Jeb Bush's defense of immigration reform is already changing the race, whether or not he opts to try a Bush three-peat in 2016. He's flushed a highly divisive issue out into the open.
Kentucky’s attorney general said Tuesday he would not defend a Kentucky anti-gay marriage law struck down last month. But the governor said the state will hire outside attorneys to appeal.
Vice President Joe Biden has been all over talk shows this week, and he seems to have a good time swatting at the inevitable queries about 2016.
Gov. Chris Christie's No. 2 denies charges by the mayor of Hoboken, N.J., that the administration used hurricane Sandy aid to leverage support for a development project.