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Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., literally rolled her eyes at the idea of running for president, thus immediately sparking the Internet's interest, according to data this week from TrendPo, a D.C.-based political analytics startup.
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House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan and Senate Budget Committee Chairman Patty Murray are trying to finalize a small-scale budget deal in the next few days, though they are dealing with raucous conservative and liberal factions.
Certainly, even many of her most ardent defenders recognize Hillary Clinton had no signal accomplishment at the State Department to her name, no indelible peace sealed with her handshake, no war averted, no nuclear crisis defused.
It's still only December of 2013, but political speculation about the 2016 presidential race has been chugging along for months, with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton considered a lock to run for, and probably win , the Democratic nomination.
In this March 5, 2007, file photo then Democratic presidential hopeful New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton talks with research scientist Laura Higgins while touring the Pioneer Hi-Bred International Facility Research Greenhouses in Johnston, Iowa.AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, File I asked an array of smart foreign policy thinkers in both parties to ... (more)
Filed under Good Intentions and Good Money for Naught: the U.S. television ad campaign last year in Pakistan to persuade locals to stop hating America.
Smack dab in the middle of this jolly holiday season, Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus set political tongues wagging when he told radio bomb-thrower Hugh Hewitt that the party's oppo-research machine is already combing through the metaphorical trash of a certain blond Democratic presidential possible.
Obama and his wife, Michelle, boarded Air Force One under cold, rainy skies Monday morning for the long flight.
President Barack Obama is in the midst of a feud with Rep. Charlie Rangel, who is still fuming that Obama reportedly described him as a "hack" in a best-selling book about the 2012 election.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is considered the frontrunner to become the Democrat Party nominee for President in 2016, but she fears that answering tough questions in regards to her controversial past could spoil her White House ambitions.
When CNN recently canceled a Hillary Clinton documentary, Charles Ferguson, the film's director, lashed out at the former secretary of state's aides.
Hillary Clinton may be the overwhelming front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016, but she's going to have to deal with some knotty problems sooner or later.
THE "L WORD" - as in "lame," followed by "duck" - is already creeping into the conversation on President Obama's second-term woes.
Hillary and Bill Clinton are aggressively wooing the support of black leaders, including elected officials and heads of civil rights organizations, for her presumed 2016 presidential campaign.
Under John Kerry, United States foreign policy has adopted a new look. Negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program, a measured approach to Syria and an even-handed approach towards Russia.
How do you put a nation on the world map? For centuries, statehood was achieved by spilling blood on the battlefield or by wheeling and dealing among diplomats in smoke-filled rooms.