More 2016 Elections Articles

  • What Hillary Clinton thinks about marijuana

    Hillary Clinton spoke out for the first time Tuesday on the legalization of medical marijuana, acknowledging "benefits" for people in "extreme medical conditions" -- but stopping short of support for recreational use. Asked for her stance on the topic during a one-hour town hall hosted by CNN,...

  • When Benghazi met Jeb Bush

    The prospect of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush running as the Republican Party nominee in 2016 has angered and distressed a great number of conservative voters, prompting a loud and passionate debate about the future of the party. And it makes sense: Contrary to the narrative that the Tea Party...

  • GOP 'Stop Hillary' ads to air during Hillary Clinton's CNN town hall, Fox interview

    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will find her Tuesday CNN town hall and Fox interview shadowed by the Republicans who plan to broaden their "Stop Hillary" campaign with ads on the cable networks around her appearances. The Republican National Committee told Secrets Monday night that...

  • How Republican candidates are catching up with Democrats on data

    Republican campaigns and political groups will for the first time have access to a data clearinghouse that marries voters’ traditional contact information and history with their digital online profiles and Internet viewing habits.

  • Mainstream Media Scream: TV's Jane Pauley begs Hillary Clinton to run: 'If not you, who?'

    This week's Mainstream Media Scream features longtime television personality Jane Pauley urging Hillary Clinton run for president. Pauley, who campaigned for President Obama in 2008, was on CBS News “Sunday Morning” when she said to Clinton, “If not you, who? Who is the viable woman of...

  • Ready for Hillary: Polls show Hillary beats Obama, Bill extremely popular with Americans

    Hillary Clinton scores a higher approval rating than President Obama on almost every major issue facing America today, according to a new CNN/ORC International survey. The CNN survey, which was conducted from May 29 to June 1, before the start of Clinton's rocky, gaffe-filled book tour, found...



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