Tuesday night’s five electoral contests could spell the end of the road for at least two Republican candidates, while Bernie Sanders is hoping Rust Belt wins will boost him against Hillary Clinton.
Hillary Clinton needs to appear likable and trustworthy, while Bernie Sanders needs to appear presidential. Others need to make the case for why voters should give them a look.
Clinton never moved back to Park Ridge, Ill., but when she talks about the America she wants to build, you can hear hints of what that suburb was like in the 1950s.
The lofty target for the superPAC of not-quite-a-candidate Jeb Bush is one more sign of the cash gusher — and legal gray areas — opened up by recent campaign finance decisions.
Things have changed. That was the message delivered during a ceremony commemorating the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Civil Rights Act on Wednesday.
Ukraine’s interim government on Thursday issued a report that accuses ousted President Viktor Yanukovych of ordering police snipers to fire on protesters during anti-government demonstrations, a day after the former leader denied the charge.
“Yay!” the Colorado 4-year-old says of the president’s re-election. That’s a big change from her pre-election fatigue at hearing so much (sometimes on NPR) about “Bronco Bamma and Mitt Romney.” See her new video.» E-Mail This » Add to Del.icio.us
We’ve reshaped the United States based on where superPACs and other outside groups spent their money to air political ads aimed at influencing the presidential election. The result? One weirdly telling map.» E-Mail This » Add to Del.icio.us