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Hillary Clinton Launches First TV Ads

$1 million worth of ads in both Iowa and New Hampshire focus on her mother as well as her service as a first lady, senator, and secretary of State.

Cybersecurity Bill Faces Time Crunch as Recess Approaches

Unless a deal is struck, amendments could slow the bill's progress and hinder its chances of passing before the end of the week.

What Happens if Planned Parenthood’s Federal Funding is Ended?

Other health care providers probably could not step into Planned Parenthood's role.

After Charleston Shooting, Clyburn Pushes for 'Substance' Over Symbols

The veteran South Carolina lawmaker is happy to see the Confederate flag come down, but is now more focused on voting rights.

Staffers Donated $130,000 to their Bosses’ Presidential Campaigns Last Quarter

About 100 people working for presidential campaigns chipped in more than $100,000 to their bosses in the second quarter.

Hotline's GOP Presidential Power Rankings: The Trump Card

What's next for the presidential campaign after a Donald-dominated summer stretch.  

Winners and Losers In President Obama’s Global Warming Rule

The centerpiece of the president's climate agenda is sure to create political fallout.

Hillary Clinton, Scott Walker, and the Future of Obama’s Climate Plan

The EPA's clean power rule will ultimately be decided by the next president, governors, and the courts.

Obama Prepares Full-Court Press On Climate Change

The White House strengthens its landmark power-plant rules, starting a major push on climate

Major Environmental Group Endorses Bernie Sanders’ 2016 Bid

Friends of the Earth Action endorsed Sanders in New Hampshire.

Charting the 2016 Presidential Money Race

We track the way contributions from PACs, political parties, and individuals are shaping the 2016 field.

The Super PAC Backing Hillary Clinton Was Buoyed By Late Donations From Big Spenders

Donations to Priorities USA from June accounted for 89 percent of the total raised through the first half of this year.

Pro-Marijuana PAC Backs Libertarian-Minded Rand Paul

The political action committee of the Marijuana Policy Project gave to his Senate and presidential campaigns.

Pro-Ted Cruz Super PACs Rake in $38 Million

Six donors accounted for nearly all of the total fundraising haul. 

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