Our nightly wrap-up of news and opinion.
While Republican voters might find the large field of presidential contenders an embarrassment of riches, for the party's leaders and financiers, it looks like a recipe for trouble.
Unified Republican control of Congress hasn't led to getting things done -- and its 2016 hopefuls are fine with that.
It isn't as bad as critics say, but there are still legitimate concerns.
We're in the second media revolution of Clinton's political career. But this one works to her advantage.
A Wall Street Journal editorial lays out the game plan.