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Sunday, March 29, 2015

CNN Politics

Poll: Bush popular in GOP

8 hours 34 minutes ago
Jeb Bush has the most support among Republicans, but several other 2016 contenders have room to grow in the eyes of primary voters, according to a new CBS News/New York Times poll.

Martin O'Malley challenges Hillary Clinton

9 hours 9 minutes ago
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley took a major shot at Hillary Clinton on Sunday, saying the country needs a "new perspective" and "new leadership" in the 2016 election.

Boehner: New Iran sanctions 'very' quickly if no nuclear deal

9 hours 47 minutes ago
House Speaker John Boehner says Congress will move "very" quickly to impose new sanctions against Iran if President Barack Obama isn't able to strike a deal to thwart the Middle Eastern country's nuclear ambitions.

Ted Cruz defends presidential credentials

10 hours 47 minutes ago
They're both Harvard Law School graduates, constitutional lawyers and senators who launched presidential campaigns during their first terms.

The people who are REALLY ready for Warren

Yesterday
Ground zero for the grassroots effort here to persuade Elizabeth Warren to run for president is headquartered in a small office park where a yard sign taped to a door is the only marker of the activity inside.

Wall Street welcomes expected Chuck Schumer promotion

2 days ago
Chuck Schumer is set to get a big promotion -- and that's welcome news to Wall Street.

'Friday night lights of STEM'

2 days ago
CNN got a room by room tour at the White House, during its annual science fair, from Chief Technology Officer for the United States, Megan Smith.

John Kerry seeks review of State's records management

2 days ago
Secretary of State John Kerry has requested a review of all efforts underway to improve records management within the State Department, according to a letter he sent to the department's inspector general.

Harry Reid's retirement sets Nevada up as 2016 battleground

2 days ago
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid's decision to retire at the end of his term elevates Nevada to one of 2016's premier political battlegrounds.

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