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Obama Hits Walker Over Union ‘Assault’

President Obama took a direct swipe at Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin, a Republican and likely presidential candidate in 2016, for signing a right-to-work bill that will limit the power of private-sector unions.

Obama’s Selma Speech Considered ‘Among His Very Best’

President Obama’s speech in Selma, Ala., on Saturday has proven to be one of the rare occasions where he won praise from allies and adversaries alike.

Clinton Puts Spotlight Elsewhere at Foundation Event

Hillary Rodham Clinton spent a chunk of Monday focused on a thick data report for the "No Ceilings" project run through her foundation, an effort that was roughly a year in the making.

Bush Thanks Donors as Money Pours In

Jeb Bush, in a wide-ranging conference call, thanked donors to his nascent presidential bid for reportedly bringing in a million dollars a day.

Clinton Considering News Conference to Address Email Questions

Sources close to Hillary Rodham Clinton say she is preparing to address the controversy over her private email use in the coming days, and one option is a news conference.

Clinton Avoids Questions at ‘No Ceilings’ Event

Hillary Rodham Clinton avoided questions about her use of private email at the State Department as she left an event for the release of a Clinton Foundation report, "No Ceilings," on the status of women and girls across the globe.

Verbatim: Biden Offers Some Advice

Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. offered some advice to potential presidential candidates at the International Association of Fire Fighters convention in Washington.

Obama Did Email Clinton, but Was Unaware of Details of Her Address

President Obama did trade emails with Hillary Rodham Clinton while she was secretary of state, the White House said on Monday, but he did not understand that her messages were not being made available to the government in some form.

First Draft Focus: League of Cities

President Obama delivered remarks at the National League of Cities annual Congressional City Conference in Washington on Monday. "There's a lot of work we've done together, and a lot more we can do," Mr. Obama said.

Klobuchar Hints Clinton Will Say More on Emails

Democrats are eagerly waiting for Hillary Rodham Clinton to break her silence over her private email account, but they may not need to wait much longer.

Kevin Spacey to Narrate 2016 Election Series for CNN

Kevin Spacey, the actor who plays President Frank Underwood on the Netflix series "House of Cards," will turn his attention over the next two years to the real-life presidential campaign, narrating a six-part mini-documentary series for CNN.

Today in Politics: ‘Common Core’ to Hit Iowa Airwaves

An group backing an education overhaul is poised to begin airing television commercials in Iowa promoting Common Core to potential Republican caucusgoers.

Clinton Impersonation Steals ‘Saturday Night Live’ Spotlight

Hillary Rodham Clinton has become a master at deflecting questions about her presidential aspirations, but on Saturday she got an early dose of the comedic treatment she can expect if she runs.

Feinstein Calls for Clinton to Explain Emails

Senator Dianne Feinstein, the veteran California Democrat, said on Sunday that Hillary Clinton must "step up" and explain why she used only a private email address as secretary of state, comments likely to ratchet up pressure on Mrs. Clinton to address the matter publicly.

Bill Clinton Defends Foreign Donations to Family Foundation

The former president said that the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation has received money from around the globe, even from countries whose policies he disagrees with, but said donations supported the foundation's work.

Turned Away From Iowa Ag Summit

A group of Democrats in Iowa are saying they were being denied entrance to the Iowa Ag Summit without any explanation.

First Draft Focus: The Week in Political Pictures

Netanyahu in Congress, health insurance subsidies, a “sled-in” and more.

Jeb Bush Stakes Out Contrary Position on Energy Subsidies in Iowa

Jeb Bush said he wanted to phase out federal benefits for renewable fuels and wind energy, a pair of benefits that are widely supported by Iowa’s political and industry leaders.

Martin O’Malley Steers Clear of Hillary Clinton Email Issue

Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley demurred on Friday when asked about the controversy over Hillary Rodham Clinton's email use at the State Department.

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