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The 'War on Women' Isn't Over Yet

Critics say Democrats' focus on "women's issues" failed in 2014, but the party has no plans to abandon the line of attack.

The 2016 Play: Attack Your Rivals at Home

As aspiring Republican presidential candidates compete for donor support, the old rules no longer apply.

Obama Is Setting Up Hillary Clinton to Fail

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.

2016ers Could Learn a Thing or Two From 2 Chainz

The rapper is considering running for "this little mayor thing" in his Georgia hometown.

Cruz Won’t Seek Vote to End Crude Export Ban

Sen. Ted Cruz, a Texas Republican who is eyeing a run for president, will not seek a vote on an amendment to lift the ban on crude-oil exports during Senate debate on the Keyst...

Obama Finds Diplomatic Footing After Paris Stumble

Saudi relations boosted by the U.S. visit and the clout of the president's delegation.  

FCC Warns Hotels Not to Block Wi-Fi

The agency wants to put a stop to a "disturbing trend."

Obamacare Nears Enrollment Goal

More than 9.5 million people have signed up for insurance coverage.

Senate Set to Join Immigration Fight

The chamber will take up the House-passed Homeland Security funding bill as early as next week.

Chris Christie Would Like to Judge Your Snowman

The tweet storm after the snowstorm.

Matt Bevin to Make Shock Run for Kentucky Governor

Matt Bevin is back, and that means trouble for Kentucky's Republican establishment.

Obama Calls for Regulations After Drone Crashes Near White House

The president directed federal agencies to release rules for commercial drone use.

The Two-Generation Approach to Fighting Child Poverty

These programs know that giving parents educational and economic assistance helps children as well.

Marco Rubio Wants to Permanently Extend NSA Mass Surveillance

The Florida Republican and likely White House contender is further separating himself from other 2016 hopefuls in the Senate.

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