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  • Clinton already uniting prospective GOP presidential field

    Hillary Rodham Clinton opened her 2016 presidential campaign with a road trip to Iowa as Republican hopefuls, vying to be the one to face her if she wins the Democratic nomination, got an early and aggressive start taking her on. A van nicknamed "Scooby"...
  • Ted Cruz's Latino heritage not seen as part of his 'political persona'

    WASHINGTON Ted Cruz has a Latino name. He has a Latino background. And he's one of the few Latinos to have ever run for the presidential nomination of a major party. But is he Latino enough? The Hispanic community in his home state of Texas gave him...
  • Clinton une a los aspirantes republicanos... en su contra

    Clinton une a los aspirantes republicanos... en su contra
    Hillary Rodham Clinton no mencionó a sus potenciales rivales republicanos cuando la víspera lanzó formalmente su segunda campaña a la presidencia de Estados Unidos, pero ellos no compartieron su prudencia. Rand Paul colocó a Clinton en el centro de su...
  • White House Brief: Things to know about Sen. Marco Rubio

    Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida is expected to enter the 2016 presidential campaign on Monday. A look at key things to know about Rubio. ___ THE BRIEF Rubio won election during the tea party wave of 2010, but he has worked to broaden his appeal beyond...
  • Obama conquered the West for Democrats, but now it's back in play

    When President Obama claimed the Democratic nomination en route to the White House, he planted his party flag in this Rocky Mountain capital, vowing to end Washington's dysfunction and find elusive consensus around issues such as immigration, guns and...
  • Sideline Chatter: They aren't exactly in a hurry to end this rivalry

    And how are those new speed-up rules working out for you, MLB? The first Yankees-Red Sox game this season took 19 innings, 15 pitching changes, 6 hours and 49 minutes to complete. And if you think those numbers look ugly now, just wait till MLB's team...
  • Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows

    Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows: ABC's "This Week" — Secretary of State John Kerry; Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah; former Gov. Mike Huckabee, R-Ark.; Laura Bush. ___ NBC's "Meet the Press" — Kerry; Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky.; New York City...
  • Rudy Giuliani does not love the real America

    Misjudging your audience can have disastrous consequences. Though I am neither a toastmaster nor a celebrity on the national speaking circuit, I am occasionally asked to address crowds at social and family functions, tributes, roasts, banquets or...
  • Lessons to be learned from Israel

    Despite the fact that President Barack Obama did everything he could to drag Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu down and persuade the Israeli people to kick him out of office because he did not support Obama’s Neville Chamberlain...
  • More 'daylight' between Netanyahu's Israel and the U.S. -- is that what Obama wants?

    More 'daylight' between Netanyahu's Israel and the U.S. -- is that what Obama wants?
    From his first days in office, President Obama has been intent on creating some distance between the United States and Israel, because he viewed the closeness of the relationship as bad for American foreign policy. In 2009, during a meeting with Jewish...
  • Rand Paul, Mitt Romney, Bob Menendez: Sunday guests

    UPDATED: The guest list for the Sunday morning programs: Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., a presidential candidate for 2016, visits CBS' "Face the Nation," CNN's "State of the Union" and NBC's "Meet the Press." Secretary of State John Kerry will be a guest on...