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  • Jonathan Bernstein: Jeb Bush confirms his long-running campaign

    Jeb Bush finally made it official Monday. Granted, the former Florida governor has been a candidate for a long time. He made clear he was running seven months ago. Nine months before that, he was already doing the things a candidate at that stage needs...
  • Hillary Clinton calls trade stalemate 'a process issue'

    Campaigning in New Hampshire, Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton on Monday continued to hedge on whether President Barack Obama should have fast-track authority in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Agreement and whether she would want it if she...
  • Pope backs climate change science, denounces world leaders

    ROME Pope Francis has endorsed the science behind global warming and denounced the world's political leaders for putting national self-interests ahead of action. The 192-page leaked draft of a papal encyclical, published Monday by the Italian magazine L'...
  • Ramesh Ponnuru: 6 things Jeb Bush revealed about his candidacy

    Jeb Bush's speech announcing his presidential campaign Monday confirmed some things we already suspected like the fact that he's running but also revealed a few surprises that suggest the 2016 Republican primaries will be more interesting than expected....
  • Jeb Bush is on a mission to expand the Republican Party

    The following editorial was written by Bloomberg View editors: John Ellis Bush grandson of the late Sen. Prescott Sheldon Bush, son of former President George Herbert Walker Bush, brother of former President George Walker Bush and heir to the political...
  • Oprah and Kanye get #DroughtShamed as water cops roam California

    SAN FRANCISCO Paul Brown sets out before sunrise to patrol Sacramento for circumstantial evidence that someone is wasting California's scarcest resource. It may be a moist sidewalk, or a flooded curb gutter, or a suspiciously damp driveway. Every so...
  • What if Bernie Sanders pulls a Eugene McCarthy?

    A white-haired senator from a Frost Belt state, a one-time writer with a social-justice streak, an unlikely yet powerful energizer of young people. This year, it's Bernie Sanders of Vermont. In 1968, it was Eugene McCarthy of Minnesota. Sanders's bid for...
  • Adelson beats 2016 drum for Rubio through free Israeli newspaper

    TEL AVIV, Israel While billionaire Sheldon Adelson has yet to disclose his Republican presidential pick, the Israeli newspaper he publishes seems to have all but anointed Marco Rubio. Many of the candidates have visited Israel this year to meet with...
  • Trump's announcement poses one question for Republicans

    The following editorial was written by Bloomberg View editors: After nearly two decades of flirtation, Donald Trump has finally put his considerable money where his considerable mouth is. If nothing else, his presidential campaign will make the race...
  • Former Sen. Webb refuses to critique Clinton during stop at Des Moines Register

    Jim Webb is a Marine. That doesn't mean he's eager to engage in any kind of combat verbal or otherwise with Hillary Clinton. The former Virginia senator, who is exploring a bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, showed zero inclination toward...
  • The lessons unions learned from the 'Justice for Janitors' protests

    WASHINGTON Twenty-five years ago, striking janitors were clubbed and arrested by Los Angeles cops after locking arms and marching towards them in protest. This week, the Service Employees International Union is holding rallies commemorating that 1990...