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Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.) speaks with the media after voting on Nov. 4, 2014 in New Orleans, La. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty)

Mary Landrieu faces grim odds in Saturday's Senate runoff

12/05/14 05:26PM

Senator Mary Landrieu will face Republican challenger Congressman Bill Cassidy on Saturday in Louisiana’s runoff on Saturday, giving the GOP an opportunity to pad their incoming majority by taking out yet another Southern Democrat. A victory would give the GOP 54 seats next year. Landrieu’s survived two tough races before, but her odds of a third victory are grim. read more

Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks at the Massachusetts Conference for Women in Boston, on Dec. 4, 2014.

Progressives urge New Hampshire Dems to wait on endorsing Clinton

12/05/14 08:07AM

The Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC), which is closely aligned with Sen. Elizabeth Warren, has a hired an organizer to work full time in New Hampshire ahead of the state’s first-in-the-nation Democratic presidential primary in 2016.But, with Warren unlikely to run, the group isn’t supporting any specific candidate. read more

Deval Patrick

Deval Patrick reveals 'huge mistake' Democrats made in 2014

11/30/14 01:47PM

Outgoing Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick slammed his party for losses in this month’s midterm elections, telling Democrats they need to “grow a backbone.” Appearing on NBC’s “Meet the Press” Sunday, Patrick said Democrats made a “huge mistake” to run from President Obama, but said the White House deserves some blame as well. read more

Hillary Rodham Clinton

Charlie Cook: Hillary's still (probably) running

11/30/14 12:12PM

Veteran political analyst Charlie Cook said at a speech in Kansas City, Missouri that he thinks Hillary Clinton is highly unlikely to run for president in 2016.Most observers consider Clinton’s run an all but forgone conclusion, but Cook gave her only a 25-30% chance of running, according to the Kansas City Star. read more

Hillary Rodham Clinton attends the Cookstoves Future Summit on Nov. 21, 2014 in New York City. (Spencer Platt/Getty)

Hillary Clinton's first campaign ad of 2016?

11/21/14 11:50AM

Hillary Clinton has yet to declare her intentions to run for president, but she already has the makings of a campaign and donor network -- many of whom are meeting in New York Friday – and now she has a something resembling a campaign ad introducing her to anyone who might not yet know about Clinton’s potential presidential ambitions. read more

Former US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton at the Clinton Global Initiative in New York City, on Sept. 23, 2014.

Can anyone stop Hillary Clinton?

11/21/14 09:21AM

Hillary Clinton will not clear the field. Even as a cadre of the Democratic Party’s greatest minds and deepest wallets convene in a hotel ballroom in New York City to plot Clinton’s domination of the 2016 presidential nomination, a field of credible challengers is beginning to take shape. read more

Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks in Nashua, N.H. on Nov. 2, 2014.

Warren, Sanders beat Hillary in poll of liberal group's members

11/20/14 01:24PM

Democracy for America has been asking their roughly one million members whom the group should support in a hypothetical 2016 Democratic Presidential Primary. Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren was the clear favorite, with support from 42% of respondents, according to results shared with msnbc ahead of their release later Thursday. read more

Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley arrives for a rally at the War Memorial Building on Nov. 3, 2014 in Baltimore, Maryland.

O'Malley hires ex-Clinton staffer ahead of likely presidential run

11/20/14 11:42AM

Eying a presidential run in 2016, outgoing Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley has hired a former adviser to Hillary Clinton to lead policy development at his political action committee. O’Malley has only two more months left in office in Annapolis, but his Washington-based O'Say Can You See PAC is adding staff. read more

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