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GOP 2016 Hopefuls Line Up To Endorse Letter to Iran

March 11, 2015 The GOP's 2016 contenders aren't just rallying behind a controversial letter Senate Republicans sent to Tehran. Many are eager to affix their signatures. Most potential Republican presidential candidates have now expressed support for the letter signed by 47 GOP senators, warning Iran that the next president could easily undo any ...

Joe Biden Says 'There's a Chance' He Might Run for President

January 21, 2015 Joe Biden isn't closing the door on 2016. On Good Morning America on Wednesday, George Stephanopoulos asked the vice president if there's a chance he will challenge Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination. "Yes, there's a chance," Biden responded. "But I haven't made up my mind." And in an interview ...

GOP Governors Eyeing the White House Have Plenty to Lose at Home

December 19, 2014 Wielded well, the power of a governor can serve as a massive advantage in the prelude to a presidential run. It's a chance to cement a set of legislative achievements to tout on the campaign trail, and it provides a high-profile platform for espousing one's vision of how a government ...

Democrats on the Trail Want Shinseki Fired

May 23, 2014 The Veterans Affairs scandal isn't bad just for President Obama. Witness the growing chorus of Democratic congressional candidates desperate to get some distance from the administration. This week, would-be Democratic officeholders from moderate- and conservative-leaning districts started to call on Obama to fire VA Secretary Eric Shinseki after accusations that ...

Majority of Millennials Prefer Big Government

March 7, 2014 Young Americans are becoming more likely to identify as political independents and have largely soured on President Obama, but don't expect them to abandon the Democratic Party anytime soon. According to a new study from the Pew Research Center, the millennial generation — comprised of those born after 1980 — ...