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Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Declares War Against ‘Clinton Cash’
In everything from YouTube videos to a 42-page opposition report, the Democrat’s camp is aiming to discredit the book’s author and undercut its accusations.
By Emily Schultheis
House GOP Wants to Withhold State Dept. Money Over Hillary Clinton Emails, FOIA Problems
Republicans hope to use the appropriations process to ensure every State employee preserves records.
By Ben Geman
Jeb Bush, Acknowledging Family Mistakes, Lays Out His Foreign Policy Vision
The all-but-certain 2016er again reminds us that he’s not his father or brother. His staffing tells a different story.
By Rebecca Nelson
Hillary Clinton Is ‘Happy’ to Answer More Questions From the Benghazi Committee
Clinton’s lawyers and Rep. Trey Gowdy’s committee are engaged in a polite battle of letters.
By Emma Roller
How the Senate Is Taking Lindsey Graham’s Presidential Ambitions
Graham for President? John McCain’s the only one who is sold.
By Lauren Fox
Scott Walker Digs in on How His Experience With Unions Shows He Won’t “˜Back Down’ to ISIS
The Wisconsin governor expounded on his controversial comments at CPAC last month.
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