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Clinton Charity to Allow 6 Countries to Donate, Not Others

By Stephen Braun | Apr 16
In spite of criticism over accepting money from foreign governments, the Clinton Foundation has decided to continue to look abroad for millions of dollars while limiting donor nations to a select group of six.

Log Cabin Republicans Disinvited from Conservative Event

Apr 16
Organizers of a conservative conference in Denver this summer have told a gay Republican group it cannot have a booth at the event.

Hillary's Dad's Gravestone Toppled: Vandals Suspected

Apr 15
The gravestone of Hillary Rodham Clinton's father has been found toppled over at a Pennsylvania cemetery two days after she announced she's running for president.

Barney Gets Frank

By Brian Scott Lipton | Apr 15
Has any politician been more aptly named?

A Gun Totin' Bristol Palin is Living in Sin with Hubby-To-Be

By EDGE | Apr 15
The girl who told millions of American teens to save it for marriage is living in sin with her soon-to-be hubby. But don't call her a hypocrite; she's got a gun!

Gay San Fran Man Launches 'Bottom for Hillary' Campaign

By Jason St. Amand | Apr 14
One gay man from San Francisco is looking to unite all the bottoms around the country for one cause: to support Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign.

Indiana Hires PR Firm After Religious Objections Law Flap

By Ken Kusmer | Apr 14
Indiana's economic and tourism development agencies hired a public relations firm Monday to repair the damage to the state's reputation from a religious objections law that raised the specter of discrimination against gays and others.

Clinton Starts Iowa Campaign With Small-Town Meetings

By Ken Thomas and Lisa Lerer | Apr 14
The big rallies and massive fundraising blitzes can wait for now. Fresh from a two-day road trip, Hillary Rodham Clinton is making her 2016 campaign debut in Iowa at a small-town gathering reminiscent of her Senate "listening tour."

Clinton's Decision: The Long Road to a Second Campaign

Apr 14
This account of how Hillary Rodham Clinton decided to run for president a second time is based on interviews with nearly 20 people who spent significant time with her as she recovered from her stunning loss to President Barack Obama in 2008.

Ind. Gov. Pence's Approval Deeply Damaged by 'Religious Freedom' Law

By EDGE | Apr 14
Governor Mike Pence may be seeing some long-term political damage as a result of his signing Indiana's now amended "license to discriminate" law.

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