White House grumbling over Clinton damage control
After days of answering questions from reporters about the propriety of Hillary Clinton's use of private email to conduct official business at the State Department, administration officials are starting to voice frustrations that they are doing damage control for a campaign in waiting.
Alternatives to Hillary Clinton 2016
Democrats clamoring for a Hillary Clinton alternative are again speaking up about the need for a primary that will, at the very least, serve as a vetting process and prepare Clinton for the general election. Here are some alternatives to Hillary Clinton in 2016 and what they've said about their presidential potential.
Obama: Ferguson police abuse 'not an isolated incident'
President Obama said Friday that although he doesn't think the abuses of power in Ferguson are "typical" of America, there are individuals and possibly whole departments in American law enforcement that may struggle to prevent prejudice in their ranks.
Democrats' only choice? Defend Hillary Clinton
They were not-so-affectionately dubbed the "bed-wetters" by then-Obama senior adviser David Plouffe. The definition: Democrats who run to the hills every time there's a bump in the road. The Chicken Littles. The woe-is-us crowd.
Law enforcement warning sent about American youth, ISIS
The FBI/Department of Homeland Security sent a joint warning to law enforcement across the country about the concern over a growing trend of girls and boys wanting to fight with ISIS in the wake of the detention of a 17-year-old Northern Virginia teen last week, according to a law enforcement official who has read the report.
Capitol grounds sledding ban upheld
The Capitol Police killed the hopes and dreams of thousands of D.C.-area children (and at least a few dozen Hill staffers) Wednesday night when it reaffirmed a city ban on sledding on the Capitol grounds.
Hillary Clinton gives base-rallying speech
The lead up to Hillary Clinton's speech to a Democratic women's group in Washington on Tuesday night was focused on two things: The controversy around her exclusive use of personal emails at the State Department and questions around her family foundation's fundraising practices.