Hillary Rodham Clinton will end months of speculation about her political future and launch her long-awaited 2016 presidential campaign on Sunday, according to people familiar with her plans.
Here’s a look at the four stories you need to know for Tuesday, April 7, 2015.
Democrats with presidential dreams are coming to Iowa with little fanfare, entourage or recognition. They are undeterred by talk of a Hillary Rodham Clinton candidacy in 2016 or her plans to visit the leadoff caucus state next month to honor retiring Sen. Tom Harkin.
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A state Senate ethics committee has opted not to act on a complaint filed against a Republican senator that accused him of taking improper payments from Rep. Michele Bachmann’s presidential campaign.
A former aide to Minnesota Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann has filed an ethics complaint with the Iowa Senate, alleging that during her presidential campaign she made improper payments to a state senator.
President Barack Obama will soon find out if a last-minute tightening of presidential polls in Minnesota means he’ll lose a state that’s reliably backed Democrats for decades.
A tightening Presidential race, a barrage of negative ads in key Congressional races — with the election just more than a week away the stakes continue to grow.
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In the race for President, Mitt Romney is standing by controversial comments he made in a secretly recorded video.
Former President Bill Clinton remains among the most popular politicians in America — more popular even than President Obama. But a recent television ad from the Obama campaign in which he is featured makes questionable claims about what caused the Great Recession.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney says big businesses in the U.S. are “doing fine” in part because they get advantages from offshore tax havens.
The campaign for the White House continues Monday morning. President Barack Obama is headed to Iowa to campaign, as is the Wisconsin man who Republican candidate Mitt Romney chose as his running mate.
There’s just 100 days away from the election and a new poll shows President Obama is the more likeable candidate.
Brian McClung remembers all too well the last time his former boss was in the running for a Vice Presidential position.
President Obama is in a virtual dead heat with projected GOP nominee Mitt Romney.
Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen may have boosted Mitt Romney’s Presidential campaign more than any Republican strategist ever could.
Now that Mitt Romney has seized a decisive and what appears to be an insurmountable lead in the race to win the Republican nomination, new unemployment numbers are casting doubt as to the strength of the recovery.
It might be one of the biggest issues in the upcoming presidential election. Last night, CBS News exit polls found 77 percent of those voting in seven Super Tuesday states say rising gas prices were the most important factor in their vote.
With millions of Americans under water on their mortgages and unemployment still over eight percent, the debate over birth control suddenly had become the hot button issue of the presidential campaign.
Minnesota suddenly matters in the Republican Presidential race.
What would Mitt Romney like to say to the American people? How about this: “Newt Gingrich? Really?”
A half-dozen GOP contenders flocked to Iowa on Saturday in hopes of gaining any edge with this influential group barely 10 weeks before the state’s Jan. 3 caucuses.
Mitt Romney’s early success in the Republican presidential race is challenging the tea party’s clout.
Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty announced he will drop out of the 2012 presidential race.