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The Hill's networks are under constant attack.
Obamacare's individual mandate is beginning to creep into outreach about signing up for health insurance this year.
Pundits weigh in on what to expect tonight.
Five years into its existence, the tea party is a movement adrift.
He says Mitt only received 19 percent of the middle- and lower-class vote in 2012.
More than 150,000 pages of first lady files could go public in the spring.
What Hillary, Jeb, Rand and the rest could learn from the history of campaign catchphrases.
Guests include the man who spent five years jailed in Cuba, an astronaut and an immigration reform advocate.
One of the issues addressed: The so-called "Mitt Romney loophole."
They fare much better than Christie and Perry in a survey of would-be contenders.
"Would it kill Republicans to crack a joke?" he asks at a tea party gathering.
Will a nasty fight over the Keystone bill in the Senate shut down efforts to get a more ambitious energy package?
His barb seems aimed at establishment figures such as Bush and Romney.
He will propose a bank tax that would impose a fee on firms with assets exceeding $50 billion.