For $300,000 UCLA speech, Clinton reps made stage and green-room demands, private e-mails show.
She could stand out in the crowded GOP field, but a failed 2010 Senate bid and debts from it raise doubts.
Two years before the 2016 election, Republicans zero in on the Democrat they see as presumptive nominee.
For the former secretary of state, there is no upside to taking a stance.
The chief strategist who guided President Obama into the White House, offered a blunt assessment Clinton’s likely 2016 presidential campaign.
Sheldon Adelson and Haim Saban, who will fund much of the next presidential campaign, share a stage.
With no front-runner in the party, more than a dozen senators and governors are rushing to attract supporters.
From the outset, Republicans had a simple plan: Don’t make mistakes, and make it all about Obama.
The tacit head of the party’s establishment and a tea party firebrand are both jetting to the Last Frontier to boost Sullivan in the home stretch.
On the trail of Branstad’s white whale.