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Reporter for the @AP in Boston covering higher-ed. Previously at The Columbus Dispatch. Runner. Morning person. Midwesterner. Tips here, please: cbinkley@ap.org

Harvard, Yale debate Cruz birth

nashuatelegraph.com — BOSTON - Two legal scholars squared off in a public debate on Friday to settle whether Republican Ted Cruz is eligible to become president. Spoiler alert: They didn't settle it. But the debate at Harvard Law School underscored that conflicting interpretations of the U.S. Constitution can produce different answers.

Can Ted Cruz legally be president? Ivy League scholars debate

spokesman.com — BOSTON - Two legal scholars squared off in a public debate on Friday to settle whether Republican Ted Cruz is eligible to become president. Spoiler alert: They didn't settle it. But the debate at Harvard Law School underscored that conflicting interpretations of the U.S. Constitution can produce different answers.

Can Cruz legally be president? Ivy League scholars debate

thepublicopinion.com — But the debate at Harvard Law School underscored that conflicting interpretations of the U.S. Constitution can produce different answers. The question has been in the national spotlight since Republican rival Donald Trump suggested that Cruz, who was born in Canada to an American mother, isn't legally qualified to be president.

Can Cruz legally be president? Ivy League scholars debate - The Monitor: US News

themonitor.com — BOSTON (AP) - Two legal scholars squared off in a public debate on Friday to settle whether Republican Ted Cruz is eligible to become president. Spoiler alert: They didn't settle it.

Can Cruz legally be president? Ivy League scholars debate

gazettetimes.com — BOSTON (AP) - Two legal scholars squared off in a public debate on Friday to settle whether Republican Ted Cruz is eligible to become president. Spoiler alert: They didn't settle it. But the debate at Harvard Law School underscored that conflicting interpretations of the U.S. Constitution can produce different answers.

Can Cruz legally be president? Ivy League scholars debate - The Herald Palladium : Wire

heraldpalladium.com — Much of the debate weighed whether Cruz is a natural born citizen, a requirement under the Constitution to become president that the document never defines. Harvard professor Larry Tribe argued that, based on legal principles from the country's early history, only those born on U.S. soil can be considered natural born citizens.

Can Cruz legally be president? Ivy League scholars debate

dailyrecordnews.com — BOSTON (AP) - Two legal scholars squared off in a public debate on Friday to settle whether Republican Ted Cruz is eligible to become president. Spoiler alert: They didn't settle it. But the debate at Harvard Law School underscored that conflicting interpretations of the U.S. Constitution can produce different answers.

Can Cruz legally be president? Ivy League scholars debate

chippewa.com — BOSTON (AP) - Two legal scholars squared off in a public debate on Friday to settle whether Republican Ted Cruz is eligible to become president. Spoiler alert: They didn't settle it. But the debate at Harvard Law School underscored that conflicting interpretations of the U.S. Constitution can produce different answers.

Can Cruz legally be president? Ivy League scholars debate

siouxcityjournal.com — BOSTON (AP) - Two legal scholars squared off in a public debate on Friday to settle whether Republican Ted Cruz is eligible to become president. Spoiler alert: They didn't settle it. But the debate at Harvard Law School underscored that conflicting interpretations of the U.S. Constitution can produce different answers.

Can Cruz legally be president? Ivy League scholars debate - Valley Morning Star : State

valleymorningstar.com — Much of the debate weighed whether Cruz is a natural born citizen, a requirement under the Constitution to become president that the document never defines. Harvard professor Larry Tribe argued that, based on legal principles from the country's early history, only those born on U.S. soil can be considered natural born citizens.
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Feb 05, 2016

Can Ted Cruz legally become president? Two constitutional law scholars debated it at Harvard today: apne.ws/1X9hyWB

Feb 03, 2016

@SleepStrong Any interest in talking about your project for an AP story? Feel free to email me at cbinkley@ap.org.

Feb 01, 2016

Professors in Israel say they're feeling the pressure of boycott movements abroad: apne.ws/1Q7cTPQ

Jan 29, 2016

Great read on Bernie Sanders as a high-school track star: "He was an elite runner at that point." wapo.st/1PETNQs via @pbump

Jan 27, 2016

College endowments grew last year, but far less than in recent years. Fun fact: The top 10 totaled $185B: apne.ws/20sz6z7

Jan 25, 2016

Harvard says it's finished investigating the vandalism of black faculty portraits, but found no culprit: bit.ly/1ZNGvXv

Jan 22, 2016

Make sure you watch @LateNightSeth's parody of every Boston movie ever. It's "a tour de force of dropped R's." bit.ly/1WBrQi7

Jan 21, 2016

"This ball controversy can't be blamed on the Patriots." We can all thank @apmpratt for that lede: usat.ly/1OIEXJb

Jan 18, 2016

@CCADedu's Denny Griffith told me cancer “makes you say, ‘What I have is right now.'" He never stopped making art. bit.ly/1OAWOl9


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