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A new poll released Thursday shows New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's popularity among Republicans is low in Iowa and New Hampshire, two key states for the presidential election.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton nabbed the speaking role for an American Financial conference in Boston next week once former President George W. Bush had to bow out after knee surgery.
Potential 2016 Democratic presidential candidates are showing divisions over how to handle the surge of illegal immigrant children, underscoring how quickly the immigration issue has gone from what they thought was a guaranteed political winner to an electoral headache.
Although she touched on the Middle East crisis, her time as secretary of state and even her "dead broke" gaffe, Hillary Rodham Clinton gave no hint about any presidential aspirations during her Tuesday interview with Jon Stewart on "The Daily Show," The Associated Press reported.
If she runs for president, Hillary Rodham Clinton may find herself not only having to distance herself from President Obama, but she will also have to put some space between herself and her own husband, former President Bill Clinton, on everything from marijuana policy to immigration.
President Obama is going to renege on his campaign promise to Bill Clinton and press for Sen. Elizabeth Warren — not Hillary Rodham Clinton — to be the Democratic candidate for the White House in 2016, said "Blood Feud" author Edward Klein.
Hillary Rodham Clinton offered an explanation for her expensive speaking fees in an interview, saying that the hundreds of thousands of dollars she charges to speak at colleges doesn't really go to her.
Hillary Rodham Clinton's book "Hard Choices" is on track to be one of the year's top nonfiction books despite another slip in sales.
The grill beckons most Americans on Friday, as does the potato salad and strawberry shortcake. But consider how Americans feasted on the Fourth of July in centuries past — like founding father John Adams, for instance.