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Hillary Rodham Clinton joked on Friday night about the controversy surrounding her email account at the Annual Wing Ding Dinner in Clear Lake, Iowa.
Jennifer M. Granholm, the former Michigan governor, will leave the big-money "super PAC" supporting Hillary Rodham Clinton's candidacy and take a role with another outside group backing Mrs. Clinton.
Hillary Rodham Clinton unveiled the next prong of her plan to raise taxes on the wealthy and use the increased revenue to help undergraduates pay for college and ease the $1.2 trillion in debt they collectively face.
The Iowa State Fair is the center of the political world this week, and lines are drawn in a presidential library speech.
Steve Schale, a political operative who helped direct President Obama's two general election victories in Florida, wrote in an email: "I'm #ReadyfForJoe." He'd like to see Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. run.
Senator Marco Rubio of Florida said on Friday that President Obama has rewarded the oppressive Castro regime by restoring diplomatic relations with the country.
Some of the commander in chief's favorite tunes, "daytime" and "evening": Bob Dylan's "Tombstone Blues," Stevie Wonder's "Another Star," the Isley Brothers' "Live it Up" and "Rock Steady" by Aretha Franklin.
The chairwoman of the Iowa Democratic Party appeared to acknowledge this week that complaints about the party's compressed presidential debate calendar from lower-polling candidates are understandable.
Can presidential candidates fit in with the locals at the ultimate down-home event, the Iowa State Fair, in the state with the first nominating contest? Knowing what to eat is part of the challenge.
Carly Fiorina appeared to be sticking to the party line, explaining that vaccines for children should be a matter of their parents' personal and religious freedom.
“I’m not ruling anything in or out,” said former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida, a Republican running for president, when asked by reporters if he would prohibit the technique in terrorism interrogations.
Most of the presidential campaigns are in Iowa, where the State Fair offers soapboxes to speak from, and where the Democrats will gather to chow down as they press the flesh.
In 2013, Marco Rubio co-sponsored legislation that would have banned abortions more than 20 weeks into a pregnancy. The bill, which ultimately failed, did grant exceptions in cases of rape or incest.
Mike Huckabee mixed the serious with the jovial at the Iowa State Fair on Thursday, promising economic growth of 6 percent if elected president, but beginning a speech with a culinary tip.
Donald J. Trump has released an ad on Instagram that shows images of President Obama playing golf and the Clintons dancing against "Jihadi John" and a burning Humvee, all with the caption: "Not under my watch."
“The Celebrity Apprentice” will return to NBC’s lineup at some point in the 2016-17 television season, but Donald J. Trump will not.
A top donor to Hillary Rodham Clinton who came out against the nuclear agreement between Iran and six world powers says his comments about the deal were taken “out of context.”
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu did not directly advise visiting Republican members of Congress how to vote on the Iran nuclear deal, the leader of the delegation told reporters on Thursday.
Ben Carson, who is climbing in the Iowa polls after his performance at the Republican debate, traveled to Harlem for a meal and a meeting with business and community leaders, followed by a walk in the neighborhood.
Former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida, campaigning in Las Vegas on Wednesday night, was interrupted early on by a white young man who yelled out “Black Lives Matter” only minutes into an event.