Call it Hillary Clinton’s Wall Street dilemma.
The policy proposals lend Clinton ammunition—or at least armor—for the Democrats' first nationally televised presidential debate on Tuesday.
In DC's bombshell news, the billionaire presidential candidate finds signs of hope — for himself.
The House majority leader made the move on the day his party was seemingly poised to nominate him to replace John Boehner.
Despite never having held office, or perhaps because of it, the retired neurosurgeon has managed to impress GOP voters.
Vice President Joe Biden blamed Republicans for a failure to fund U.S. infrastructure needs on Thursday, blaming the incalcitrance of party's congressional leaders for hampering economic growth and middle-class opportunities at a forum where the potential presidential candidate appeared with one of the heroes of the Democratic left.
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Her drop in the polls is precipitous, but it may not be fatal.
Her Washington credentials that have won her fans inside the Beltway, even as she seeks the nomination with a strategy that makes the GOP establishment a frequent punching bag.
Despite tough gun laws, the city is plagued by shootings and illegal firearms.