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Biden for President? Allies Mulling Clinton Challenge

By Julie Pace & Josh Lederman | Aug 2
Vice President Joe Biden's associates have resumed discussions about a 2016 presidential run after largely shelving such deliberations while his son was sick and dying earlier this year.

Super PAC Backing Ted Cruz Gets $10 Million Donation

By July Bykowicz | Aug 1
Nearly all of the contenders for president are encouraging their deep-pocketed donors to give not just to their campaigns, but to groups known as super PACs as well.

Christie, Others Turn to McCain's Town Hall Playbook in 2016

By Kathleen Ronayne and Jill Colvin | Aug 1
Driven to "desperation," McCain decided to meet as many people as possible at as many of the Q&A events as he could. It took months for the strategy to pay dividends, but when it did, McCain was packing `em in.

Multi-Ethnic Coalition Urges Tournaments to Drop Trump's Golf Courses

By EDGE | Aug 1
A coalition of 40 prominent U.S. Latino advocacy organizations launched a petition urging the LPGA, the USGA and the PGA of America to remove all of their future tournaments from Donald Trump's golf courses or risk losing business.

Grudge Match :: Robert Gordon & Morgan Neville on 'Best of Enemies'

By Frank J. Avella | Jul 31
Modern TV punditry can be traced to the 1968 debates between Gore Vidal & William F. Buckley, Jr. at the national political conventions. Directors Robert Gordon & Morgan Neville discuss their film "Best of Enemies," which chronicles their bitter rivalry.

New 'Daily Host' Host Says Tenor Will Change, Not Targets

By Lynn Elber | Jul 30
Incoming "Daily Show" host Trevor Noah said politics and the media will remain targets of the program but the perspective will be distinctively his.

Perry Dials Back Christian Appeal in Iowa, Cites Job Record

By Will Weissert | Jul 30
Rick Perry bragged to an Iowa crowd about the strong economy in Texas, but in a state where evangelicals wield political influence, he didn't mention religion until 25 minutes into his address, and only then when asked about it.

Conservative Move Against Boehner a Sign of Discontent

By Matthew Daly and Alan Fram | Jul 29
An effort by a conservative Republican to strip House Speaker John Boehner of his position as the top House leader is largely symbolic, but is a sign of discontent among the more conservative wing of the House GOP.

Sen. Paul: Senate Will Vote on Fed Aid to Planned Parenthood

By Alan Fram | Jul 28
The Senate will vote before its August recess on an effort to block federal aid to Planned Parenthood, presidential hopeful Sen. Rand Paul said Tuesday.

5 Things to Consider as Trump Dangles 3rd Party Prospect

By Calvin Woodward and Julie Bykowicz | Jul 28
A lot of Republicans would like Donald Trump to go away. But not too far.

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