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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee earlier this month.

Meet the New Hillary

Can the Democratic frontrunner turn around her struggling campaign—or is it time to panic?

GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina marches in a Labor Day rally in New Hampshire.

Can One of the 'Happy Hour' Candidates Break Through Like Carly Fiorina Did?

The four lower-tier contenders are going to have a whole lot of airtime in which to make their pitches.

GOP presidential candidates Donald Trump (left) and Jeb Bush participate in the first Republican debate in August.

Donald Trump, Hugh Hewitt, and a Tale of Two Debates

The front-runner’s ideal debate is the moderator’s nightmare, and vice versa.

Trump hands out with some like-minded friends in 2006.

Play of the Day: Trump Appeals to Religious Voters

The candidate's poll numbers with evangelicals are increasing.

What's Behind the Recent Political Upheaval?

Ideology, populism, and a hatred of you-know-who.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump Learned a Lot In School

The mogul-turned-candidate went to military school and knows a lot about war from his experience there.

When the House of Representatives Can Sue the President

A federal judge ruled that Congress has standing to sue Obama for his administration’s health care spending. Can the challenge succeed?

Lawmakers Look to Bring More Former Felons to Federal Ranks

Broad, bipartisan coalition wants to "ban the box" at federal agencies.

It’s Still Hard to Find Good Agency Performance Data in One Place

GAO calls for greater transparency on methods for gauging progress.

Legislation Would Give VA Health Care Workers MSPB Appeal Rights If They’re Fired

Lawmakers consider tweaking language to make sure 190,000 employees don’t receive an additional venue for appealing personnel decisions.