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  • Bristol Palin says she's pregnant for second time

    Bristol Palin, who launched an abstinence campaign after giving birth as an unwed teenage mother, announced Thursday she is pregnant with her second child out-of-wedlock.
  • Hillary Clinton returning to Nevada, scene of ugly 2008 primary battle

    Hillary Clinton returning to Nevada, scene of ugly 2008 primary battle
    In the long, bitter campaign fight between Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton, few states witnessed as much rancor as Nevada. The state's 2008 Democratic caucus, scheduled early in the race to boost its influence, yielded a federal lawsuit, a fight...

    Some differences, similarities between Rubio and Obama

    Some differences, similarities between Rubio and Obama
    As soon as Sen. Marco Rubio announced he was running for president, political analysts began comparing him to President Barack Obama. Similarities between the two men are obvious. Both were senators in their first term when they announced their bid...

    McCain, Kirk weigh in on a Ted Cruz presidential campaign

     McCain, Kirk weigh in on a Ted Cruz presidential campaign
    U.S. Sens. Mark Kirk and John McCain, in Chicago on Sunday for an event at the Ukrainian Cultural Center, reacted diplomatically to news reports that their Republican Senate colleague Ted Cruz was expected to announce a presidential bid. Cruz is...

    Gov. Bruce Rauner still talking about Illinois' problems, not solutions

     Gov. Bruce Rauner still talking about Illinois' problems, not solutions
    Gov. Bruce Rauner assumed the role of professor Thursday, delivering a 40-minute slideshow to business students in which he continued to paint a gloomy picture of a state "in mass deterioration" while promising his solutions will come soon. Rauner,...