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Hillary super PAC makes moves in South Carolina

09/01/14 05:31PM

With Hillary Clinton giving few public appearances ahead of a possible presidential run, some Democrats are happy to take the next best thing.bFormer Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm is headlining a major Democratic event in South Carolina later this month on behalf Ready for Hillary, the pro-Clinton super PAC. read more

Hillary Clinton testifies before the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Capitol Hill January 23, 2013 in Washington, DC.

Benghazi coming back with a vengeance in September

09/01/14 07:12AM

After several mercifully Benghazi-free months of news, the 2012 attack on the diplomatic compound in Libya is about to be thrust back into the news around their September 11th Anniversary.The special House committee investigating Benghazi is expected to finally begin its work in earnest with its first hearing the week Congress returns from August recess. read more

U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) at a meeting of the 4th Congressional District Republican Party in Covington, KY on July 25, 2014.

Paul and Clinton blur partisan lines on foreign policy

08/30/14 09:41AM

After a decade in which Republicans championed an aggressive unilateral foreign policy under President Bush and Democrats rallied behind a more measured international approach under President Obama, the battle lines are getting blurry as presidential season approaches. read more

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker addresses members of the media in Madison, Wis., July 22, 2014.

Scott Walker still struggling in new poll

08/27/14 02:05PM

Scott Walker is betting that his conservative credentials and his years as a purple-state governor can put him in the top tier of Republican presidential contenders. But his current struggles to win re-election in Wisconsin could badly weaken him for 2016.A Marquette University poll released Wednesday showed Walker with just a 3. read more

U.S. citizens vote in the presidential election at Carleton Middle School Nov. 6, 2012 in Sterling Heights, Mich.

Forget 2016: Democrats already have a plan for 2020

08/26/14 07:34AM

Forget 2016. Democrats are already fighting to win 2020. As President Obama’s second term winds down and Hillary Clinton’s likely presidential campaign winds up, it feels like the 2016 election often draws even more attention than the upcoming midterm races. read more

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