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  • Ready for Hillary super PAC gets ready to wrap up

    Ready for Hillary has raised $15 million and identified 4 million Hillary Clinton supporters, the group said Friday as the former secretary of state prepares to enter the presidential race this weekend. The 2-year-old super PAC, founded to help nudge...
  • Obamas paid $93,362 in 2014 income taxes on earnings of $477,383

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, reported adjusted gross income of $477,383 for 2014, down 0.8 percent from last year, according to tax returns released Friday by the White House. The Obamas paid $93,362 in federal taxes, an...
  • NRA summit turns into Hillary Clinton roast

    NASHVILLE Prospective 2016 Republican presidential candidates and the leaders of the National Rifle Association focused more on Hillary Clinton than President Barack Obama on Friday as they criticized their gun control views and other policies. "We're...
  • Obama tours Panama Canal as trade looms over summit agenda

    PANAMA CITY President Barack Obama visited the Panama Canal on Friday for a first-hand look at an expansion of the waterway to accommodate larger cargo vessels that may pressure the U.S. to modernize its port facilities. Obama stopped on Friday at the...
  • Poll: Democrats and independents don't want a Clinton coronation

    If Hillary Clinton is to become her party's 2016 presidential nominee, independents and even Democrats overwhelmingly want to see her earn the title, according to a Bloomberg Politics national poll that also shows increasing headwinds for her candidacy....
  • Hillary Clinton, first lady, on gay marriage: A case study in opacity

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. A trove of papers released this week at the Clinton library shows that, even before homebrew email servers were an option, Hillary Clinton's operation had mastered low-tech workarounds to avoid leaving a paper trail of her real-time...
  • How would President Rand Paul handle the media, anyway?

    IOWA CITY, Iowa Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul's first week as a presidential candidate has been a paradox; unusually programmed and yet bedeviled by Paul's own words. In his primary state speeches, Paul stands on a podium between two TelePrompter lenses, and...
  • Competing Pressures on Iran deal confront Senate Democrats

    WASHINGTON Democratic senators backing a bill that would give Congress authority to review an Iran nuclear deal are caught between the White House and the pro-Israel lobby as they assert their prerogative to vet foreign policy. The Republican bill, co-...
  • Analysis: Marriage rights won't save gays from being fired in most states

    WASHINGTON Same-sex couples across the U.S. may soon have the legal right to marry. In 28 states, their employer will still have the legal right to fire them. Even as the U.S. Supreme Court prepares for arguments this month on legalizing same-sex...
  • California AG Kamala Harris urges forgiveness of student debt from predatory colleges

    California Attorney General and U.S. Senate candidate Kamala Harris signed on to a letter to Education Secretary Arne Duncan Thursday that asks the federal government to wipe away the debt amassed by college students targeted at the non-profit...
  • Biden says momentum is turning against Islamic militants in Iraq

    WASHINGTON U.S. Vice President Joe Biden gave an upbeat assessment of the Iraqi government's fight against Islamic State militants, defending the administration's strategy ahead of Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's Washington visit next week. "It'...