By Rebecca Berg | 10/24/13 12:52 PM
George Soros, the billionaire Democratic donor, will join the pro-Hillary Clinton super PAC Ready for Hillary as a co-chair, the group announced Thursday.
By Rebecca Berg | 10/24/13 09:15 AM
Had businessman and Republican donor Donald Trump been at the helm of the beleaguered Obamacare website Healthcare.gov, he would have gone straight to Google to engineer the site, he said Wednesday. "I would have advised them to go to Google or one of our other great technological companies...
By Rebecca Berg | 10/23/13 04:47 PM
In the congressional budget fight that shut down the federal government for 16 days and threatened default, the archenemy of many Senate Republicans was not any Democrat.
By Rebecca Berg | 10/23/13 11:17 AM
National polls consistently showed that Americans place most of the blame for a government shutdown squarely on the shoulders of Republicans, but two new polls found a very different story in Arkansas.
By Rebecca Berg | 10/22/13 01:53 PM
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, who criticized fellow Republicans for obstructionism in resolving this month's government shutdown, will try to develop "conservative policy plans that can succeed in the real world" through a new group, America Next.
By Rebecca Berg | 10/22/13 01:31 PM
Fresh off of his spotlight-grabbing role in the 16-day government shutdown, Sen. Ted Cruz will return to Iowa this weekend -- an early-primary-state trip sure to stoke further speculation about whether Cruz will seek the Republican nomination for president in 2016.
By Rebecca Berg | 10/21/13 12:35 PM
Just hours after Senator-elect Cory Booker officiated New Jersey's first legal same-sex wedding ceremonies at Newark City Hall, Gov. Chris Christie announced Monday he is dropping his appeal of the court ruling that allowed such unions. Christie, a Republican who's up for re-election this year...
By Rebecca Berg | 10/17/13 12:26 PM
During votes Wednesday night on whether to reopen the federal government and raise the debt ceiling, a host of lawmakers facing competitive political contests in 2014 made decisions they will likely have to answer for throughout the campaign season.
By Rebecca Berg | 10/16/13 05:47 PM
Sen. Ted Cruz dominated the headlines and airwaves during a budget impasse that shut down the government for more than two weeks, and it seemed inevitable that a wave of campaign checks would follow. But bluster isn’t the only path to big bucks, as Sen. Marco Rubio knows. Nearly $2 million...
By Rebecca Berg | 10/15/13 06:39 PM
In a fight with few political winners, one clear beneficiary of the budget impasse on Capitol Hill has been Sen. Ted Cruz, who Tuesday posted a fundraising haul of roughly $1.19 million for the past three months.
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