By Rebecca Berg | 01/28/14 08:51 AM
There's a 50 percent chance Sen. Rand Paul will run for president, the Kentucky Republican said in a recent interview with a fourth-grade student. But Paul said in the interview that he does not plan to reach a decision until a year from now.
By Rebecca Berg | 01/27/14 03:39 PM
Hillary Clinton has not driven a car since her husband was in the White House -- and it's "one of the regrets I have about my public life," she said Monday.
By Matt Kibbe | 01/27/14 01:02 PM
Sen. Chuck Schumer has had a bee in his bonnet ever since 2010, when the Supreme Court ruled in its Citizens United decision that independent campaign expenditures by third- party groups are protected under the First Amendment.
By Ken Thomas | 01/27/14 10:38 AM
All governors look forward to an annual address before state lawmakers and the public, a mini-bully pulpit that offers a platform to rally support for their agenda. For a group of governors with White House aspirations, the speeches offer a framework for how they might appeal to early voting states.
By Meghashyam Mali | 01/26/14 01:20 PM
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., on Sunday warned critics not to trash his father, former Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, and defended their shared libertarian philosophy. In an interview on NBC's “Meet the Press” Paul was asked about comments from his colleague, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, who suggested that...
By Michael Barone | 01/24/14 05:21 PM
Just about everyone agrees that 2013 was not a good year for President Obama. But it must also be said that the Republican politicians who have been touted as possible successors to the 44th president didn't have sparkling years either.
01/25/14 01:15 PM
WASHINGTON — The dueling faces of a conflicted political party were on display for all to see at the just-concluded Republican National Committee meeting. One was younger, more diverse and tech-savvy, part of the RNC's carefully crafted plan to inspire confidence that the GOP is trying to...
By Associated Press | 01/25/14 01:07 PM
Hillary Clinton hasn't announced whether she will run for president in 2016, but her supporters in early voting Iowa are organizing anyway.
By Tim Mak | 01/24/14 04:10 PM
The Republican Party has struck a new strategy to combat the perception that the party is waging a "war on women" and to reverse its prospects among female voters. The solution, the party decided, is to have more female foot soldiers of its own. Republicans have struggled to appeal to women in...
By David M. Drucker | 01/24/14 03:33 PM
As the Republican Party plots what it hopes is a successful 2016 strategy, GOP officials are increasingly preoccupied by one question: How do we beat Hillary?
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