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If all politics are local, what would the congressman’s home-town politics imply if he ran for House speaker?

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Your morning defense and foreign policy news round-up.

"I don't think you're a friend to women," Lauren Batchelder told Trump on Monday.

The senator from Vermont could be pressed on several fronts on Tuesday.


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Fox News’s new poll is precisely what Hillary Clinton wants to see today

Increasingly, it looks like the bleeding has stopped.

More Americans support Bernie Sanders than Donald Trump

How much support does each candidate actually have?

Who is Juan Carlos Lopez? Meet the CNN debate moderator.

The basic 411 on one of the three people who will pose questions at tonight's Democratic debate.

Your morning tech policy news round-up.

Your daily roundup of budget and tax news.

Republican activists think Ted Cruz is more electable than Jeb Bush.

"I think it's not going to be very well rated, because Trump isn't in the debate."

A place remains open for Biden.

The Draft Joe Biden super PAC launched its second ad asking Joe Biden to run for president.

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The trial begins nearly four years after an alleged scheme to bribe an Iowa state senator into switching his presidential campaign endorsement.

The judge described an unsavory scheme to manipulate the federal hiring process, but it did not involve the official charged in the case

Our monthly round-up of the most widely read fact checks is topped by a controversial one on Carly Fiorina.

The Senate minority leader spoke at a pre-debate event held in Las Vegas.

King said Germany is taking Syrian refugees because it is 'guided by guilt'

The bipartisan convention ran the gamut from Donald Trump to Bernie Sanders.

"How about having the military focusing on hunting down and killing the bad guys?" asked Cruz

Bush's decision to give the speech highlights the sharp resistance to the law that remains in the GOP, even after the Supreme Court upheld it and efforts in Congress to shred it have fallen flat.

Veteran political strategists, Snowden impersonators, and campaign cosplay.

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