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Clinton Supporters Scold Younger Women For Supporting Bernie Sanders

Clinton Sanders Debate

Hillary Clinton’s campaign and its supporters seem to be getting frustrated by the fact that younger women are seemingly more interested in her opponent than in her.

Hillary Clinton And Bernie Sanders Clash In First One-On-One Debate

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With the Vermont Senator holding a seemingly insurmountable lead in New Hampshire, Bernie Sanders and HIllary Clinton clashed last night in their most contentious debate yet.

Final Iowa Polling Shows It All Depends On Turnout, Plus A Projection

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The final polls of the Iowa Caucus show that the outcome of tonight’s caucuses depend almost entirely on turnout at this point. Plus, a projection of who will win and the order of finish.

Donald Trump And Bernie Sanders Hold On To Solid Leads In New Hampshire

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With just over a week to go, the New Hampshire primary is being dominated by a bombastic New York celebrity and a septuagenarian Vermont socialist.

Trump, Clinton Hold Leads In Final Des Moines Register Iowa Poll

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The final Des Moines Register poll before Caucus Night shows Donald Trump leading the GOP field, and Hillary Clinton with a narrow lead over Bernie Sanders, but much of the final outcome will depend on who shows up for the respective party caucuses.

State Department Withholds 22 Hillary Clinton Emails For Containing “Top Secret” Information

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More email headaches for the Clinton campaign, but it remains unclear if any wrongdoing occurred.

Ed Rendell Accidentally Throws His Hate In The Ring For Hillary

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Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell wanted to send out a tweet about the potential of an independent bid for the Presidency by former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg, but he ended up making one crucial mistake: It took about ten minutes for Rendell, or someone on his staff to notice the error and issue a […]

Hillary Clinton And Bernie Sanders Battle Going Down To The Wire

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With less than a week to go before the Iowa Caucuses, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are fighting a closely-pitched battle that will depend largely on turnout.

Des Moines Register Endorses Clinton, Rubio

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Hillary Clinton and Marco Rubio have won the endorsement of the Des Moines Register, but it’s unclear how much this will help their respective campaigns.

Clinton Email Server Contained Information Classified Above ‘Top Secret,’ Report Contends

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New email headaches for Hillary Clinton, but it’s not clear what impact they will have on the race for President, if they have any impact at all.

Clinton, Sanders Clash In Final Democratic Debate Before Iowa Caucuses

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Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders clashed in the final debate before the Iowa Caucuses in the context of a race that has appeared to become tighter than it was before Christmas.

Democratic Race Tightens In New Iowa And New Hampshire Polling

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The Democratic race in Iowa and New Hampshire is tightening, according to new polling, but this still seems to be Clinton’s race.

Trump Comes In Second, Tied With Pope, In ‘Most Admired Man’ Poll

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Donald Trump is in second place, and tied, with Pope Francis, in a poll asking Americans to name the person they most admired in 2015.

Bill Clinton Set To Play Bigger Role In His Wife’s Campaign In The New Year

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Former President Clinton is set to hit the campaign trail for his wife in the New Year, and that could make things quite entertaining.

Third Democratic Debate Grabs 6.7 Million Viewers, The Lowest Yet For Any 2016 Debate

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To nobody’s surprise, the third Democratic Debate received the lowest ratings yet of any debate so far this election cycle.

Third Democratic Debate Establishes That The Democratic Nomination Fight Is Over

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If you were looking for evidence that the race for the Democratic nomination is basically over, you need look no further than last night’s Democratic Debate.

Debate Schedule And Other Incidents Lead Sanders And O’Malley To Allege DNC Favoritism

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A debate schedule that seems designed to limit the ability of viewers to see candidates, and other incidents, has led Hillary Clinton’s opponents to allege that the D.N.C. is favoring Hillary Clinton.

Using The No-Fly List To Bar Gun Purchases Is Bad Policy, And Likely Unconstitutional

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The Governors of Connecticut and New York are joining President Obama and Hillary Clinton in favor of a really bad idea.

Former Benghazi Committee Staffer Sues Committee, And Rep. Trey Gowdy

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A former staffer for the House Select Committee investigation the attack in Benghazi is suing the Committee for improper employment practices, and Chairman Trey Gowdy for defamation.

Hillary Clinton’s Ideas On How To Fight ISIS Are As Incoherent And Flawed As Everyone Else’s

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Hillary Clinton’s recently announced policies toward the ISIS fight are as incoherent and misguided as President Obama’s and those of her Republican opponents.

The Race For the Democratic Nomination Is Basically Over

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Barring some event that would essentially be historically unprecedented, Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic nominee for President in 2016.

What, Exactly, Does Uttering The Words “Radical Islamic Terrorism” Accomplish?

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Republicans insist that uttering the words “Radical Islamic Terrorism” is somehow important in the fight against ISIS and other terror networks, but it is entirely unclear what doing so would accomplish.

Even After Paris, A Syrian No-Fly Zone Is A Foolish Idea

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In the wake of the attacks in Paris, there’s a strong impulse to do “something,” but that doesn’t mean we should do something utterly foolish. And a no-fly zone would be utterly foolish.

Hillary Clinton: I’m Close To Wall Street Because Of The 9/11 Attacks

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Hillary Clinton’s attempt to explain her relationship with Wall Street and banking interests makes it sound like she’s channeling Rudy Giuliani.

