Hillary Clinton has set out her policy on gay marriage, which commentators have claimed is a sure sign that she'll run for the Democratic nomination for President in 2016
Government spending grew much slower under Reagan and Clinton than it has during the Bush-Obama years, yet nobody would claim the economy in recent years has been more robust than it was in the 1980s and 1990s
Reagan and Clinton both believed that legislation stood a greater chance of succeeding if no one cared who took the credit. The Obama administration should take note
Treasury secretary nominee Jack Lew is living up to the mantra, "do as I say, not as I do" when it comes to tax havens
We are in the middle of the Age of Obama. What can we learn from the president's second inaugural address?
With his words and deeds, Obama risks sleepwalking the United States into another era of division and tension
Finally, after two months of waiting, Obama's new foreign policy team has emerged. It may not have been his first-choice lineup, but how will he work with what he's got?
Irrespective of the political noises that will be expressed in the coming days on gun control, it would be unwise to expect any solutions any time soon
Doubtless, Time Magazine will name an inoffensive non-entity as its Person of the Year once more. But maybe it's time for Time to rethink
Time and again it can be seen that candidates who successfully play the Kennedy card in elections, even if it is only superficially, tend to benefit
Opening Civil Partnership to all citizens would present a clear choice between religious marriage and civil partnership with equal legal rights bestowed by the state for each
Groupon offers its customers 86 percent discount to see Bill Clinton give speech at London's Entrepreneur Conference 2012
To many, last night's debate may have appeared to be a tie, since both men had a solid night. But a tie was not enough for Obama
If Romney wins, America's broad voting public will be expecting the Mitt that earned a surge after his debate performance, but his party base will be expecting another
In the coming days the world will witness whether Romney has what it takes to take on a sitting president. If he can do so, and land a punch or two, his odds for victory will improve considerably
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