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Bush gets serious, Rubio rails on a topic close to home and Paul takes yet another contrarian view.
Jessica Pressler, the reporter who was "duped" by a high school senior who claimed to have made $72 million trading stocks, will stay at New York Magazine despite a report that she would be joining the Bloomberg News investigative unit.
Marty Paone, a longtime political operator, can work both sides of the aisle.
Democrats hope to paint him as the second coming of Mitt Romney.
Obama poured cold water again on the alleged economic benefits of the pipeline.
POLITICO Magazine's Glenn Thrush hosts a 2014 year-in-review roundtable discussion with congressional reporter John Bresnahan, senior White House reporter Edward-Isaac Dovere and media reporter Hadas Gold, plus a new interview segment featuring Time Magazine's Radhika Jones on the Person of the Year edition.
"We cannot have a society in which a dictator in some place can start imposing censorship in the United States," he says.
Obama is back in his campaign comfort zone: Smiting political enemies.
Questions about the Clintons' travel have emerged over the past year as Hillary Clinton has given paid speeches.
The arrest suggests that authorities are increasingly sensitive about activities by foreigners in the region.
The first skirmish of the 2016 GOP primary spills over onto social media.
Republicans are already weighing ideas to stymie the president's executive actions.
"The Cuban-American community tends to be pretty quiet until you step on their toes."
Half the metrics can't even be measured right now.
Appropriations staffer plays key role in subplot to historic realignment.
For ambitious pols, going on the show was fraught with peril.
Santa came to town and left a list of this year's bad and good. Check it out (twice if you want).
Ratings could help students and families, but the data used to rate schools is already available, and far from complete.
For the first time, the government has a clear answer.