Hillary Clinton is reportedly now 100 percent sure to run, and will announce in early April. She has effectively cleared the Democratic field – a plus, compared with the crowded GOP race, but there could be a downside for her.
GOP Sen. Marco Rubio must decide by early May whether he'll run for reelection to the Senate or run for president. He said Wednesday that former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush's recent announcement about 2016 hasn't affected his own thinking.
President Obama's decision to play golf Sunday at a Marine base in Hawaii forced an Army couple to move their wedding. Conservative media jumped on the story, but the ending sounds pretty happy.
Hillary Clinton has won Gallup's 'most admired woman' for 13 straight years. But this year, just 12 percent gave her that title. Her likely presidential campaign may have something to do with that.
President Obama surprised his friend Gov. Deval Patrick of Massachusetts by calling in to his radio show Thursday. Obama's old parking tickets from his time living in Somerville and Cambridge came up.
When President Obama took office, Americans by a 2-to-1 margin said government should be doing more. Six years later, 54 percent said government was trying to do too much.
Hillary Rodham Clinton can wait until spring, as she is reportedly planning, because she's universally known and can raise money quickly. But waiting could mean growing energy on the left for Elizabeth Warren.