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  • Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is miles ahead of any presidential opponent, whether Republican or Democrat, polls show. (Associated Press)

    Catching up to Clinton no easy feat for 2016 rivals

    In a 2016 presidential contest that can be summed up as Hillary Rodham Clinton versus everybody else, early signs show the race isn't even close.

  • George Washington tops a list of richest U.S. presidents compiled by Wall Street 24/7. His net worth was $525 million. His salary, the researchers found, was 2 percent of the total U.S. budget for 1789. (ASSOCIATED PRESS)

    Inside the Beltway: Peeking into the presidential wallet

    Persistent researchers at Wall Street 24/7 girded their loins and tallied up the assets of all American presidents past and present to assemble a list of the Top 10 wealthiest occupants of the Oval Office — based on land holdings; inheritance; income before, during and after; plus adjustments for money values then and now, among many factors. Some presidents went broke, some never had any money, some made lots of it.

  • New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie speaks to the Economic Club of Chicago on Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014 in Chicago. Christie is in town to raise money  for the Republican Governors Association that he chairs. (AP Photo/Paul Beaty)

    Chris Christie gets his 'Tony Soprano' groove back

    Is he getting his brusque, Tony Soprano groove back? Maybe. A simple comeback strategy has emerged from New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, following the rigors of Bridgegate, internal reviews, official investigations and multiple subpoenas for his former staff members.

  • While former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has all but vanished, the press corps is working overtime to rebuild her tarnished reputation. (ASSOCIATED PRESS)

    CURL: The rehabilitation of Hillary Clinton

    While Hillary Rodham Clinton has all but vanished, hitting the speaker's circuit at $200,000 a pop and bouncing between her two palatial mansions in New York and Washington, the press corps is working overtime to rebuild her tarnished reputation.

  • Hillary Rodham Clinton, former secretary of state, was the subject of 173 minutes of coverage on Fox News, CNN and NBC from Feb. 3-9, according to a study released by Mediaite.com. (ASSOCIATED PRESS)

    Inside the Beltway: Marijuana remorse

    Hey man, like it's a bummer: There's unintended collateral damage when marijuana is legalized for recreational use.

  • Attacks by Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky Republican, on former President Bill Clinton as a "sexual predator" are seen by many as an indirect strike on Hillary Rodham Clinton's prospective 2016 presidential candidacy. (Associated Press photographs)

    Rand Paul launches pre-emptive 2016 strike on Bill Clinton

    Seeking to dent Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential aspirations and to combat the accusation that the GOP is waging a war on women, Sen. Rand Paul is waging a war on Bubba.

  • Vice President Joseph R. Biden and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will have a hard time cutting their ties to the Obama administration if they run for president in 2016. (Associated Press)

    To distance themselves from Obama, 2016 Democrats will move to the left

    The 2016 Democratic presidential field is likely to run to the left of President Obama, partly because candidates will try to distance themselves from his political baggage while jockeying for an increasingly liberal base of voters, analysts predict.

  • Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks to the National Automobile Dealers Association meeting in New Orleans, Monday, Jan. 27, 2014. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

    Hillary Clinton 'certainly aware' of security problems before Benghazi: report

    House Republicans on Friday issued a new report that says former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton "was certainly aware" of security problems in Libya ahead of the 2012 terrorist attack on the U.S. diplomatic outpost in Benghazi.

  • Clinton encourages reading in Hispanic families

    Hillary Rodham Clinton and Mayor Bill de Blasio joined forces Tuesday for a cause dear to both, initiating a public service campaign encouraging Hispanic families to read, sing and talk more to their young children so they're better prepared for school.

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