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  • Details of fundraising by rebellious House Republicans

    Of the 25 House Republicans who voted in January against keeping Rep. John Boehner, R-Ohio, as speaker, most have seen a drop in contributions from political committees representing business and other interests, compared with two years ago.
  • Ex-congressman's former chief of staff accused of setting up ringer candidate

    MIAMI Federal prosecutors on Friday accused former Democratic Rep. Joe Garcia's ex-chief of staff of secretly financing a ringer tea-party candidate in 2010 to draw votes away from a Republican rival an illegal scheme that inspired a more serious...

    Sheldon Adelson has placed bad bets, but politicians keep calling

    WASHINGTON As Ted Cruz, Rick Perry and Jeb Bush's big brother, former President George W. Bush, head to Las Vegas this weekend for the latest episode in GOP presidential hopefuls' long-running courtship of Sheldon Adelson, it's worth remembering that...

    Stuart Rothenberg: 'Big money' and the 2016 elections

    WASHINGTON Reporters love to write about money in politics, so I shouldn't have been at all surprised by an April 20 Washington Post article suggesting campaign finance is becoming an issue in the presidential contest. But a front-page story above the...

    Step into war rooms planning Hillary Clinton's defeat

    ARLINGTON, Va. In a nondescript high-rise in the suburbs of Washington, a group of 20-somethings is waging war on Hillary Clinton. They're tracking her every move, analyzing her utterances during decades in public life and updating a library of 1,000...