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  • Clinton to fundraise in New Hampshire

    Clinton will appear at a Sept. 30 fundraiser for New Hampshire state Sen. Lou D'Allesandro, two weeks visiting Iowa, the first caucus state.

  • Clinton tells Dems to donate to House races

    Hillary Clinton on Monday put her name on fundraising emails sent out by the Democratic Party's House campaign arm, telling supporters the election "is an opportunity to shape our future."

  • Former Clinton operative jokes about sweatshop conditions of Hillary media defenders

    Paul Begala, a former adviser to President Bill Clinton, thinks David Brock's team of ultra-dedicated Hillary defenders is hilarious.

  • Rick Perry uses Joan Rivers' death as support for anti-abortion law

    Speaking at an event Sunday, Perry said, "it’s a curious thought" whether the comedian would still be alive had there been tighter regulations at the New York outpatient surgery center where she went into cardiac arrest earlier this month.

  • Experts: Obama could drag Hillary Clinton to defeat in 2016

    Hillary Clinton will have a hard time winning due to the rotten economy, President Obama's slumping approval rating and America's desire for change after a two-term president, according to two political prognosticators.

  • Women hold the keys in Senate races

    Joni Ernst could be the first woman to represent Iowa in Congress, but she'll need to convince women voters to support her first.

  • 2016 may loom, but Jeb Bush is focused on business

    CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) — While other Republicans considering the 2016 presidential race are openly laying the foundations of potential campaigns, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is busy tending to a growing personal business empire. It's a break in style from recent candidates who distanced...

  • Clinton boosts Walker's opponent

    Democrat Mary Burke "is offering a choice between more gridlock and progress that will actually make a difference for Wisconsin families: better jobs, better wages, better schools," Hillary Clinton said.

  • Biden praises senator who was ousted

    At an event aimed at women voters, Vice President Joe Biden praised Bob Packwood, an Oregon senator who resigned in 1995 over allegations of sexual assault and abuse.

  • Christie cleared in bridge scandal

    Evidence thus far shows Christie did not know in advance, nor did he direct the closure of traffic lanes in September 2013, Justice Department officials said.

  • Rupert Murdoch would support Jeb Bush or Hillary Clinton in 2016

    The billionaire chairman of News Corp. and 21st Century Fox told Fox Business Network Thursday that former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush "would be a very good president."

  • For GOP, importance of Scott Walker race equals any Senate matchup

    The race is important to the national GOP for two reasons. One reason is that Walker may well be a contender for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination — but only if he wins re-election first.

  • Boxer indicates big decision to come next year

    WASHINGTON (AP) — California Sen. Barbara Boxer indicated Thursday that she will announce early next year whether she will seek a fifth term. Boxer, 73, said she loves her job and sees no roadblocks to returning to the Senate if she decides to run again. California has several high-profile...

  • Christie stumps in three states

    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will continue his nationwide tour with stops in Maryland, Michigan and Pennsylvania.

  • Clinton seeks to avoid Iowa '08 missteps

    Some Clinton allies argue the result in the 2008 caucuses was not as dismal as a third-place finish suggests, and that Clinton could have won in a normal, non-Obama year -- but Clinton isn't taking any chances.



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