Romney out: a boost for Bush and who else?

The race is once again wide open for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016.

Romney won’t run in 2016

Romney won’t run in 2016

Mitt Romney told supporters Friday that he would not run for president in 2016, ending three weeks of public speculation and sparing the Republican Party a potentially bruising nominating battle for establishment donors and supporters.

How he’s going to get what
he wants in the 2016 race

How he’s going to get what <br>he wants in the 2016 race

THE FIX | Now, with Romney out, the dynamic of the race will be fundamentally altered. 

What if Hillary DOESN’T run?

What if Hillary DOESN’T run?

DOOM -- for Democrats.

Is Rep. Mark Meadows open to federal workers?

Is Rep. Mark Meadows open to federal workers?

The new conservative Republican chair of House Oversight wants to meet with employees in a different agency each month.

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Bernie Sanders is right to be outraged

Bernie Sanders is right to be outraged

But you can’t have a populist revolution without people.

Report criticizes DEA’s poor monitoring for racial bias in ‘cold consent’ stops

Report criticizes DEA’s poor monitoring for racial bias in ‘cold consent’ stops

The Justice Department is examining state and local police for possible racial profiling, but an inspector general’s report turned the same spotlight on one of DOJ’s own Drug Enforcement Administration.

Obama administration earns 4 Pinocchios for fishy math on 650,000 new jobs

Obama administration earns 4 Pinocchios for fishy math on 650,000 new jobs

The Obama administration claims an Asian trade deal will create that many jobs.

John Kerry fined $50 for not shoveling his sidewalk in Boston

John Kerry fined $50 for not shoveling his sidewalk in Boston

The ticket was issued Thursday, and yellow tape was put up warning of snow and ice falling from the home.

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Conservative chairman open to federal worker views

Conservative chairman open to federal worker views

Rep. Meadows takes over panel with willingness to consider other perspectives.

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Boehner’s invitation to Netanyahu backfires on them both

Boehner’s invitation to Netanyahu backfires on them both

By going around Obama, Israel’s leader and the House speaker made a colossal mistake.

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The rise of anti-Semitism today is a return to the norm

The rise of anti-Semitism today is a return to the norm

But the threat to the Jewish future is in the Muslim Middle East, not Europe.

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An invasion of artificial outrage in America

An invasion of artificial outrage in America

In the politics of extreme rhetoric, logical reasoning takes a back seat.

Lindsey Graham jumps into 2016 race for president

Lindsey Graham jumps into 2016 race for president

The Republican senator from South Carolina announces the formation of an exploratory committee.

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Lawmakers: How about a vacation in Cuba?

Lawmakers: How about a vacation in Cuba?

A bipartisan group of legislators introduces a bill that would lift the long-standing travel restrictions.

New signals of a possible Rubio presidential bid

New signals of a possible Rubio presidential bid

The Republican senator from Florida made a fundraising stop in California, missing debate on a Keystone bill.

It could be a very long time before Democrats are in the House majority again

It could be a very long time before Democrats are in the House majority again

Circle 2022 on your calendar. If you have that sort of calendar.

Lynch: Not Eric Holder and definitely not John Mitchell, either

Lynch: Not Eric Holder and definitely not John Mitchell, either

No matter what the scandal, Watergate will always be with us -- even at Loretta Lynch’s confirmation hearing.

Romney’s people insist he’s not ‘rebranding.’ Sorry, but he most definitely is.

Romney’s people insist he’s not ‘rebranding.’ Sorry, but he most definitely is.

It’s the very definition of “rebranding.“

Jeb Bush’s wrong claims on oil imports

Jeb Bush’s wrong claims on oil imports

The former Florida governor gets his facts wrong about which nations export oil to the United States

The impact of Charlie Hebdo: Americans now back Muhammad cartoons

The impact of Charlie Hebdo: Americans now back Muhammad cartoons

Nine years ago, Americans said the cartoons were “irresponsible.“

Grassley and Leahy challenge Big Brother, question surveillance programs

Grassley and Leahy challenge Big Brother, question surveillance programs

In a series of bipartisan letters, the senators have raised concerns about the Justice Department’s use of new surveillance technologies to monitor the American public.

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Loretta Lynch insists she’s not Eric Holder

Loretta Lynch insists she’s not Eric Holder

The nominee for attorney general appears to satisfy at least some GOP senators about her true identity.

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Loyal to the Patriots

Loyal to the Patriots

New England is my team. No apologies.

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Bud Selig’s winning legacy

Bud Selig’s winning legacy

After 22 years, the baseball commissioner hangs up his hat.

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Germany needs to learn from its fiscal history

Germany needs to learn from its fiscal history

In its dealings with Greece, Berlin shows it has forgotten the fiscal lessons of its postwar past.

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The GOP case against Loretta Lynch falls apart

The GOP case against Loretta Lynch falls apart

Those who thought they could take out their frustrations with Obama on the AG nominee had misjudged her.