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  • Wasserman Schultz at political crossroads

    Wasserman Schultz at political crossroads
    Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the most-prominent Democrat in South Florida, is at a political crossroads. She's just won her sixth term in the U.S. House of Representatives with 63 percent of the vote. And she's been chairwoman of the Democratic National...
  • Hillary all over again

    Hillary all over again
    With the exception of President Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton is the most recognized American politician of this era. Today, she is far and away the Democratic front runner for president. Many believe she is the odds on favorite to win it all — a...
  • Voters may be tired of Boxer, Feinstein, but it doesn't mean they'd lose

    Voters can be a lot like those acquisitive contestants on TV's "Let's Make A Deal." Do you take the cash or risk it for the surprise that beckons behind Door No. 1? The money is a sure thing. But how about a whirlwind vacation, that handsome dinette...
  • Hillary Clinton should be ready for inevitable campaign attacks

    Hillary Clinton should be ready for inevitable campaign attacks
    WASHINGTON — The Democrats' drubbing in the midterm elections simplified one of Hillary Clinton's challenges: Now she can strike some distance from President Barack Obama. Everybody else is doing it. The former secretary of state, who is almost...
  • HUD secretary says L.A., nation on track to house all homeless vets

    HUD secretary says L.A., nation on track to house all homeless vets
    The U.S. is on track to end veteran homelessness by the end of next year, even in Los Angeles, the epicenter of the problem, U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro said Saturday. "I believe we can," Castro said at the United Way of...
  • Sage advice for Hillary Clinton

    It's been almost two weeks since their stinging defeat in midterm elections, but Democrats are still licking their wounds and trying to figure out where they went wrong. They don't have much time to extract the right lessons: The 2016 presidential...
  • An amusing strategy for devising secure passwords that you can remember

    An amusing strategy for devising secure passwords that you can remember
    You’ve forgotten the ubiquitous password you must enter and now try in vain to remember it. It’s not six ones, four ones is too short and the reset password you choose (five twos) is not allowed because you’ve used it before or it’...
  • Will Obama hobble Clinton in 2016?

    Will Obama hobble Clinton in 2016?
    If President Barack Obama and his record hurt Democrats in 2014, what effect will they have in 2016? Just as Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain couldn't escape the shadow of George W. Bush in 2008, the Democratic nominee in 2016 won't be able to...
  • Marco Rubio joins ranks of possible 2016 hopefuls with new book

    On election day, Bloomberg politics reporter David Weigel tweeted, "Polls are now closed in Alaska, which marks the start of the 2016 Iowa caucuses." Readers who miss the (very slight) comic exaggeration can be forgiven -- the waiting period between the...
  • Midterm elections don't discourage Democrats

    Midterm elections don't discourage Democrats
    In the aftermath of the recent election, Democrats are not discouraged because President Obama will begin exacting his pound of flesh from the new Republican Senate and House when he uses his executive power to quickly issue an expanded immigration...
  • Boehner inherits new opportunity as head of robust GOP House majority

    Since taking the gavel in 2011, House Speaker John A. Boehner has looked like a man under siege, often captive to the whims of a rambunctious conservative flank looking for any excuse to oust him. But not since 1947 has a Republican enjoyed the kind...