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  • Clinton linking her campaign with fight for middle class

    Hillary Rodham Clinton is putting everyday Americans at the center of her first major campaign speech for the Democratic presidential nomination as she connects the Depression-era struggles of her mother to the challenges facing those who helped the...
  • Scott Walker: 'I ran against a woman' and won

    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker on Friday offered up a not-so-subtle suggestion that he has what it takes to beat Hillary Clinton, recalling the time he "ran against a woman." Speaking to donors at Mitt Romney's E2 Summit in Utah on Friday, Walker pointed to...
  • Clinton email scandal affects State Department funding

    WASHINGTON Democrats are expected to put up a fight in the coming days and weeks over a Republican plan to withhold a substantial amount of the State Department's operating budget as punishment for the amount of time it is taking the agency to produce the...
  • Before big speech, Clinton steps to left _ but not too far

    Union members broke into cheers when Hillary Rodham Clinton said she supported their efforts to create a $15-an-hour national minimum wage. "Thank you for giving me this chance to tell you all how much I support your movement," she told a conference...
  • The changing face of centrist campaigning

    The changing face of centrist campaigning
    Imagine three presidents. The first sold a moderate message to win a three-way race with 49% of the vote. The second sold a conservative one and won with just under 51% of the vote. And the third ran a liberal campaign and won with just over 51% of the...
  • Rand Paul in Irvine says Republicans must broaden appeal to minorities

    Rand Paul in Irvine says Republicans must broaden appeal to minorities
    As he traveled through Southern California on a two-day trip, Republican Sen. Rand Paul called on his party Friday to widen its outreach to minority voters, whom he said will help propel the party to victories nationwide. And while he put forward a...
  • Clinton lays out vision, aims for FDR-Obama coalition

    NEW YORK Hillary Rodham Clinton's new campaign for the presidency is being built on policies she says will boost the middle class, but also are aimed at appealing to the coalition of voters forged by Franklin D. Roosevelt and modernized by Barack Obama....
  • 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...
  • Clinton kicks off 2016 bid, embracing chance to make history

     Clinton kicks off 2016 bid, embracing chance to make history
    Hillary Rodham Clinton formally kicked off her presidential campaign on Saturday with an enthusiastic embrace of her potential to become the first woman to win the White House, asking supporters gathered at an outdoor rally to join her in building an...
  • Who was Hillary Clinton aiming at? Women and ascendant voters

    Who was Hillary Clinton aiming at? Women and ascendant voters
    Hillary Clinton will never win the presidency on the sheer force of lofty rhetoric, as her announcement speech demonstrated Saturday. But if she does win the White House, it will be because she accomplished what her speech set out to do: harness the...
  • 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...