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  • Gensler, a sharp-elbowed 'force,' will watch over Clinton's campaign finances

    On one of his last nights as chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Gary Gensler thanked Elizabeth Warren. There were others on the list he ticked through at the affair packed with congressional aides, government officials and even a few lobbyists, but Warren, the Massachusetts senator and star of the left, was one of the first: a recognition for Warren's role in helping Gensler transform the CFTC from a regulatory backwater into a tough Wall Street cop.
  • Candidates look to make family legacies in Congress

    WASHINGTON When nine-term Democratic Rep. Lois Capps of California announced her retirement, all eyes turned to a potential successor: her daughter. A Democratic operative who has never run for office, Laura Burton Capps has long been seen as a...

    Questions abound as Cardin steps into larger role

    Ben Cardin, Maryland's junior U.S. senator, just got a promotion that makes him a big player on international issues. But will Cardin retain his focus on Maryland matters after he plunges into the elevated world of foreign affairs? Previously, Cardin,...

    Money race heating up in Md. political contests

    Money race heating up in Md. political contests
    The field of candidates planning to run for House and Senate contests in Maryland is not yet set, but the race for campaign cash is well under way. Candidates — mostly Democrats, to date — are making pitches to donors and organizing...

    Geography will play a role in Md. Senate race

    Geography will play a role in Md. Senate race
    The first U.S. senator elected directly by voters was a Silver Spring attorney named Blair Lee, who won a special election in 1913, months after the 17th Amendment changed the way candidates were selected for the Senate. Lee, it turns out, was also the...