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She's relying on the president's advisers and old campaign strategy to win her the presidency. But what Clinton really needs is a fresh message and the fight of an underdog.
In the Obama era, Democrats have become a party defined by identity. What happens when they run out of candidates who can excite their diverse base?
The biggest Senate battlegrounds are in the Midwest, where Democrats have been losing ground with some longtime supporters.
There are signs that a worst-case, crash-and-burn scenario for Bush is more realistic than even his skeptics recognize.
The president's pursuit of a nuclear deal with Iran underscores the lengths to which he is willing to bypass public resistance.
Obama's former tough-talking chief of staff has been humbled, and he's desperate for support, wherever he can find it, in his reelection campaign.
Team Clinton's cautious, tone-deaf response to the potential scandal is a reminder of all the challenges that her candidacy will entail.