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Walker Reassures S. Carolinians That Raising Money Won’t Be a Problem

Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin traveled to South Carolina on Thursday for a series of fund-raisers and to recruit potential staff members in the state.

Boehner Says Aaron Schock’s Resignation ‘Stunned’ Him

Speaker John A. Boehner tends to have a good feel for his caucus, but he acknowledged on Thursday that he was surprised by the abrupt resignation of Representative Aaron Schock, the Republican from Illinois who resigned this week amid questions over his adherence to spending rules

Jeb Bush Meets Ludacris

Jeb Bush is in Georgia today, speaking to state lawmakers about education. But before delivering his remarks, Mr. Bush met the rapper Ludacris, who was being honored by the legislature for his work with the Ludacris foundation.

Rubio Ally to Lead ‘Super PAC’ Backing His Candidacy

As Senator Marco Rubio and his advisers ramp up an all-but-certain presidential run, they will have a close ally managing the "super PAC" supporting his candidacy.

Today in Politics: Hillary Clinton Looks to Secure Labor Support

Hillary Rodham Clinton, who is likely to become a declared presidential candidate in the coming days, will spend Monday morning reconnecting with the Democratic base.

After Aide Quits, Walker Faces Some Conservative Criticism

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is being criticized by some conservatives after his digital aide, Liz Mair, resigned over intemperate tweets about the sacred status of the Iowa caucuses in the presidential nominating process.

First Draft Focus: All Aboard

President Obama took off for Cleveland on Wednesday.

Jeb Bush Picks Up a New Supporter for a Run: His Mother

Barbara Bush, often the most outspoken member of the family, put an early damper on the thought of Jeb Bush running for president with a verbal eye roll about the idea, suggesting that maybe some other American clans could produce presidential candidates.

Obama’s Bracket Is Just a Bit More Daring This Year

President Obama made his annual N.C.A.A. bracket projections, and he is going with consensus favorite Kentucky to win it all.

Harry Reid Pauses to Offer a Word of Thanks to Rand Paul

Senator Harry Reid of Nevada, the Democratic leader, took a minute on the Senate floor Wednesday to do something unusual: thank a Republican.

Today in Politics: Washington Responds to Netanyahu’s Victory in Israel

As Washington digested Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's surprisingly strong victory on Tuesday in Israel's elections, the consensus among Republicans and Democrats was that the strategic partnership between the United States and Israel remained intact despite lingering partisan tension over Mr. Netanyahu's address to Congress.

Iowa G.O.P. to Walker: Drop Adviser Who Trashed State

Iowa Republicans demanded the dismissal of an adviser to Gov. Scott Walker, after she attacked the state and its caucus.

Obama Takes St. Patrick’s Day-Themed Swipe at Republicans

The White House fountain was running green and a green tie-wearing President Obama was full of St. Patrick’s Day puns when he blasted Republicans’ newly unveiled budget on Tuesday.

Aaron Schock, Facing Questions on Spending, Is Resigning

Representative Aaron Schock, Republican of Illinois, is resigning his House seat at the end of the month.

Republicans Raise Pressure Over Hillary Clinton’s Emails

Hillary Rodham Clinton might be hoping to turn the page on her email controversy, but Republicans are doing their best to keep the saga in the spotlight.

Jeb Bush’s Pick to Win It All, and It’s Not Kentucky

Regional and partisan differences aside, President Obama, Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin and former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida have at least one thing in common: all are filling out N.C.A.A. tournament brackets this week.

First Draft Focus: The White House Sees Green

The South Lawn fountain was turned green on Tuesday before a meeting between President Obama and Prime Minister Enda Kenny of Ireland.

Today in Politics: As Hillary Clinton Tests the Waters, Who Pays?

Hillary Rodham Clinton has a growing team of campaign staff members-to-be, but how some of them are getting paid has been something of a mystery.

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