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  • Analysis: Where Graham sees room for a fourth GOP senator in White House field

    WASHINGTON The GOP presidential field is now, officially, thicker with senators than at any time in the past two decades. All three with declared candidacies have viable paths to the nomination underscoring the bewilderment about why a fourth Senate...
  • Carl P. Leubsdorf: Obama certainly not 'leading from behind' on Iran

    In the two weeks since a U.S.-led coalition agreed on a surprisingly detailed outline for curbing Iran's nuclear ambitions, hardline elements on both sides have dominated the public debate, giving a false impression the complex negotiation is already in...
  • G-7 nations chide Russia on Iran air-defense sale as premature

    LUEBECK, Germany Germany and Italy said Russia's planned sale of air-defense systems to Iran before world powers complete an agreement on the country's nuclear program is premature. German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, hosting a Group of...
  • Marco Rubio, set to launch 2016 campaign, gets a super PAC

    Marco Rubio, set to launch 2016 campaign, gets a super PAC
    WASHINGTON — If he runs for president as expected, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., will have a political committee ready to raise and spend unlimited cash on his behalf. Rubio is set to announce his 2016 campaign plans in a speech Monday at the...
  • Moving parts complicate Democratic challenge to McCain

    Arizona Sen. John McCain's re-election campaign announcement Tuesday was just one of a handful of moving parts that will determine whether Democrats can make this race competitive. Democrats trying to game out the Senate race are facing a dizzying number...
  • RedBlueAmerica: Is America ready for a libertarian president?

    Rand Paul is in for 2016. The first-term Republican U.S. senator from Kentucky on Tuesday announced his run for the White House. Paul joins U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, among the candidates who've officially jumped in the presidential race. Rand, the son...
  • Where they stand: Rand Paul on issues of 2016 campaign

    Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul opened his campaign for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination Tuesday with a pledge to fight for greater liberties and smaller government. A look at where he stands on some issues: --- IMMIGRATION A thorny issue for Paul....
  • US Sen. John McCain announces he's running for 6th term

    Sen. John McCain announced Tuesday that he will run for re-election in 2016, making official a move that has been widely expected for the Republican as he looks to extend his nearly three-decade career in the Senate. McCain described his plans to run...
  • Obama's hurdles to shielding any Iran deal from Congress' tinkering

    Obama's hurdles to shielding any Iran deal from Congress' tinkering
    President Obama faces two serious problems as he tries to protect his still-unfinished nuclear agreement with Iran from congressional tinkering — or destruction. One is the ferocious opposition of Republican hawks who view the deal as insufficiently...
  • Chris Christie has a lot to prove in New Hampshire

    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has a difficult mission in his first extended visit to New Hampshire: to convince activists and voters that he can win the Republican presidential nomination in a crowded primary where he appears to have been outmaneuvered...
  • Senate to start Iran debate as Obama lobbies for deal

    WASHINGTON A Senate committee will start debating a proposal Tuesday to assert a congressional say in a nuclear agreement with Iran, prompting President Barack Obama to step up efforts to stop the legislation he said would scuttle the deal. Obama met...