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Will she, or will he? That is the latest question being bandied about regarding who exactly is the Democratic frontrunner for president in 2016: former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton or Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel .
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Hillary Clinton is a big favorite to win the swing state of Iowa if she runs for president in 2016, according to a new poll.
7 hrs ago | Cato Institute
When I first became a reporter in 1945 for a Boston radio station, a veteran journalist commanded me: "Kid, when you're on a good developing story, stay on it.
DEVELOPINGa $1,700,000,000 PRICE TAG: Hillary Clinton supporters are bracing for an expensive presidential campaign should the former secretary of State run again for the Democratic nomination.
Tina Brown, a writer/journalist who has been called the most talked about magazine editor in the world, admitted during a press conference at the University of Mount Union Tuesday afternoon she is "worried about the lack of policing being done by journalists" today.
The pro-Hillary Clinton super PAC is looking to hire at least four regional directors to coordinate activities on the ground.
President Barack Obama took on a daunting task on Tuesday: shopping for clothes for his wife and daughters during a brief stop at a Gap store while raising money for Democrats in New York.
'This is probably why Harry Reid's been going after the Kochs so much,' muses Instapundit's Glenn Reynolds as he delivers news of top Democrat money man Jeffrey Thompson's guilty plea for campaign finance violations.
"I think it's horse[hockey]. I think The Washington Post is acting like some kind of an Internet blog or something instead of doing real reporting."
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One thing I've got to give President Barack Obama -- when it comes to trolling his ideological opponents, the president is a master of the game.
Rand Paul Has a Big Problem in Kentucky - and It Could Be the Clearest Indication Yet That He's Running for President Sen. Rand Paul's biggest obstacle to the White House might not be another Republican primary opponent or even Hillary Clinton, but rather Kentucky state law forcing him to make a choice.
Laying the foundation: From left, New York state Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Goldman Sachs Chairman and CEO Henry Paulson, New York Gov. George Pataki, Sen. Charles Schumer, Battery Park City Authority Chairman James Gill and Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton toss ceremonial shovels of dirt at the groundbreaking of ... (more)
Jeffrey E. Thompson pleaded guilty to channeling more than $3.3 million in illegal campaign contributions to 28 political candidates, including people running for president and D.C. Mayor.
In the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, there's always a heart-pounding thrill at the finish line in Nome, a rollicking frontier city on Alaska's western coast.
That is the question Democrats ask themselves with some regularity these days as they peer down the road toward 2016, assuming but not knowing that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will play her expected role as prohibitive favorite to carry the party's banner in the next presidential campaign.
President Barack Obama is bolstering his party's campaign coffers, joining an ally of former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton to help the Democratic National Committee climb out of a worrisome deficit.