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New Latino Reality in Florida Makes Clinton's Cuba Position Possible

With Cuban-Americans' influence declining in this swing state, her call to end the embargo is not so surprising.

Hillary Clinton Is Pulling No Punches Against Jeb Bush

Clinton launched a broadside, perhaps the harshest of her campaign, directly at Bush's "Right to Rise" theme, which he is taking to minority communities around the country.

An Endeavor to Take Trump Seriously

What happens when a reporter tries to take the GOP's man of the moment seriously?

Poll: Will Donald Trump Still Be a Candidate for President by the Iowa Caucuses?

"With his ego, he could still be a candidate for president by the Iowa caucuses of 2024."

Poll: How Much of an Influence Will the Black Lives Matter Movement Have on the Democratic Party in 2016?

"The party will have to be responsive to the concerns of black activists and, with each incident, the fervor grows."

The Aftermath of a Senator's Stroke

The Illinois senator is running for reelection after suffering a stroke. How much did it change his brain? And is it wrong to ask?

Martin O'Malley Is Waiting for Bernie Sanders to Fizzle

Waiting for Bernie Sanders to fizzle, with Martin O'Malley.

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