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How Republicans wised up on 2016
By Gloria Borger, CNN Chief Political Analyst
Exclusive: Pentagon suspects Bergdahl swap detainee returned to fight
By Barbara Starr, CNN Pentagon Correspondent
The sequester that everyone hates is hard to replace
McCain boots 'low-life scum' from hearing
Graham on 2016: 'I'm tired of just complaining'
By Dana Bash, CNN Chief Congressional Correspondent
Clinton camp split on when to launch campaign
David Duke 'just might' primary Steve Scalise
Romney gives GOP advice on minority outreach
Obama cracks 'Deflategate' joke, jabs at Romney
By Alexandra Jaffe, CNN
President Barack Obama was at home in Philadelphia on Thursday, cracking jokes on "Deflategate" and former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney to an appreciative audience of Democratic lawmakers.
Meet the new Air Force One
Guess who's winning the 2016 Twitter war?
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Texas GOP chairman sides with Rand Paul
Senate passes Keystone XL measure
W.H.: No, Castro, you can't have Guantanamo back
Banking Committee approves Iran sanctions bill
The most conservative Bush?
Chelsea Clinton, Romneys to attend same Manhattan luncheon days after Hillary jab
Obama pitches budget on HuffPost blog
Graham forms committee to test 2016 waters
Santorum staffing up in South Carolina
Boehner defends House GOP immigration lawsuit
Obama's changing tune on permission to fight ISIS
Clinton's world is dropping the pretense
Romney on minority outreach: 'Stop thinking so much about the primary'
Marijuana, polygamy, torture: Lynch confirmation hearing
How the Koch brothers' $889 million pledge helps Democratic fundraising
Airlines get more than 50 online threats since Jan. 17
Clinton agrees to testify to House's Benghazi panel
First lady Michelle Obama shakes hands with Saudi king. So?
Congress hasn't authorized military action in a dozen years. But action continues.
By Athena Jones, CNN
Michelle Obama head scarf 'scandal' is bogus
By Frida Ghitis
What kerfuffle really shows is the U.S.' dilemma in dealing with a repressive regime
The truth about border security
A better way for the Kochs to spend their millions
'Too precious' to drill, baby drill?
Key data on Afghan reconstruction funding classified
By Laura Koran, CNN
The U.S. military has, for the first time, classified key data about reconstruction efforts in Afghanistan, in a move that has frustrated one government watchdog and left the public in the dark on billions in spending.
Bergdahl decision expected in days
Officials: Detainee swapped for Bergdahl suspected of militant activities
Obama: We need more drone regulations
Criticism over Netanyahu visit intensifies
Why the Iran sanctions fight is a big deal
Supreme Court stays executions of three in Oklahoma
Alabama judge warns governor against gay marriage rulings
Civil Rights Groups nervous about Supreme Court case on housing discrimination
Protests break out in Supreme Court
Poll: Clinton clobbers potential GOP foes
New Jerseyans on Christie's love of Dallas Cowboys? Who cares
Poll: SOTU more popular
Obama heads into State of the Union on ratings uptick
Bush surges to 2016 GOP frontrunner
Rand Paul threatens drones in CNN Snapchat interview
Inside Democrats' secret vault of opposition research
Republicans plot in chocolate heaven
State of the Union: 68 years in 68 seconds
Does finance data crack the political code?
Bartender threat strikes close to Boehner's heart
114th Congress: The (not so) calm before the storm
See Sarah Palin's puzzling speech
Former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin confused supporters with her speech at the Freedom Summit in Des Moines, Iowa.
Biden, Rubio and Palin's 2016 plans
Yemeni official: ISIS is active and recruiting in Yemen
Why Obama's going to India after his State of the Union speech
Obama and Congressional leaders
Rubio: 2016 decision coming 'soon enough' to build 'campaign it takes to win'
French fallout continues for White House
California politics: the next generation
Obama: Netanyahu's visit too close to election for meeting
Cruz-Rubio-Paul event previews GOP foreign policy debate
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Weirder than you think: How a drone crashed near the White House
By Cassie Spodak, CNN
It's a tale almost too "this town" even for Washington.
Terror, drugs and the White House: Drones are everywhere
Jindal: Some Muslims trying to 'colonize' West
Jeremy Diamond, CNN
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal on Wednesday stood by his controversial comments about "no go zones" in European cities, insisting that some Muslim immigrants are trying to "colonize" European cities and "overtake the culture."
How Obama's State of the Union sets up 2016
Barack Obama is done campaigning for president himself -- but he's still working to make Republicans play defense on issues where they've yet to prove themselves.
Romney vs. Bush: The establishment primary
One month without a Clinton headliner
'A storm in a D.C. teacup'
By Stephen Collinson, CNN
The Obama administration doesn't often admit it messed up.
This is what a Supreme Court justice sounds like when he recites violent rap lyrics
Chris Moody, CNN
The Supreme Court on Friday posted audio of Chief Justice John Roberts reciting rap lyrics during oral arguments for a case that examines whether violent or threatening speech posted on social media can be prosecuted.
Clinton Echo: When Hillary sounds like Bill
Some of her best lines come directly from the speeches that worked well for him.
Chris Christie tests limits of authenticity
Ashley Killough, CNN
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's political brand is built almost entirely around a single personality trait: authenticity.
Clinton's gender politics
Meet Ted Cruz's Twitter whisperer
Josh Perry is a lanky, 26-year-old from Nederland, Texas with a good job on Capitol Hill and a healthy adoration for Taylor Swift. And every day, he pretends to be Ted Cruz on the Internet.
Obama on Russia: 'Large countries don't bully smaller countries'
By Eliott C. McLaughlin, CNN
The military option is out, President Barack Obama said Sunday, but the U.S. will be looking at all other options to "ratchet up the pressure on Russia" on the issue of Ukraine.