Former Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee entered the race for president Wednesday by calling for the U.S. to switch to the metric system, take an "open-minded approach" to drug trafficking and consider negotiating with Islamic State militants.
Andrew Demillo, Associated Press | posted 46 minutes ago
Downplaying a joke he made earlier this year about transgender people, Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee said Wednesday that he believes voters are more concerned about his thoughts on other issues such as the economy.
Ken Thomas, Associated Press | posted Jun 3rd - 4:12pm
Seeking an expansion of voting rights, Hillary Rodham Clinton plans to call for an early voting period of at least 20 days in every state and push back against Republican-led states that have sought restrictions on voting access.
Lisa Riley Roche | posted Jun 3rd - 4:00pm
Julie Pace and Ken Thomas, Associated Press | posted Jun 3rd - 1:51pm
Hillary Rodham Clinton plans to spend the summer building a case that Republicans are out of touch with the public. But many people aren't convinced she empathizes with them, either, polls suggest, in a potential early warning sign for the Democratic front-runner.
Laura Koran, CNN | posted Jun 3rd - 1:39pm
Officials at the National Archives and Records Administration -- the agency tasked with managing official government records -- were in touch with the State Department about plans to preserve former Secretary of State Hilary Clinton's records shortly before she left that office, newly released emails reveal.
The Associated Press | posted Jun 3rd - 1:01pm
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio has sold a Florida house that has long been a political thorn in his side.
The Associated Press | posted Jun 3rd - 8:31am
Former U.S. Rep. Baron Hill says he's ready to enter Indiana's U.S. Senate race to replace retiring Republican Dan Coats.
The Associated Press | posted Jun 3rd - 12:01am
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, a possible GOP presidential candidate, will make a "major announcement" on the 2016 race on June 24 in New Orleans.
Erica Werner, Associated Press | posted Jun 2nd - 7:21pm
Congress approved sweeping changes Tuesday to surveillance laws enacted after the Sept. 11 attacks, eliminating the National Security Agency's disputed bulk phone-records collection program and replacing it with a more restrictive measure to keep the records in phone companies' hands.
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