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Mike Huckabee Officially Joins the 2016 Presidential Race

He won the Iowa caucuses in 2008, and his advisors think that separates him from the competition.

Hillary Clinton's Campaign Declares War Against 'Clinton Cash'

Now, with the book's full release, Clinton's team going all out, suggesting they don't see the accusations as controversies that will burn themselves out, but rather as a fire ...

Is This Obama's Last Chance to Close Guantanamo Bay?

Republicans are using their control of both chambers of Congress to push language that would kill the effort once and for all.

If Obama Were Serious About Judicial Reform This Is What He'd Do

The Constitution gives him power to bring justice to a broken system. It's called clemency.

Obama to Letterman: Let’s Get Starbucks and Chat Once We’re Both Retired

In his final visit to the Late Show , the president talked to David Letterman about recent rioting in Baltimore.

In Senate GOP's Iran Standoff, the Rebels Are Losing

Most Republicans are siding against Marco Rubio and Tom Cotton in their quest for tough amendment votes.

James Inhofe, Tax-Reform Skeptic

Key Republicans want to use a tax-code overhaul to pay for a highway bill, but Inhofe has his doubts.

Forever Ready for Elizabeth Warren

MoveOn won't be moving on any time soon.

Chris Christie's Other Problems

It's not just Bridgegate: The New Jersey governor has other major obstacles standing in his path to the GOP nomination.

Illinois Dems Want an African-American Candidate to Oppose Tammy Duckworth

Andrea Zopp has spent the past four years serving as president and CEO of the Chicago Urban League. Now she's considering a Senate run of her own.

Carly Fiorina Didn't Answer the Best Questions in Her Periscope Chat

Some participants took the opportunity to ask a declared presidential candidate questions very seriously. Others … not so much.

Rand Paul, Finally, To Open That Office in Silicon Valley

The 2016 contender is trying to reach new voters and new donors.

Here’s How NASA Celebrated Star Wars Day In Space

Astronauts watched Star Wars aboard the International Space Station. 

Obama Announces New Initiative to Help Young Minorities, As Police Deploy in Baltimore

The president unveiled My Brother's Keeper Alliance from New York on Monday.

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