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  • 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...

  • Hillary Clinton will decide on run for White House by New Year's

    The former secretary of State said she has a "unique vantage point" on the presidency and noted that even if she decides by Jan. 1, she won't necessarily declare her bid officially.

  • Round two: Team Clinton book ratchets up attack on Obama's 'feckless' policies

    A key member of the Clinton kitchen cabinet is out with a new book that slams U.S. policy as "muddled, irresolute, and even feckless."

  • Hillary Clinton shares stage with potential campaign chair

    For now, the only thing John Podesta was leading was an interview with the former secretary of state during a discussion at the National Clean Energy Summit in Las Vegas. Clinton was the evening's keynote speaker.

  • Democrats look increasingly like the party of the past

    In many ways today's Democrats seem stuck in the past, a party whose headliners are increasingly legacy candidates.

  • Our next president should be chosen by qualifications, not demographic

    Since Obama won two presidential elections, chances are that some of those who now "strongly disapprove" of what he has done voted to put him in office. We all make mistakes, but the real question is whether we learn from them.

  • Poll: Hillary Clinton's favorable rating sinks to Obama level

    Bill Clinton is more popular than his wife, who's favorable ratings have plummeted and new equal those of slumping President Obama in a new poll.

  • Martin O'Malley will run in 2016 even if Hillary Clinton does

    Though nearly seven in 10 Democrats say they have never heard of the governor -- who has been in office since 2006 -- Democratic fundraisers say O'Malley has told them he will still run so she will "face at least some competition" from an "established elected official," according to the Wall...

  • Paul Ryan: Obama-Clinton foreign policy is 'catastrophically weak'

    Rep. Paul Ryan slams the "catastrophically weak foreign policy" of President Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and warns that her election in 2016 would just mean Obama-Clinton, Part III.

  • Six signs Hillary Clinton is running

    Hillary Clinton hasn't announced a run officially, but her actions have pretty much confirmed what most people already thought.

  • Joe Biden to New Hampshire --- again

    The White House announced late Friday that Vice President Joe Biden, often the distant runner-up to Hillary Clinton in 2016 Democratic primary polls, is heading to New Hampshire, home to the first and sometimes deciding primary.

  • Weekly Examiner: 'We don't have a strategy yet'

    President Obama returned from his vacation earlier this week and went right back to work. On Tuesday, he unveiled new executive actions for veterans' health care, and on Thursday, he addressed the growing problem that is ISIS.

  • Chelsea Clinton leaves NBC News

    Clinton, whose first child is due later this year, drew widespread criticism for her limited role at the network that nevertheless earned her a $600,000 annual salary, far above the pay for most correspondents.



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