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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Joe Biden will visit Iowa next week

    Biden will headline an event Wednesday for the Nuns on the Bus "We the People, We the Voters" bus tour, a trip that is sure to stoke further speculation that he plans to run for president in 2016.

  • Now Hillary's allies are working to distance her from the battered Obama brand

    Team Hillary has made a concerted effort in recent months to move her away from the president's tarnished image, a sure sign that the former secretary of state is indeed eyeing a possible run in 2016.

  • Becoming secretary of state could be Hillary's biggest political mistake

    Hillary Clinton enjoyed remarkably high approval ratings during her time as secretary of state under President Obama, but those numbers have evaporated as the Middle East burns and Moscow continues its expansion westward -- leaving her legacy in tatters.

  • One thing Hillary Clinton's memoir doesn't explain about Benghazi

    In her memoir, Hard Choices, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton included a chapter on the attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, on Sept. 11, 2012. But she failed to specifically explain why Ambassador Chris Stevens was there that day.

  • Deval Patrick subtly hints at 2016 run

    Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick argued that Hillary Clinton should face some competition in the Democratic presidential primary, fueling speculation that he may run.

  • Henry Kissinger praises Hillary Clinton's time as secretary of state

    "I've known her for many years now, and I respect her intellect," said Kissinger, who served as secretary of state from 1973 to 1977.

  • Clinton juggernaut hits 2014 campaign trail

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Clinton juggernaut hits the midterm campaign trail this week as the power couple lends fundraising prowess and their seal of approval to Democratic candidates shunning an unpopular President Barack Obama. For Hillary Rodham Clinton, the events with Democratic donors and...

  • Stop talking about politics as if we don't all know what's really going on --- Hillary and Harry edition

    Hillary is running for president. Harry Reid doesn't really think he can amend the Constitution in an election year. Everyone knows that. Let's stop pretending otherwise.

  • Jim Webb floated as long shot presidential candidate

    A Vietnam veteran, former Navy secretary and Virginia senator from 2007 to 2013, Webb said in May that he wouldn't rule out a run for the White House.

  • Romney: Hillary Clinton and President Obama 'two peas in the same pod'

    Romney said Clinton deserves equal criticism for Obama's foreign policy, while questioning whether she has the executive experience necessary to run the U.S. government, which he described as "the largest enterprise in the world."

  • Hillary Clinton records robocalls for New York candidate

    The former New York senator and secretary of state has recorded a robocall for Kathy Hochul, the Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor.

  • Rand Paul's favorite new thing: criticizing Hillary Clinton

    Sen. Rand Paul has in recent months developed a love for taking potshots at former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, which may have something to do with the fact that the two are likely considering running for president in 2016.

  • Clinton: 2016 decision likely by early next year

    MEXICO CITY (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton said Friday she will likely make a decision on whether to run for president around the beginning of 2015. The former U.S. secretary of state, senator and first lady said her background gives her a "unique vantage point" to bring to the White House...



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