Election 2016 Gets Underway With Iowa's Kick Off CaucusesAfter a long year of campaigning, Republican and Democratic presidential candidates face voters for the first time, battling in Iowa Monday for a boost toward the White House — or in many cases, simply a reason to stay in the race.
In Final Push, Clinton Channels Sanders' OutrageSeeking victory in Iowa, Hillary Clinton has begun channeling the economic indignation of her rival Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, whose unapologetically liberal campaign has tightened the race ahead of Monday's caucuses and given him a lead in the New Hampshire contest that follows.
Good Question: Can Presidential Candidates Do 2 Jobs At Once?For weeks, there’s been at least one attack ad from the PAC supporting Jeb Bush against Marco Rubio for missing votes in the U.S. Senate while campaigning for President. So, can candidates do two jobs at once? Good Question.
Clinton, Sanders Try To Woo Undecided Voters Ahead Of Iowa CaucusWooing undecided Iowa voters, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders on Monday night each cast themselves as life-long champions for tackling economic inequality, but offered differing visions for addressing the nation's problems.
Obama Takes Credit For Auto Industry Comeback During Visit To DetroitIf not for his bailout, "GM and Chrysler would not exists today," the president said.
4 Things To Know For Jan. 17, 2016Here's a look at the four things you need to know for Sunday, Jan. 17, 2016.
Clinton Vs. Sanders: A Look At The Last Debate Before IowaThe Republicans running for president have filled their debates with plenty of drama and biting one-liners. It could be time for Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders to do the same.
Challenged Anew In Iowa, Clinton Reaches Back For 2008 PlaybookChallenged anew by Bernie Sanders, Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton is reverting to some of the same themes — even strikingly similar attack lines — from her 2008 primary loss to Barack Obama.
Minnesota Politicians Respond To Obama's Final SOTUPresident Barack Obama's final State of the Union address struck an optimistic tone, combining an ambitious agenda with hope for the future. But he was less positive about the current state of things in Washington. A number of Minnesota politicians also offered their take on Obama's address.
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Rep. Ellison Asks Lawmakers To Invite Muslims To SOTUOne day ahead of President Obama's final State of the Union address, Democratic Congressman Keith Ellison is asking members of Congress to bring a Muslim as their guest.
Ellison Calls For Lawmakers To Bring Muslim-Americans To SOTURep. Keith Ellison has laid down a challenge to colleagues -- including U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan, of Wisconsin -- to bring a Muslim American as his guest to President Obama's State of the Union address, according to reports from Washington.