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After the Iran deal, the Israeil leader tries to stress shared values with the Left at the Center for American Progress.
But does their loss in the last trade fight guarantee another failure in the next one?
Warren continues to make the case for reinstating Glass-Steagall provisions separating commercial and investment banking.
Leaders of centrist think tank Third Way say they hope she won’t make the same mistake Mitt Romney did.
Clinton said this week paid family leave is possible by taxing the wealthy but states have done so without soaking the rich.
The culture wars have shifted in favor of gay rights, and LGBT Republicans hope their party will come around.
McCarthy’s verbal misstep continues to dog him into Thursday’s House speakership vote.
Political-prediction website allowed people to monetize their picks for the Republican debate.
The Democratic Socialists of America are using a 501(c)(4) to help out the surging presidential candidate. But they’re also looking to boost themselves.
Varying factions of the protest movement that exploded after Ferguson are taking different approaches to partisan politics.
The Republican frontrunner is using his massive social media following to swipe at Bush. Repeatedly.
The former FEMA head talks about the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, whether he really did a "heckuva job," and why it's "bullshit" to suggest the response was affected by race.
With his poll numbers lagging, Martin O'Malley has decided to take swipes at the leading Republican candidate.
In Iowa, Sanders has rounded up the old Warren draft effort's top staff, and many supporters have jumped over in New Hampshire.
Jesse Ventura is praising Donald Trump's campaign, but they have crossed paths before.
The firefighters' union's PAC gave to Jeb and multiple Democratic candidates who had good relations with firefighters in the past.
Union members throughout the labor movement have been clear that they like the Vermont senator. But until this week, crucial support has been hampered by the belief that Hillary Clinton is better suited to win.
At Thursday's debate, Cruz praised the president of Egypt for criticizing radical Islam, but in the past had used his coup to hit Obama.