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  • That Passionate Progressive Firing Up The Crowd? It's Dan Malloy

    That Passionate Progressive Firing Up The Crowd? It's Dan Malloy
    Standing behind a wooden lectern in an Oklahoma City hotel last month, the keynote speaker delivered a fervent endorsement of liberal causes while imploring the packed room of faithful Democrats to stay true to their ideals. Elizabeth Warren? Bernie...
  • The Latest: Clinton urges house party guests to sign up

    Democratic presidential campaigns are making their appeals to voters in three different states. Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks in New York and Iowa, Bernie Sanders makes his push in Iowa, and Martin O'Malley appeals for support in New Hampshire. The latest...
  • Democrats hope for presidential, Senate victories in 2016

    Democrats hope for presidential, Senate victories in 2016
    More than 1,200 miles from the action, Florida's most active Democrats were buzzing Saturday about Hillary Clinton's re-launch of her presidential campaign. "Everybody is very excited about Hillary," said Ken Evans, the state Democratic committeeman...
  • Letters: Class warfare does not help the middle class

    Class warfare does not help the middle class Editor: There has been much talk recently in political circles and the media about the middle class — whether it's disappearing and what elected leaders should do to help this wide swath of Americans....
  • Hillary Clinton making fundraising stop in Rhode Island

    Hillary Rodham Clinton is making a stop in Rhode Island to raise money for her Democratic bid for president. Clinton is scheduled to attend a fundraiser Wednesday afternoon and early evening in East Greenwich at the home of Democratic activist Mark...
  • Perks and pitfalls of running from the Senate to the White House

    WASHINGTON There's an old adage that when a senator looks in the mirror, he or she sees a future president. Now, five current senators are hoping to turn their reflections into reality and win the White House in 2016. Being a sitting senator has its...
  • Past Shows Sanders' Strengths: Pragmatism And Pugnacity

    Past Shows Sanders' Strengths: Pragmatism And Pugnacity
    On TV, Vermont's independent socialist U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders is always railing against billionaires, banks too large to fail and the Koch brothers. This may give the impression that, should he pull off a historic upset and win the White House, he...
  • The Trans-Pacific Partnership is making for strange political bedfellows

    In a case of strange bedfellows, many Republican presidential hopefuls are allying with President Barack Obama on his major trade initiative. Stranger yet, some Republican contenders are attacking Hillary Clinton for not supporting the president. The...
  • Rival challenges Clinton to say where she stands on trade

    Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders called on Democratic presidential rival Hillary Rodham Clinton on Thursday to say exactly where she stands on President Barack Obama's trade agenda now that Congress is considering it. "I think our trade policies have been...
  • Bernie Sanders eyes top tax rate of more than 50 percent

    WASHINGTON Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said Thursday he supports raising the top marginal tax rate to "over 50 percent" and increasing the corporate tax rate. In an interview on PBS' Charlie Rose program, the Vermont senator, who...
  • No Republican presidential front-runner as poll shows Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio in five-way tie

    No Republican presidential front-runner as poll shows Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio in five-way tie
    Florida's four presidential candidates are part of a five-way tie in a poll released Thursday that shows Republican voters don't have a favorite candidate. The Quinnipiac University Poll showed two of the better known names in the Republican contest,...