No pressure at the White House Correspondents' Association dinner—you just have to one-up the leader of the free world.
The latest freelancer for Bloomberg Politics is a rhymin', sublimin', ready for prime-timin' superstar.
A large cast is making sure the president doesn't bomb.
The ex-president called it quits to avoid a wave of negative publicity, the author says.
He meets with the Des Moines Register before his first post-campaign announcement appearance in Iowa.
A culture war blows up, and he intends to win it.
Not known for a sense of humor, he cracked a few jokes.
In an interview with Mark Halperin, Speaker of the House John Boehner comments on Hillary Clinton’s e-mail scandal.
How a quote about declining maternal mortality rates around the world turned into a story about abortion in the U.S.
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This Is Who Republican Presidential Contenders Follow on Twitter
Presidential candidates like to talk about leadership, but who do they follow? Bloomberg Politics analyzed the Twitter accounts of Republicans eying the White House for clues about their (or their aides') political influences, personal interests, and Internet savvy.