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44 min ago | News Max
The Democratic Party has changed so dramatically that it contains no more centrists, people who can agree on moderate views, says Michael Goodwin, a New York Post columnist.
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Should we change our lifestyles to help reduce global warming?
4 hrs ago | Daily Kos
With the Elizabeth Warren boomlet having already come and gone, America's most famous pundit dropped the name of another Massachusetts politician on Monday as a potential 2016 contender.
9 hrs ago | Politico
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo developed an early posture after his 2010 election of keeping his head down and ignoring national politics, almost never venturing beyond his home turf for the states that settle presidential races.
11 hrs ago | The Washington Post
In this March 5, 2007, file photo then Democratic presidential hopeful New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton talks with research scientist Laura Higgins while touring the Pioneer Hi-Bred International Facility Research Greenhouses in Johnston, Iowa.AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, File I asked an array of smart foreign policy thinkers in both parties to ... (more)
14 hrs ago | USA Today
GOP Rep. Aaron Schock of Illinois is leading a congressional delegation to South Africa for memorial events honoring the life of Nelson Mandela.
15 hrs ago | The Hill
New York Republican Rep. Peter King, who has been vocal about his interest in running for president in 2016, won't shy away from a fight with another tough-talking northeastern politician.
19 hrs ago | American Thinker
I claim no special insider knowledge of the Democratic Party's inner workings, but still I am rather certain that discontent with President Obama is bubbling beneath the veneer of public unity behind the Nation's First Black President.
Remaining intra-party fights only concern how extreme the shift will be, as new militants push the Dems closer to pure socialism.
Staten Island Democrats aren't quite ready to join U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer and others on the "Hillary Clinton 2016" bandwagon yet.
President Barack Obama is in the midst of a feud with Rep. Charlie Rangel, who is still fuming that Obama reportedly described him as a "hack" in a best-selling book about the 2012 election.
It was another glorious week to both revel in photography and complain about how it's used and appreciated -- from the White House back-handing the press, to a short film made of Instagrams, to the "top" photos of the year.
CHOOSE YOUR NEWS : WashPost 2-col. lead, "Economy escaping government's drag: HIRING REFLECTS RENEWED OPTIMISM" http://goo.gl/ZTEOsb N.Y. Times Business front, "Jobless Rate: Why a Drop Is Bad News."
On a recent morning in November, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand marched briskly through the Capitol at about 8:30, two hours before the Senate was due to open.
From 30,000 feet things can seem dismal these days. Iran is moving toward nuclear breakout.
The "think tank" Third Way, who I referred to as a Democratic "pretender" in my recent column in The Hill, wrote an oped for the Wall Street Journal that attacked progressive economic populism and attacked Sen. Elizabeth Warren and New York Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio yet refuses to disclose whether it receives money from banks.
Growing economic inequality in the United States has favored David Rubenstein's bottom line, but the billionaire philanthropist says it is a dangerous thing for the nation.