It seems like we are living in an alternate political reality divorced from what was previously known, understood, practical, and possible simply a year ago.
Tim Russert seems apoplectic with joy that this will be going on 'til June. Wow. This campaign is never-ending.
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) kicks off his general-election campaign trailing both potential Democratic nominees in hypothetical
David Weigel makes a fairly persuasive case that -- contrary to my instincts about tactical voting -- Rush Limbaugh's calls
It's 10:12 and I'm just putting it out there: Can you imagine being a child, and having Howard Wolfson as your summer camp
Hillary Clinton continued her heated attacks against frontrunner Obama, claiming that the likely Repubican nominee John McCain
Democrats by more than a 2-1 margin say Hillary Clinton should stay in the presidential race even if she loses either the
Keep reading here. The day was the latest installment in the riveting drama between two formidable, historic candidates, the
As Hillary Clinton battles to keep her presidential bid alive, she may be getting help from an unlikely source: conservative
Mark Penn, the chief strategist for Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's (N.Y.) presidential campaign, asserted today that an ad
On the GOP side, prohibitive nominee John McCain took time out Sunday to play host in Sedona: In a campaign that has frequently
Hillary Clinton's campaign is dialing down expectations for March 4th in their latest release: To: Interested Parties From
On NBC's "Today," Clinton declined to say if she'll continue past March 4, saying "I don't make predictions." Meredith Vieira
If you continue to hit back, you're sacrificing what makes you distinct from most politicians -- that refusal to turn politics into a brutal zero sum game.
For the first time in recent history, it will be mankind over political machine. Hillary did not lose because she is a woman. She lost because she did not believe this was possible.
By mocking the media, quoting Saturday Night Live, and "practically browbeating reporters," Hillary's campaign lived to fight another day.
The Obama campaign argues that his "unsurpassable" lead over Hillary in pledged delegates entitles him to the support of the superdelegates and the nomination. But that is not how it works.
While a modest victory across the board tomorrow might slow Clinton's decay on the superdelegate front, there is yet another matter which surely must be weighing on the mind of Senator Clinton.
The Ides of March don't occur until the 15th, but Clinton must be painfully aware that it was, after all, a fellow senator who plunged the dagger into Caesar's chest.