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  • Albert R. Hunt: Hillary Clinton can't waffle on Trans-Pacific Partnership forever

    Albert R. Hunt: Hillary Clinton can't waffle on Trans-Pacific Partnership forever
    To paraphrase Joe Louis, Hillary Clinton can run but she can't hide from the great trade debate that pits President Barack Obama and a handful of free-trade Democrats against Sen. Elizabeth Warren and most of the party in Congress. Topic A is the...
  • Martin Schram: A GOP insider's wise advice on immigration reform

    On the screen, one of the Republican Party's savviest strategists, Kevin Madden, is telling it like it is on immigration reform. He's talking not really to Sunday's CNN national audience but to a slightly smaller audience his Grand Old Party's leaders,...
  • Scott Walker avoids scrutiny on Israel 'listening tour'

    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is wrapping up a five-day "listening tour" through Israel, his first visit to the U.S. ally. But don't ask the Republican White House prospect where he went, whom he listened to or what was said as he shapes his foreign policy....
  • Scott Walker 'listening tour' of Israel: No questions, no itinerary

    Scott Walker 'listening tour' of Israel: No questions, no itinerary
    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is wrapping up a five-day "listening tour" through Israel, his first visit to the U.S. ally. But don't ask the Republican White House prospect where he went, whom he listened to or what was said as he shapes his foreign policy....
  • Clinton family foundation raises big money and big questions

    Millions of dollars in foreign money sloshing around a presidential candidate, even in the name of helping the world's poor, is bound to spill over into controversy. Doubly so when it comes to the Clintons, America's two-for-the-price-of-one political...
  • Hillary is running scared

    Hillary is running scared
    Here we go again with the same old argument about a broken immigration system. The only reason Hillary Clinton has changed her tune since 2008 and is now pandering to the Hispanic vote is because she is running scared due to all the questions concerning...
  • Bill Clinton's lucrative speeches got fast approval at State

    State Department officials gave speedy and sometimes only cursory consideration to potential conflicts of interest when approving former President Bill Clinton's lucrative speeches to global companies and foreign governments during Hillary Rodham Clinton'...
  • TRAIL TRANSLATOR: They're all talking 'income inequality'

    Of all the buzzwords and phrases popping up early in the presidential campaign, "income inequality" must be close to the top of the list. And it's not just Democrats insisting that the nation must deal with it firmly and fast. While Hillary Rodham...
  • Is Jeb Bush his 'own man' on Iraq invasion?

    WASHINGTON -- Jeb Bush, in an early declaration that he was not his brother George's clone, flatly acknowledged that while he loved his kin he was "my own man," and would shape his own course if elected president in 2016. The observation seemed a hint...
  • Obama, Warren feud breaks open as trade legislation blocked by Democrats

    Obama, Warren feud breaks open as trade legislation blocked by Democrats
    The liberal grass-roots movement gave birth to two huge stars over the last decade, one who rode a wave of anti-war support into the White House and the other who became the ideological standard-bearer in the fight against big banks and corporate greed....
  • To reform campaign finances, let's reform the nation's billionaires

    To reform campaign finances, let's reform the nation's billionaires
    All you need to run for president these days is a billionaire. Or two. Three is even better, but you can certainly manage with just one. The bottom line is: Presidential campaigns — with the help of political action committees (PACs) and super...