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2016 Presidential Campaign
Can Billionaires Buy Elections?
The Koch brothers think they can.
For Republicans, It’s Governors Vs. Senators
Cruz, Paul, Christie and the gang show their wares. Here's what we learned.
As GOP Hopefuls Crisscross the Country, Battle-Lines Begin to Form
Current and former Republican governors, senators and congresspeople will ziz-zag across the nation this weekend to lay the groundwork for future presidential campaigns.
Why Joni Ernst’s a Smart Pick for GOP Response to State of the Union
Ahead of the 2016 presidential race, the pig-castrating congresswoman from Iowa makes sense.
Watch Out Jeb! Santorum Comes Out Swinging
The runner-up to Romney lays claim to the 2016 GOP candidacy.
Ted Cruz on Bush, Romney and ‘Mushy’ Moderates
Cruz’s remarks are the opening salvo in the scramble for the Republican nod in 2016.
Paul Ryan Won’t Run for President in 2016: Report
The nine-term congressman will remain in the House to helm the Ways and Means Committee, Ryan said Monday.
Mitt Romney Is Considering a Third Presidential Run: Report
A Romney campaign would mark a threepeat for the former Massachusetts governor.
Video: RNC Releases Anti-Hillary Clinton ‘Infomercial’
“From charging cash-strapped universities to riding on chartered jets and demanding crudités…‘poor’ Hillary is just out of touch,” the RNC claims.
Why Jeb Bush No Longer Inspires Conservatives
His takes on Common Core and immigration are more important than electability.
Jeb Bush to ‘Actively Explore’ Presidential Run
Bush announced Tuesday he will establish a Leadership PAC to test the waters.
'Running for the Presidency’s Not an IQ Test,' Says 2016 Hopeful Rick Perry
The Texas governor said that life experiences weigh more heavily than IQ for a presidential candidate.
Obama Calls for Cooperation with GOP Congress
The president denies the election is a mandate to change his agenda.
Is the GOP’s Win in 2014 a Loss for 2016?
The Republican civil war is only just beginning.
Clinton Favored More Intervention in Syria
The likely Democratic presidential candidate shows off her hawkish side.
Imagining the Race Without Hillary
If the favorite dropped out, the Democratic race would suddenly be wide open. But who would be left?