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Off to The Races

For 2016, the Parties Are Trading Places

Democrats usually fall in love, while Republicans fall in line. So far in this presidential campaign, neither is happening.

Clinton's Rough Road Ahead

The liberal base and the media will work together to make sure she isn't crowned as the Democratic nominee.

Jeb Bush's Headwinds

He starts the race with ample money, veteran aides—and real problems on the policy and ideological fronts.

It's Not About the Emails: Clinton's Fate Hangs on Bigger Questions

Win or lose, her quality as a candidate and her party's image will matter much more than an inside-the-Beltway story.

The GOP's Damage Done

How the Homeland Security stalemate is hurting the Republican brand.

A Tough Path to the Presidency

Fewer experienced senators seem interested in making White House bids, and it's easy to understand why.

Romney Exit Opens the Field

Several 2016 GOP candidates could benefit from the 2012 nominee's decision not to run.

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