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  • What we've learned about Jeb Bush so far

    Before this month, Jeb Bushhadn't engaged with voters on his own behalf since 2002, when he won his second, and final, four-year term as Florida governor. Then, over the course of 17 days, the likely presidential candidatechangedthat by campaigning in...
  • Fraternities lobby against campus rape investigations

    College fraternities and sororities,concerned that students accused of sexual assault are treated unfairly, are pushing Congress to make it harder for universities to investigate rape allegations. The groups' political arm plans to bring scores of...
  • Obama meets with Clinton for first time since email controversy

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama met for the first time with Hillary Rodham Clinton since both have faced questions over Clinton's use of a private email account and server while she served as his secretary of State. "President Obama and Secretary...
  • San Francisco 16-year-olds could vote under proposed amendment

    SAN FRANCISCO For many young people, turning 16 grants coveted rights to drive a car and start a first job. In San Francisco, it may mean helping to choose the mayor and other city leaders. San Francisco Supervisor John Avalos last week offered a...
  • Hillary Clinton�'16: The anti-'08 campaign

    This time is going to be different. So say members of the skeleton team already working for Hillary Clinton, future staffers preparing to make the move from Washington, D.C.,to the expected campaign headquarters in New York, and some veterans of the 2008...
  • Netanyahu allies urge Obama to respect Israeli election outcome

    JERUSALEM Israeli officials called on the U.S. to accept the results of last week's election amid signs President Barack Obama may shift policy in response to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's victory. Disputes should be resolved through "diplomatic...
  • Wisconsin voter-ID law stands as U.S. high court rejects appeal

    WASHINGTON The U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way for Wisconsin to implement a voter-identification law that opponents say is one of the strictest in the nation. Rejecting an appeal by civil rights groups, the justices Monday gave a victory to...
  • Grave issues on Iran cited by 367 House members in letter

    WASHINGTON A letter signed by 367 U.S. House members to President Barack Obama highlights what they describe as "grave and urgent issues" relating to negotiations to rein in Iran's nuclear ambitions. The letter, dated March 20 and released Monday by...
  • Ted�Cruz�has a surprising weak spot in the money race

    Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, who said Mondayhe is running for president, must raise at least $30 million,his advisers say, to be competitive in a sprawling Republican primary field that will be financially dominated by former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush. Cruzhopes to...
  • Lynch confirmation vote in Senate seen delayed until mid-April

    WASHINGTON U.S. attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch probably won't get a Senate confirmation vote until at least mid-April, five months after she was nominated, because the chamber plans to spend this week debating its budget proposal. "Budget all...
  • U.S. doubts on Netanyahu could lead to 'other steps' in pursuit of peace

    JERUSALEM �� The U.S. ambassador to Israel said on Israeli radio Sunday that if it's impossible to reach a negotiated peace deal with the Palestinians as long as Benjamin Netanyahu is prime minister, a question arises: "If negotiations are...