki Haley was raised in the small town of Bamberg, S.C. As she faces the GOP primary in her home state, it's in her hometown that she sees support — and skepticism.
Biden is looking at options for the border. But he's running into legal issues
President Biden told governors that he's looking for ways to take executive action to reduce the number of migrants crossing the southern border — but he's limited by laws and lack of funding.
Haley launching '7-figure' ad buy, signaling she's staying in through Super Tuesday
The Haley campaign told reporters Friday that she is continuing on, arguing that doing so is not just about the nomination but making a case that Trump will struggle in a general election.
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