Race to the White House 2016
Heidi Przybyla Hillary Clinton isn't ready to confront the nation's billionaires to address rising income inequality, said Senator Bernie Sanders, a Vermont independent deciding whether to challenge her for president in 2016.
Steve Holland Miami: US Senator Marco Rubio of Florida told top donors on Monday that he will run for the White House because he is "uniquely qualified" to represent the Republican Party in the 2016 presidential race, a source familiar with the matter said.
Megan Levy Hillary Clinton's announcement that she will enter the 2016 race for the White House came in a two-minute video released in a digital blitz on social media, in which she told the US public she wanted to be their "champion".
Nick O'Malley Hillary Clinton needed no hoopla to announce her candidacy for the Democratic nomination for the next presidential election.
Nick O'Malley Hillary Clinton's failed 2008 campaign left such a terrible mark on those who covered it they have been telling war stories about the experience ever since.
Megan Levy "Citizens, you will elect me. I will be your leader."
Jonathan Allen Hillary Clinton has announced she is running for president in 2016.
Hillary Clinton is expected to finally announce her candidacy for US president on Sunday, ending prolonged speculation that she will once again seek to become the first woman elected to the White House.
Anne Gearan and Philip Rucker Hillary Clinton's long-anticipated entry into the US presidential race has taken shape, with Democrats saying she will announce her candidacy on Sunday and begin a series of deliberately small discussions with voters next week
Nick O'Malley As supporters cheered and waved banners reading "Defeat the Washington Machine", Rand Paul, a senator and son of a congressman and presidential candidate, announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for the White House.
Nick O'Malley Rand Paul hopes to win over traditional Republicans while keeping his appeal to the young believers who have driven his popularity so far.
Evan Halper The symbolism and stagecraft of Hillary Clinton's campaign launch is fraught with baggage from her storied past.
Hillary Clinton is yet to announce her run for the White House, but she has picked New York's gentrifying, hipster-obsessed borough Brooklyn for her campaign headquarters.
Josh Rogin and Eli Lake A Congress inquiry into attacks in Libya in 2012 has been extended and threatens to mar Hillary Clinton's campaign to be president.
Steve Holland and Amanda Becker Democrats scrambled on Tuesday to contain the fallout for Hillary Clinton, their favored 2016 presidential candidate, after allegations she inappropriately used her personal email for work while secretary of state.