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First Draft: ‘Super PAC’ Supporting Ted Cruz to Post Internet Ads

The group, Keep the Promise I, started its campaign this week with two Internet ads, part of what officials described as a seven-figure media expenditure.

12:30 AM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Can Joe Biden beat Hillary Clinton?

August 3 CNN POLITICS

Chester the Cheetah makes tawdry Montana mayoral run

Campaign features cheesy photos, allegations of corruption and power peddling. Or not.         

August 3 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Democrats Unveil a Plan to Fight Gerrymandering

The Democratic Governors Association is creating a fund dedicated to winning races in states where governors have some control over congressional ...

August 3 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Scott Walker unveils his Donald Trump debate plan

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said Monday his key to victory at Thursday's Republican debate means not engaging with Republican frontrunner Donald Trump, or any ...

August 3 CNN POLITICS

5 Questions About Obama’s Climate Change Plan

President Obama on Monday unveiled the final version of his Clean Power Plan, which, if implemented, would represent the strongest action ever taken by the ...

August 3 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Five things we learned from Monday's GOP forum in N.H.

Monday's forum underscored how hard it is to stand out in such a crowded field.         

August 3 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Poll: Gay marriage issue likely won't sway Ky. voters

Majority of voters oppose Supreme Court ruling, but views won't affect gubernatorial pick.         

August 3 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

'Oops': Rand Paul accidentally mixes up defunding efforts

Sen. Rand Paul was supposed to be on stage at Monday night's Voters First Forum in New Hampshire. But the vote on his bill to defund Planned Parenthood made it ...

August 3 CNN POLITICS

Confrontation Is Avoided in Forum for Republican Presidential Candidates

A forum broadcast on C-Span was a lightning round of questions with hurried responses and awkward interruptions, cramming 14 speakers into two hours of ...

August 3 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS