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Dan Schnur: The California Democratic convention was a fiercely pro-Obama gathering. But the delegates’ loyalty to the president was no match for the isolationist tendencies that have deepened within the Democratic Party.
Hillary Clinton defended the work of her family’s charitable foundation and said she can still highlight issues of income inequality despite her personal wealth in a rare, impromptu news conference.
Hillary Clinton's email archive has become a major issue in her presidential campaign, with dozens of lawsuits seeking access to the thousands of pages of emails she sent while secretary of state. Here are five things to know about the email trove:
Robert Litan: The Great Recession and its aftermath have exposed a major mismatch between the skills of many college graduates and the skills employers are seeking. University presidents and trustees cannot afford to be complacent.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Monday rejected a proposed pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants as "extreme," and sought to draw a contrast between himself and Democratic front runner Hillary Clinton.
Bobby Jindal has yet to announce his bid for the Republican presidential nomination, but a group affiliated with the Louisiana governor is already going up on the air with an ad in Iowa.
The early 2016 presidential debate already is full of conversation about when and how to use American power abroad. An equally important but often overlooked question is this: Why use American power?
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal speaks at the First in the Nation Republican Leadership Summit April 18, 2015 in Nashua, N.H. Getty Images Bobby Jindal has yet to announce his bid for the Republican presidential nomination, but a group affiliated with the Louisiana governor is already going up on the air with an ad in Iowa. [...]
The capture of the Iraqi city of Ramadi by Islamic State will have implications for U.S. foreign policy now and into the 2016 election cycle. Washington Bureau Chief Jerry Seib explains.
Some of President Barack Obama's most loyal donors are still writing checks — this time to fund his presidential library, tax records released on Monday show.
Michael Kugelman: One big unknown of the Axact scandal is the potential impact on Pakistan's information technology sector. Although Pakistan is a relatively small player in global IT, its ranks are growing.
A Sunni sheikh from Iraq’s besieged Anbar province is meeting with U.S. lawmakers and administration officials this week to ask the U.S. government to arm and train Sunni tribes to repel militant advances.
A top political adviser to Jeb Bush is meeting privately with chiefs of staff to members of Congress Tuesday as the former Florida governor prepares to compete with several U.S. senators for the Republican presidential nomination.
Peter D. Hart: Public opinion about income inequality differs from the negative feelings about Wall Street and big business.
The President of the United States is officially on Twitter. Monday morning, President Barack Obama launched @POTUS on Twitter with a simple greeting saying “Hello, Twitter! It's Barack. Really! Six years in, they're finally giving me my own account.”
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal formed a presidential exploratory committee Monday, the latest step toward the Republican’s likely campaign announcement in June.
The Republican National Committee raised $10.1 million last month as it continues to target Democratic front runner Hillary Clinton, and has expanded its cash reserves to $11.7 million.
on Monday became the latest White House hopeful to jump ahead of his own presidential campaign launch, telling an interviewer "I'm running because I think the world is falling apart."
Gov. Chris Christie is expected to call for America to expand its military capacity and to defend the gathering of intelligence through surveillance during a foreign policy focused speech Monday.
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