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  • Hillary Clinton returns to Iowa, hinting at a presidential bid

    Hillary Clinton returned to Iowa on Sunday for the first time in nearly seven years with a message focused on the 2014 elections, but with the 2016 presidential election in mind.

  • Resurgence of GOP hawkishness is boosting Romney 2016 prospects

    Suddenly NBC's "Meet The Press" matters again, and when new host Chuck Todd joined me on Friday's radio show, two of many reasons why became obvious.

  • Priebus: Clinton is exciting the base in Iowa -- the Republican base

    Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus said Clinton's prominence would galvanize the GOP.

  • Harkin: Hillary's more liberal than people think

    Many liberals and progressives have doubts about just how much Hillary Clinton as president would support their issues, but Iowa Sen. Tom Harkin, a retiring liberal lion, believes that the former Obama aide is a lot more left in her thinking than people believe.

  • Vermont's Sanders, a socialist, eyeing 2016 for presidential bid as Democrat

    The Vermont independent, who self-identifies as a socialist and caucuses with Democrats, says President Obama "should have understood from Day One that the Republicans" were not willing to negotiate.

  • Downgrades put Governor Christie's signature reform in doubt

    "[The pension agreement] was pretty much his signature accomplishment. Now that agreement, that reform is in tatters. It has basically blown up," said Gordon MacInnes, a former Democratic official.

  • Clinton heads to Iowa for steak --- and redemption

    Hillary Clinton will return to Iowa with former President Clinton on Sunday for the first time since the 2008 presidential campaign to attend a steak fry and look for political redemption.

  • O'Malley staffs up in Iowa

    Eleven of his staffers are on the ground in Iowa, "working to elect Democrats and build valuable connections for 2016," according to The Daily Beast.

  • Rubio criticizes Obama on foreign policy

    Sen. Marco Rubio argued President Obama's foreign policy is isolationist, joining a growing list of Republican presidential hopefuls hoping to land a punch over current problems overseas.

  • Huckabee, Clinton ahead in Iowa poll

    Huckabee's 21 percent leads all Republicans in Iowa, followed by Paul Ryan, Rand Paul and Jeb Bush. On the Democrats' side, Clinton's 53 percent far outpaces Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren.

  • David Brock's American Bridge rips GOP's presidential governors as crooks

    The Republican Party's corps of potential 2016 presidential candidates is getting ripped in a new campaign from liberal media watchdog David Brock's super PAC that describes the state executives as unelectable bumblers and crooks.

  • Portman outlines Senate agenda

    These areas, which the Ohio Republican identified "common ground," between Republicans and Democrats, would be "great for the economy," he told reporters at a Christian Science Monitor-sponsored breakfast Thursday.

  • Kirk fundraises off Michelle Obama

    "I'm not one to believe rumors or engage in political gossip, but when it comes to defending the Illinois Senate seat that I'm honored to hold, I take all potential threats seriously," the Republican wrote in a Sept. 5 fundraising letter.

  • Healthcare law is Obama's gift to GOP for 2016

    Obamacare is the gift that keeps on giving to the GOP.

  • Perry says he is 'prepared' for 2016

    "I may not run in 2016, but I've spent the last 20-plus months preparing," the Republican Texas Gov. Rick Perry said in an interview with Bloomberg Television.



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