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Richard A. Gephardt

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  • The thrill of a wide-open race for president

    The thrill of a wide-open race for president
    The 2016 presidential campaign is quickening, with candidates popping up like daffodils. If you're a political junkie, this will be one of those leap years you live for, when no incumbent president is up for re-election. If you're a concerned citizen, this should be an unusually stimulating and educational experience. If you're among the millions of young people who'll be enticed into caring for the first time about politics and governance, welcome to a probably wild scrum.
  • Approaching 2016 campaign kickoffs a blend of pageantry, calculation

    WASHINGTON Hillary Clinton is expected to launch her long-anticipated campaign for the White House this month, making another attempt to become the first female president in the nation's history. The question now is where? And does it matter? Clinton'...

    Analysis: Can Cruz ride wave of rage all the way to the White House?

    WASHINGTON Ted Cruz is known for one thing: He's relentlessly opposed to President Barack Obama, even if it means shutting down the government to reverse him. Now as he launches his bid for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, the senator from...

    Movement to expand gay marriage tested in several more states

    Movement to expand gay marriage tested in several more states
    There is no civil rights movement in the country’s history that has moved further, faster than the gay rights movement. In 1958, more than nine in 10 of those surveyed in a Gallup Poll opposed marriage between blacks and whites. It took nearly...

    Mark Leibovich's 'This Town' captures Washington's 'me' generation

    Political scientist Louis Brownlow once famously lauded Franklin D. Roosevelt's advisors' "passion for anonymity." Gone are the days. Today's Washington operatives more closely resemble Norma Desmond in "Sunset Blvd." — characters consumed by...