Democrats Debate In The Shadow Of The Paris Attacks, And Iowa Football

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A Saturday night debate wasn’t likely to get much attention to begin with. A Saturday night debate in the wake of a major terrorist attack, and a major football game for Iowa’s premier college football team, likely got even less attention. That’s probably good news for Hillary Clinton, and bad news for her two remaining rivals.

With New Poll, It Looks Like Smooth Sailing Ahead For Hillary Clinton

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A new poll provides further evidence that Hillary Clinton’s path to the Democratic nomination looks to be clear.

Majority of Americans Oppose Ground Troops In Syria And Iraq

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In the wake of President Obama’s to send Special Forces to Syria, a new poll finds the public doesn’t like the idea very much.

Obama Administration’s Immigration Executive Action Suffers Another Court Defeat

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President Obama’s executive action on immigration suffered another setback in court late yesterday.

No, Ben Carson Is Not Being Subjected To ‘Unfair’ Scrutiny

Republican Presidential Candidate Dr. Ben Carson at National Press Club

Ben Carson and his supporters would have you believe that he is being subjected to unprecedented and unfair scrutiny. That assertion is completely false.

Strong October Jobs Report Implicates Fed Policy, Role Of The Economy In 2016 Election

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A much stronger than expected October Jobs Report suggests that the Federal Reserve is likely to move on interest rates, and raises questions about how economic issues will play out politically in 2016.

Democrats Failed To Capture Virginia’s Senate, In Part Because Of The Politics Of Gun Control

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Virginia Democrats tried to capture control of the Virginia State Senate by, in part, emphasizing gun control issues. The fact that they failed is instructive.

Ben Carson’s Sham Campaign Has Him Tied With Hillary Clinton

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The juxtaposition of two headlines at memeorandum is amusing.

The Race For The Democratic Nomination Isn’t Over Yet, But It’s Getting Close To That

Hillary Clinton Holds Campaign Roundtable In Las Vegas

More good news for Hillary Clinton, and a sign that the race for the Democratic nomination, to the extent there really is a race at this point, is close to being over.

On Marco Rubio And The Issue Of Missed Senate Votes

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Marco Rubio is taking heat for missing a lot of Senate votes since he started running for President, but he’s not really any worse than other legislators who have run for President.

Clinton Jumps To Massive Lead In New Iowa Poll

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In one of the first polls taken in the wake of Vice-President Biden’s decision not to run for President and her appearance before the House Select Committee investigating the Benghazi attack, Hillary Clinton has jumped to a massive lead in Iowa: With Vice President Joe Biden officially out of the running and the Benghazi testimony […]

Republicans Underestimating Hillary Clinton?

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Republicans seem to be thinking that Hillary Clinton will be an easier General Election candidate than the evidence suggests she is likely to be.

Lincoln Chafee’s Presidential Campaign Comes Up Thousands Of Kilometers Short

Lincoln Chafee

So close, and yet so very, very, far.

House Benghazi Committee Takes Repeated Swings At Hillary Clinton, Mostly Ends Up Hitting Itself

After an eleven hour day on Capitol Hill, it was Hillary Clinton 1 House Benghazi Committee 0.

Nearly Three-Quarters Of Americans See Benghazi Committee As Primarily Political

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As the House Select Benghazi Committee continues to question Hillary Clinton, a new poll finds that the vast majority of Americans view its work as political rather than part of an objective investigation.

Two New Polls Provide Another Dose Of Political Reality For Gun Control Advocates

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Two new polls show that political efforts to enact more stringent gun control at the national level are not likely to succeed.

The Benghazi Committee Gets Its Moment In The Spotlight, And So Does Hillary Clinton

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What will likely be the apex of the House Select Committee’s investigation of the Benghazi attack begins and ends today with the testimony of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Joe Biden Announces He’s Not Running For President

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To the surprise of nobody who was actually paying attention to political reality, Vice-President Biden announced today that he will not be a candidate for President.

After A Summer Of Doldrums, Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Seems To Be Back On Track

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For much of the summer, the story of the Democratic race for President was the story of Hillary Clinton’s seemingly endless problems. Those days seem long gone if the latest polls are any indication.

Another Republican Congressman Accuses Benghazi Committee Of Being Partisan

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Another Republican Congressman has said that the Select Committee investigating the Benghazi attack is primarily concerned with scoring political points against Hillary Clinton.

Contrary To Bernie Sanders, Americans Do Care About The Clinton Email Story

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Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders may think otherwise, but many Americans do care about Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while Secretary of State.

Clinton Wins, And Ends Any Reason For Joe Biden To Enter The Race

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In addition to doing everything she needed to do last night, Hillary Clinton also destroyed whatever logic remained for a Joe Biden candidacy.

Hillary Clinton Gets Some Good Polling News Ahead Of First Democratic Debate

Hillary Clinton Holds Campaign Roundtable In Las Vegas

With the first Democratic Presidential Debate just hours away, Hillary Clinton got some good polling news from Fox News Channel.

Hillary Clinton’s Risky Bid To Distance Herself From President Obama

U.S. Secretary of State Clinton listens to U.S. President Obama speak during a meeting with members of his cabinet in Washington

Hillary Clinton has started to distance herself from President Obama on some issues. It’s an understandable strategy, but it carries many risks.

Joe Biden’s Behind The Scenes Political Chess

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With time running out for him to make a decision, a new report shows how deeply Vice President Biden has been in stirring up the speculation that is now surrounding him.

Hillary Clinton Apparently Having A Hard Time Deciding Why She’s Running For President

Hillary Clinton Holds Campaign Roundtable In Las Vegas

A woman who has been running for President for at least eight years is apparently having trouble explaining why she wants to be President.

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