Presidential hopefuls are gathered in New Hampshire to impress New Hampshire primary voters. The results are in for day 1.
Wasserman Schultz says she’s talking to potential Clinton challengers.
The Clinton campaign laid out criteria for all new trade measures, but didn’t rule on whether the newest bill from Congress meets them.
Why don't Democrats want to make it easier for Obama to get his trade deals approved?
The former New York governor has taken to ribbing Clinton on every problem that enters the news cycle.
Peter King and John Bolton have nightmare scenarios.
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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.