Downplaying her global celebrity, the Democrat burnishes her down-home cred.
Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson is warning those in his party not to be overconfident.
The admission comes ahead of the release of the book <em>Clinton Cash</em>, which questions the donations the foundation received from foreign governments.
The Republican also takes a shot at Wall Street “greed.”
He meets with the Des Moines Register before his first post-campaign announcement appearance in Iowa.
The mayor brings his income-inequality message to the Republican's home state.
The president teases Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Ted Cruz, the Koch brothers, and the media who cover him.
President Barack Obama brought a “bucket list” of one-liners to the White House Correspondents' Dinner. In case you missed it, here are the five funniest jokes you need to hear.
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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.