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  • Stuart Rothenberg: Remembrance of shutdowns past

    WASHINGTON Republicans scored big gains in the 2010 and 2014 elections because both of those midterms were about President Barack Obama and the Democratic Party. Democrats had successful elections in 2006, 2008 and 2012 primarily because they made those...
  • Santorum is ready for a comeback. Who knew?

    WASHINGTON He's looking a little tan, sounding rested and signaling he's ready. He's a former senator from a big swing state who was a senior member of the congressional leadership. He was even the runner-up for his party's presidential nomination last...
  • Survey: Uninsured rate hit new low in 2014

    Even as it faces another Supreme Court challenge, President Barack Obama's health care law has steadily reduced the number of uninsured Americans, according to an extensive survey released Tuesday. The Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index found that the...
  • Some radio hosts you've never heard of are among most powerful people in GOP

    DES MOINES, Iowa Everybody wanted a piece of Steve King. The Iowa congressman was co-hosting a Freedom Summit that would bring most of the GOP's 2016 hopefuls together with an attentive audience and 200 often-attentive journalists. King had a few...
  • Can the Democratic Party fix its "white voter" problem?

    Can the Democratic Party fix its "white voter" problem?
    While talking to black and white Republicans recently about the Grand Old Party's outreach efforts to voters of color, I wondered: What are Democrats doing to reach working-class whites? Much has been said and written — some of it by me —...
  • Nebraska lawmakers begin debate on winner-take-all system

    Republicans in Nebraska — one of just two states that allow their electoral votes for president to be split — want to reinstate a winner-take-all system, but Democratic lawmakers argued Monday that such a change would remove any incentive...
  • For Clinton, her family foundation may pose campaign risks

    The foundation launched by former President Bill Clinton more than a decade ago has battled HIV and AIDS in Africa, educated millions of children and fed the poor and hungry around the globe. It also has the potential to become a political risk for...
  • GOP unites to ignore immigration in 2016

    GOP unites to ignore immigration in 2016
    Immigration is supposed to be a bitterly divisive topic for Republicans. Yet a very narrow range of opinion separates the party's leading presidential candidates, which is unfortunate for the country. The last Republican presidential nominee, Mitt...
  • Yes, Obama is different

    Yes, Obama is different
    Last week, Rudy Giuliani spoke to an audience of businesspeople, conservative elites and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker. He made news about President Barack Obama. "The former New York mayor," reported Politico, "directly challenged Obama's patriotism,...
  • Rubio is on the comeback trail in nascent presidential campaign

    WASHINGTON Marco Rubio is hot again. The junior senator from Florida is in the midst of a comeback, helped by a stand against easing relations with Cuba, some savvy campaigning in Iowa and a meeting that impressed wealthy donors. He still faces a...
  • Mitt Romney's niece picked to head Michigan Republican Party

    Michigan Republicans picked a niece of Mitt Romney on Saturday to lead the state party for the next two years. Ronna Romney McDaniel got 55 percent of the vote on the first ballot before delegates made the selection unanimous. Bobby Schostak didn't...