Everything Must Go: Clinton Campaign Marks Down Remaining Hillary Swag

Politics | Derek Hunter

Going out of business sales are normal in the retail world, but they occur less frequently in the political world.

Leaked Emails Show Clinton Camp Had 'No Idea Of How To Lift Her Up'

Politics | Justin Caruso
John Podesta looks on prior to the start of the Presidential Debate at Hofstra University on September 26, 2016 in Hempstead, New York. (Getty Images)

‘How many times have we seen this movie?’

Where Trump's Tweets Send Supporters May Surprise You

Elections | Rebecca Rainey
Donald Trump Reuters/Joshua Roberts

A new study shows that most of Trump’s posts are sending users not to his website

Obama becomes absentee president

Politics | Neil Munro

He’s sidelined critical health, budget, immigration, economic and foreign policy decisions while he campaigns

Hurricane Sandy leads presidential campaigns to cancel events in Virginia

Politics | Monique Hamm

Inclement weather reports drive Obama and Romney campaigns to change plans for their final week of campaigning

Two in 'Republican women for Obama' ad exposed as Democrats - TheDC

Politics | Jeff Poor

Mother and daughter team of Maria and Delia Ciano shown not to be ‘Republicans’ as video ad suggests

'Prosecutorial Discretion' - AP

Politics | admin

Obama administration to stop deporting and begin granting work permits to under-30 illegal immigrants

FEC forms: Mysterious presidential candidate reported raising billions in 2008 - TheDCNF

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch

Apparently, Hillary Clinton wasn’t Barack Obama’s only wealthy Democratic primary challenger in 2008. A Texas man named Lee L. Mercer, Jr. reported to the FEC that he raised $900 million during that presidential election cycle. That’s about $120 million more than Obama collected on his way to the White House. Well, not exactly. Mercer’s campaign […]

It's 'offical': Spelling is hard for Romney campaign - TheDC

Politics | Holly Bensur

Two glaring spelling errors found on Mitt Romney’s Facebook page

Obama's online campaign machine revs its engines once again - The Washington Post

Tech | Josh Peterson

The Obama campaign is by far the most aggressive in trying to reach voters online

Newt Gingrich: Self-proclaimed savior of the Western world - DCNF

Politics | Michael Bastasch

Report sheds light on claim to Reagan and conservative credentials

Obama's Deficit Shtick - TheDC

Politics | Neil Munro

President showcases campaign themes in fiscal speech

Daniels talks to Indianapolis Star reporters about possible run - TheDC

Politics | Alexis Levinson

Daniels: I would run ‘because I do think, and I hope I am wrong, that the country has put itself in a very difficult place’

Gary Johnson to launch 2012 campaign in April - NMPolitics

Politics | interns

Former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson will formally throw his hat into the presidential ring next month, according to multiple reports

Three Joes team up against Obama - CNN

Politics | interns

Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, former Senate candidate Joe Miller, and Joe the Plumber help launch organization aimed at defeating President Obama in 2012

Angle announces run for Congress in 2012 - TheDC

Politics | Alexis Levinson

Sharron Angle announced Wednesday that she will again try for elected office

Huckabee toys with White House run - AP

Politics | admin

Mike Huckabee isn’t tamping down speculation of another presidential run. But he isn’t doing much to prepare for one

Costly campaign to replace Lee won't deter Jane Corwin - TheDC

Politics | Alexis Levinson

‘I anticipate a big price being put on this campaign.’

Democrats launch campaign against 19 House Republican targets for 2012 - TheDC

Politics | Matthew Boyle

Congressional Dems start 2012 election ads, targeting 19 House Republicans in typically left-leaning districts

Michele Bachmann refuses to rule out 2012 presidential run - TheDC

Politics | Alexis Levinson

Rep. Michele Bachmann did not rule out the possibility of a 2012 presidential run on Wednesday