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Republicans are building fake Democratic Congressional candidate websites to spread the GOP's message and get unknowing donors to send them money. CNN's Drew Griffin investigates.
CNN's Dana Bash reports on the House Republicans' retreat, where the party is grappling on how to deal with immigration.
CNN's Tom Foreman reports on how Las Vegas is scrubbing its reputation as it tries to court the GOP to host the party's 2016 convention in Sin City.
CNN's Dana Bash looks at the RNC's efforts to redefine itself amidst new controversial comments from former Arkansas governor and Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee.
Hillary Clinton may be the frontrunner to be the Democrats' nominee for president in 2016, but not if Republicans have anything to do with it. Some GOP members are creating fire for the former Secretary of State over a new Benghazi report. CNN's Elise Labott reports.
It's not just Democrats who are happy to see Gov. Chris Christie face scandal. CNN's Brian Todd reports on the conservative radio hosts who are gloating over the recent troubles the New Jersey Republican is facing.
After the government shutdown and debt ceiling debacle, ratings for the GOP and the Tea Party are at historic lows, according to a new national poll. CNN's John King breaks down the numbers.
CNN's Dana Bash reports on the in-fighting among Congressional Republicans after parts of the GOP helped force the shutdown.
Sen. John McCain and other leaders in the Republican party question the GOP's tactics on the shutdown battle, saying it was a fight the party could never win - and one that may damage them long-term. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
Wolf Blitzer asks Rep. Peter King, a moderate Republican from New York and fierce critic of the Tea Party, if he will switch parties because of the government shutdown and debt ceiling debates. Rep. King fires back, defending his conservative credentials and calling Sen. Ted Cruz a "Republican in Name Only."