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  • Bill Clinton says he will stop giving paid speeches if Hillary is elected

    Bill Clinton says he will stop giving paid speeches if Hillary is elected
    Former President Bill Clinton said Wednesday that if his wife is elected president he will stop giving paid speeches and, if she asks, step down from the foundation that bears his name and has fueled attacks against her during her nascent campaign. The ...
  • Fiorina's campaign-trail attacks leave out her own ties to Clinton

    Fiorina's campaign-trail attacks leave out her own ties to Clinton
    In a crowd of Republican presidential contenders hammering away at Hillary Rodham Clinton, no one has been more relentless than Carly Fiorina. In speeches and media interviews, some of them while shadowing Clinton on the campaign trail, the former...
  • CNN's Jake Tapper hopes to add depth to Sunday morning crowd

    CNN's Jake Tapper, the third new host of a Sunday morning public affairs show to debut within the past year, says he hopes to attract viewers who want a little more depth to their political interviews. Tapper starts Sunday on "State of the Union,"...
  • Politicians' foundations not new

    The Clinton Foundation has received significant attention lately with former Senator and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's interest in becoming president. The foundation was set up soon after former President Bill Clinton left office in 2000. It...
  • Hillary Clinton urges State Department to speed up release of emails

    Hillary Clinton urges State Department to speed up release of emails
    Hillary Rodham Clinton urged the State Department on Tuesday to speed the release of 55,000 pages of emails from her time as secretary of state, as her decision to spurn administration rules and use a private email address continued to dog her...
  • Presidential candidate you know, and one you might not, plan South Florida stops

    Presidential candidate you know, and one you might not, plan South Florida stops
    The two women who are running for their parties' presidential nominations are heading to South Florida. Hillary Clinton, the overwhelming favorite for the Democratic presidential nomination, is in the area late next week. Carly Fiorina, a Republican...
  • Hastert joins crowded club of fallen moralists

    Hastert joins crowded club of fallen moralists
    Evil lurks in unlikely places. In movies, it is always the all-American nice guy who turns out to be the villain. In real life, think Bill Cosby (scolding others to "pull up their pants," even as he allegedly attacked women he had drugged into...
  • The poverty of Obama's foreign policy

    The poverty of Obama's foreign policy
    President Barack Obama has proclaimed Hillary Clinton an effective secretary of state. All along, it must have been the plan for Russia to seize the eastern Ukraine, Beijing to build airstrips and assert sovereignty over international shipping lanes in...
  • Anticipatory bribery

    Anticipatory bribery
    Washington has been rocked by the scandal involving J. Dennis Hastert, the longest-serving Republican speaker in the history of the U.S. House, indicted on charges of violating banking laws by paying $1.7 million (as part of a $3.5 million agreement) to...
  • Clinton, Democrats meeting labor leaders on 2016 bids

    Hillary Rodham Clinton and her Democratic presidential rivals are holding private meetings with labor leaders in hopes of landing union endorsements that would bring organizational muscle and money to their 2016 campaigns. Clinton and former Maryland...
  • Rubio's real estate dealings often a drag on his finances

    Rubio's real estate dealings often a drag on his finances
    During Marco Rubio's first year in the Florida Legislature in 2000, the 29-year-old lawmaker filled out the required forms detailing his personal finances. On the line listing his net worth, Rubio wrote: "0." Since then, he has risen to lead the state...