Week two of her presidential campaign will look a lot like week one, aides hope.
Campaign chair John Podesta says Clinton will not follow Barack Obama's self-imposed fundraising restrictions.
The Democratic presidential frontrunner said she was open to reexamining the capital gains tax.
His history with the company shows how reality can be more complex than stump-speech anecdotes.
The Republican governor of Ohio files paperwork for a group that can raise and spend unlimited sums.
In part, they’re doing it by sidestepping their own warnings about the perils of ringing up even more national debt.
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Fifty-eight percent say recreational pot will be legal nationwide in the next 20 years.
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The 17 million people who already live in states where voters have legalized marijuana are on the vanguard of something huge.
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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.