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Gay couple from video invite Clinton to their wedding

Jared Milrad and Nate Johnson, a gay couple featured in Hillary Clinton’s video Sunday, did not know they would be part of the much-viewed annoucment of her second presidential campaign. Click to Continue »

Clinton formally launches her campaign for president

Hillary Clinton officially launched her long-awaited campaign for the White House Sunday, attempting for a second time to become the first female president in the nation’s history and the first… Click to Continue »

Rand Paul launches first attack ad against Hillary Clinton

Rand Paul is launching a heavy-handed attack ad against Hillary Clinton on Monday, the day after she formally announces her run for president. Click to Continue »

Obama: Clinton would make an ‘excellent president’

A day before Hillary Clinton is expected to announce her second run for the White House, President Barack Obama said she would make an “excellent president.” Click to Continue »

Obama travels to NC Wednesday

The White House announced Saturday that President Barack Obama will return to North Carolina next week. Specific details are to come, but White House officials said Obama will travel to… Click to Continue »

Congressman calls for investigation of missing mail

U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger has called for a federal investigation into reports of missing or mishandled mail in the Myers Park neighborhood. U.S. Postal Service officials in Charlotte reported to… Click to Continue »

What about Joe?

Draft Biden 2016, a SuperPAC organized to draft vice president Joe Biden into the 2016 presidential race, has launched a new website and an online store where supporters can purchase… Click to Continue »

Internal watchdog to examine program employing Clinton aide

Two days before her planned announcement that she’s entering the presidential race, Hillary Clinton has yet another inquiry to fret about. Click to Continue »

With Tax Day approaching, Obama and Biden release returns

In advance of April 15, President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden today released their 2014 federal income tax returns. Click to Continue »

Clinton to announce run for president Sunday

Hillary Clinton will formally enter the 2016 presidential race on Sunday, several media outlets reported Friday morning. Click to Continue »

Poll: Rand Paul pulls ahead of Clinton

Hillary Clinton is now behind or tied with most major Republican hopefuls in three critical swing states, according to a Quinnipiac University poll out Thursday. Click to Continue »

Cruz SuperPacs score $31 million haul

As a presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz is proving to be a powerhouse for fundraisers with SuperPacs supporting him saying they will have raised $31 million by Friday. Click to Continue »

Chafee considers run for Democratic nomination for president

Will another Democrat consider a run against for Secretary of State Hillary Clinton? Click to Continue »

Conservative group files lawsuit, questions if donations swayed Clinton’s actions

The conservative group Citizens United filed a lawsuit Thursday morning demanding that the State Department turn over correspondence it hopes will help determine whether Hillary Clinton’s decisions as the nation’s… Click to Continue...

Obama backs ban on ‘conversion therapy’

The White House is adding its support to efforts to ban conversion therapy -- the practice by mental health providers that aims to change an individual’s sexual orientation. Click to Continue »

Obama nearly twice as popular in Cuba, as in U.S.

President Barack Obama -- who has pledged to restore long-frayed ties with Cuba -- is far more popular on the island nation as he is at home, a new poll… Click to Continue »

Obama calls key senator on Iran

President Barack Obama stepped up his effort to get Congress to ease off a vote on the administration’s tentative nuclear agreement with Iran, speaking Wednesday with the influential chair of… Click to Continue »

N. Charleston shooting “devastating,” “troubling,” Obama adviser, S.C. lawmakers say

President Barack Obama’s senior adviser and several of South Carolina’s congressional lawmakers Wednesday denounced the shooting death of an unarmed African-American man by a white North Charleston, S.C., police officer… Click to Continue »

Poll says majority of Americans back Obama Cuba changes

With President Barack Obama likely to interact with Cuban President Raul Castro this week at a summit in Panama, a new poll suggests that a majority of Americans support his… Click to Continue »

President Obama’s favorite Republican? ‘I love them all’

President Barack Obama won’t pick any favorites when it comes to Republicans. Click to Continue »

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