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.
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.
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.
A snapshot of where Florida Sen. Marco Rubio stands on issues likely to be debated during the Republican presidential primaries, as he enters the race.
Sen. Marco Rubio is telling his top donors that he is running for president because he feels "uniquely qualified" to pitch his Republican Party as one that will defend the American Dream.
According to a report by Mother Jones, Hillary Clinton will pick openly gay Democratic strategist Robby Mook as her campaign manager for her 2016 presidential bid.
Hillary Rodham Clinton jumped back into presidential politics on Sunday, announcing her much-awaited second campaign for the White House. "Everyday Americans need a champion. I want to be that champion," she said.
What will drive Hillary Rodham Clinton's second bid for the presidency?
With Hillary Rodham Clinton announcing her candidacy Sunday for the 2016 Democratic nomination for president, a look at where she stands on some issues.
Virginia had its own run-in with RFRA-style laws earlier in the year when Del. Bob Marshall introduced measures that would allow licensed businesses and state contractors to discriminate against LGBT people under the guise of religious freedom.