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.
According to the Director of National Intelligence, the National Security Agency ended the bulk collection of internet metadata in 2011. Sen. Richard Burr’s office told BuzzFeed News that the senator misspoke.
It’s been almost three months since Obama asked for a new authorization for the use of military force and there’s been little movement on the issue “We’re going to do one thing at a time,” said Sen. Bob Corker.
“I think that — listen, she has the right to do what she did. Just because you have the right to do it doesn’t mean you should do it.”
The bill would allow Congress to vote on blocking the White House from lifting sanctions against Iran. Speaker Boehner has said he will fight for quick passage of the bill in the House.
Expect the Senate floor to look more like a Republican presidential debate stage in the coming weeks, with candidates Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, and Ted Cruz facing off over the size and scope of the government’s domestic surveillance program.
Sen. Marco Rubio headlined a closed-to-the-media fundraiser for the Center for Arizona Policy, the group that helped push the state’s religious freedom bill later vetoed by former Gov. Jan Brewer, on Wednesday.
The Iowa Republican also said that if the Supreme Court decides to “change the definition of marriage,” the country will be thrown into “an endless trauma.”
“If there was a crisis, Steve was not to be found. And so Hillary starts callin’ him the ‘fat phantom.’ And she would be demanding that somebody go in search of the fat phantom.”
According to her school newspaper and yearbook, Hillary Rodham debated Democrats, almost made it onto a quiz show, performed in a Hamlet parody called “Halibut,” took a stand against vandalism, and interviewed herself about her high school accomplishments.
A report from the local press says his crime plan included the death penalty for knowingly transmitting the AIDS virus.
The electric chair is Tennessee’s plan B if the state can’t get ahold of lethal drugs. The inmates argue it’s unconstitutional, but the state argues that they can’t challenge it yet.
Every major Republican is hitting the state up for money and endorsements right now. But, at least for now, donors, operatives, and lawmakers are in a freeze while the state’s senior senator eyes running for president.
Activists challenged Hillary Clinton to go left on immigration — something the Obama administration fought them on — and they didn’t expect much. But at one small event in Nevada on Tuesday, Clinton surprised them all.
The newly announced presidential candidate is making his campaign all about the kind of conservative baby boomers who watched his Fox News show. “When you get on to an airplane you want at least one of the pilots to have a few grey hairs,” says a Huckabee adviser.
The Kentucky senator and Republican presidential candidate has been consistent on the issue he says is the “number one problem facing our country”.