At an anti-abortion rally Tuesday protesting Planned Parenthood, Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson compared abortion to slavery, suggesting that the country’s abolition of slavery signaled its capacity for ending abortion.
Four poll numbers came out over the weekend that are decidedly sobering for Hillary Clinton’s presidential prospects in 2016.
Hillary Clinton can’t keep her story straight. I’m not talking about her e-mail servers. She can’t stick to a consistent line on the rather more central issue of the U.S. economy. It is leading to odd tonal shifts in her campaign, and to some foolish policy choices, too.
There is a reason Hillary Clinton’s poll numbers show voters think she is untrustworthy: She keeps telling them things that are not true.
Hillary Clinton unveiled a proposal to combat climate change last night, and it appears to be in the pragmatic Clintonian space of sticking to safe ground. Rather than trying to outdo her Democratic rivals, Clinton’s plan seems designed to allow her to contrast with Republicans who either don’t acknowledge the reality of climate change or aren’t really ready to do anything about it. As Seema Mehta and Evan Halper of the LA Times report, Clinton says her approach would put the US on a path to have all homes and businesses powered by renewable energy by 2027 — a goal her campaign frames as both light on details and far short of where environmentalists would like her to be.
Murdoch holds the keys to some of the conservative media’s most powerful companies. He also hates The Donald.
Power, plots and controversial haircuts … Hillary Clinton may have set her sights on the White House, but the TV characters she inspired – in Veep, House of Cards and Madam Secretary – are way ahead of her
AMES, Iowa — Hillary Rodham Clinton spent the weekend in Iowa confronting an enthusiasm gap facing her presidential candidacy by reminding the Democratic base that she has been a reliable warrior for the causes it cares about most.
Republican presidential contenders blasted Hillary Rodham Clinton’s use of a private email server Sunday ahead of a possible showdown, saying revelations about classified material in some of the messages vindicates doubts about her trustworthiness.
Tom Nides and Robert Hormats, once of Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs, are veterans of the revolving door between Washington and the financial sector