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Has California's Leading Latino Politician Missed His Moment?

Antonio Villaraigosa decided not to run for Senate and may run for governor in 2018. But his path might be blocked by newer rising stars.

Democrats Wonder, Did Clinton Learn Anything From 2008?

Dems are frustrated but with no alternative contender, they're left to debate fixes that are anything but.

Michigan Takes Another Hit With Candice Miller's Retirement

The GOP representative's retirement further diminishes the state's once-outsized Capitol Hill influence.

The Battle Between Scott Walker and Jeb Bush Is Underway

A poll shows Walker and Bush are the early favorites for 2016, but Bush stands up better against Clinton. 

How Aaron Schock's Big Spending Has Given Him Political Protection

Despite bad headlines and ethics trouble, observers say Schock may not face a primary, thanks partly to years of high-energy campaigning and fundraising for local Republicans.

Democrats Aren’t Rushing To Defend Hillary Clinton

After e-mail revelations, some Democrats are dodging questions more than offering Clinton cover.

Think Clinton's Having a Bad Time Now? Wait Until She's a Candidate

She's being scrutinized, but she's not having to answer questions. That luxury ends the day she launches.  

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