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Jeb Bush, Scott Walker, Rick Santorum, and Martin O’Malley Are All Getting Sued Over the Same Campaign-Finance Law

They've staffed up in Iowa and New Hampshire. They've lined up political and communications operatives. They've traveled the country. They've been raising money. Now, a campaig...

Free-Trade Democrats Face Campaign Pressure

Unions and liberal groups are withholding cash and threatening primary challenges against members who back trade deals.

Pentagon Personnel Now Talking on 'NSA-Proof' Smartphones

The Defense Department has rolled out supersecret smartphones for work and maybe play, made by anti-government-surveillance firm Silent Circle, according to company officials.

What A 'Fix' In Indiana Would Look Like

Mike Pence says he wants to clarify that the law doesn't condone discrimination. Here's how he can do it.

Pence's 2012 Opponent: Rematch Interest 'Heightened' by Indiana Religious Freedom Controversy

Democrat John Gregg said the new law has pushed him further toward opposing Gov. Mike Pence a second time.

Hillary Clinton Makes It Hard to Follow the Money

Her family's foundation collects millions from foreign donors. As secretary of State, she benefited from pricey intelligence reports, but it's unknown who footed the bill. To w...

Rubio Pollster: GOP Must Top 40% with Latinos to Win White House in 2016

That's a quantum leap from 2012, when Mitt Romney won just 27 percent of Latinos.

Obama Administration Launches Sales Pitch on Climate Pledge

White House sees leadership role in bringing countries to table in Paris talks.

Mike Pence Says Criticism of Indiana's Law Is a 'Smear.' But He'll 'Clarify' It Anyway.

The Republican governor is speaking out about intense criticism of his state's new "religious freedom" law.

Benghazi Panel Wants 'Interview' With Clinton on Emails

The House committee hopes the former secretary of State will agree to a sit-down to explain her actions.

Supreme Court Blocks Medicaid Lawsuits

The justices ruled 5-to-4 that providers can't sue over low payment rates.

What the Great Recession Taught Us about Long-Term Unemployment

If you lose your job at the height of an economic downturn, even a college degree doesn't help.

Ahead of Paris Climate Talks, U.S. Promises Up To 28% Emissions Cut by 2025

The White House hopes the pledge will create momentum on the road to Paris.

Support for the Affordable Care Act Breaks Down Along Racial Lines

Race remains an impenetrable dividing line in attitudes about the Affordable Care Act five years after President Obama signed it into law.

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