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The former Arkansas governor, who announced his second bid for the White House on Tuesday, faces big challenges reaching beyond evangelicals in a broad Republican field.
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Whether the war on poverty is a success depends on which official measurement a politician cites.
The former mayor of Baltimore appeared at a forum hosted by a software maker.
In Nevada, the Democratic candidate stressed that no Republican seeking the presidency has any such plan.
A survey said the political environment, senior leadership and the work culture drive workers away.
Philip Rucker, Rosalind S. Helderman and Tom Hamburger
A conference in Morocco highlights questions surrounding their foundation as Hillary Clinton runs for president.
Distributed at a Prince George’s event, the flier attacks includes “anti-Semitic hate speech,” Edwards says.
How one comma shows how a certain phrase isn’t really a thing.
Senate Republicans approved a deep-cutting budget but Democrats vowed to protect domestic spending.
Senior executives point to a failure at agencies to retain talent by not noticing or respecting achievements.
Sen. Marco Rubio chairs Senate subcommittee on women’s rights, which just happens to be a key issue for Hillary Clinton.
Politically speaking, of course.
From Mitt Romney to ... Britney Spears?
California has a unique program to take firearms away from people who have lost their gun rights. Is it working?
Risk? Sure. But more rewards.
Obama has a slip of the tongue that suggested a change in his foreign policy.
Part eight in a series.
And they are hardly the only party-switchers in the 2016 mix.
A new book by former CIA deputy director is filled with fascinating details on the fight against terror
Domestic abuse allegations and dirty deeds in the GOP gubernatorial primary.
During a speech in which he announced that he is running for president, Republican Mike Huckabee joked about receiving large campaign contributions.
Aaron C. Davis
The president cites riots in Baltimore and Ferguson in a pitch to prominent African American donors.
He can talk to the middle class. Credibly.
Cecily Strong jokes about President Obama's hair color during the 2015 White House correspondents' dinner.
A candidate can’t ask for a million dollars, even as a joke.
In Hope, Ark., former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee (R) officially announced on May 5, 2015, that he is running for president.
The Russian embassy has added an element of security to its U.S. compound.
His 2008 rise was a preview of 2012.
On guns, immigration and more.
These are the worst ratings on race relations in over two decades.
Young black women would do well in 2016 (in theory).
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) delivered a speech on the "Unfinished Business of Financial Reform" at the Levy Economics Institute of Bard College's 24th Annual Hyman P. Minsky Conference, on April 15, 2015.
Why fight the District of Columbia? To get reelected.
Letterman has two weeks left. Obama: less than two years.
Support for charges is high among black and white.
The Massachusetts Democrat earns Four Pinocchios for mischaracterizing a report with fishy numbers.
On Obama’s eighth and final “Late Night” appearance, he jokes about coming retirement for both men.
“This will remain a mission for me . . . for the rest of my life,” the president said.
Pamela Geller, an outspoken critic of Islam, says she was exercising free speech.
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