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The president's approval rating is inching up, but there's little public enthusiasm for his liberal agenda. Why that puts Hillary Clinton in an uncomfortable position for 2016.
There are at least four distinct types of Republican presidential candidates battling for 2016 supremacy.
Can Obama entrench his executive actions before he leaves office?
As the president becomes less relevant, it's time for Republicans to focus on the next big issue: real incomes.
He's doing none of the things a 2016 run requires, but he's still trying to keep the dream alive.
Democrats always underscore the importance of electing Hispanics to higher office. But they're overlooking their most prominent candidate.
The 2012 nominee's biography, baggage, and recent history seem a toxic cocktail for another run.