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Supposedly inevitable Democratic nominee for president Hillary Clinton has had it rough this week. In case you missed it here's a recap: First, the State...

It is highly unlikely that the Fourth of July holiday weekend will dampen the renewed fallout from Hillary’s ongoing email scandal after this week’s...

Belying the idea that his surge is a hoax, socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders continues to outpace all expectations in his growing insurgency against Hillary...

Hillary Clinton has more competition. Former Senator from Virginia Jim Webb officially stepped into the ring in the battle for the Democrat nomination yesterday via...

Amid Tuesday’s 11th-hour release of over 3,000 of Hillary Clinton’s emails, the State Department announced it is withholding a “small number” of documents from...

President Obama gave a political stiff-arm to Congress this week in a much-anticipated official announcement of a new U.S. embassy in Havana. Last month, the...

Quinnipiac’s latest Iowa poll released this week demonstrated a continued edge for Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker among the more than one dozen official GOP...

June 30th has come and gone, and with it the official deadline for Greece’s $1.7 billion interest payment to the IMF on its post-crisis...

The State Department released another 3,000 tranche of Clinton emails late in the evening yesterday in compliance with a federal judges previous order for...

In another split decision this week, the Supreme Court upheld with a 5-4 vote an Arizona referendum that established a bipartisan election commission. The Arizona...