“Add your name to my petition to keep America safe and stand up to ISIS.”
“Sometimes people ask me what it’s like being married to Bill…”
“I know it’s gotta be frustrating for all of those who occupy a space outside the building. I would say probably including the vice president,” Senate Foreign Relations Chairman Bob Corker said.
“It’s almost malpractice. Malpractice is the only word I can use to describe the amount of data that’s being collected in the metadata program,” Sen. Bob Corker said.
Oklahoma heavily redacted a letter that was sent to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice — but told the high court that it was actually sent to the Oklahoma Department of Corrections.
Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown accused the president of sexism for calling Sen. Elizabeth Warren “Elizabeth” in the heat of the trade debate.
The Alabama senator voted to move forward with debate on fast-track trade authority, but remains opposed to the deal.
“And you’re drinkiiiiiiiiin’ Diet Pepsiiiiiii!”
“Either a path to citizenship, which I would support and that does put me probably out of the mainstream of most conservatives; Or a path to legalization, a path to residency of some kind…” Bush told Charlie Rose in 2012.
In 1979, Hillary Rodham was already wrestling with many of the same issues — privacy, keeping one’s identity in the public eye, and the strains of her career vs. Bill’s — that she is today.
Even Democrats who support the president’s trade agenda voted to block it on Tuesday.
Internal emails obtained by BuzzFeed News between officials at the National Archives show officials there were caught off-guard by Hillary Clinton’s personal email usage.
Unsurprisingly, Bill and Hillary Clinton agree on this position.
The intraparty war between Democrats over President Obama’s trade deal has been tense on both sides.
In March, Georgia postponed an execution after they discovered the drug had particles floating in it. “It looked more like clumps of cottage cheese floating in the solution.”
Battleground: Ohio. Hillary Clinton’s lawyer, Marc Elias, joined Ohio lawyers in filing Monday’s lawsuit fighting Ohio’s early voting and other rules.
“I said he looks like — he reminds you of one. And if anybody knows what a psychopath is, they would agree.”
Aides in both offices confirm the two senators are coordinating their efforts to stop a straight reauthorization of the Patriot Act.
(“Trackers” follow around political candidates and record what they’re saying.) I would give this a clever headline, but… that’s basically all you need to know.
Xochitl Hinojosa, a senior aide to Tom Perez, is expected to join Clinton’s campaign as director of coalitions press. Hinojosa would be the third Latina to join Clinton in a high-profile campaign position.
The health industry’s leading trade group is going after a new study that says insurers are violating Obamacare’s contraceptive coverage mandate.
Also: It took more than a week for anyone to notice.
Carly Fiorina has been asked 200 questions in the last week, and an adviser says the URL snafu has come up in almost every interview. But what about Hillary?
“I think it would have been better, clearly for her to use the government server for government emails and the personal for personal.”
“I think their comment that they were nearly broke doesn’t ring very well with the rest of us in the middle class,” Paul said.
Messina touts a “progressive” victory.
“If you are making the point he can’t talk about such topics because he wasn’t at these two hearings that is utterly ridiculous,” a Cruz spokeswoman told BuzzFeed News.
The politics of immigration, marriage, and crime have changed a lot since the 1990s.
The curious case of the former Massachusetts governor, who’s a powerful speaker, who’s liberal, who keeps describing Hillary Clinton’s “inevitability” problem — and who left politics for Bain Capital.