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Daniel Strauss is a reporter for Talking Points Memo. He was previously a breaking news reporter for The Hill newspaper and has written for Politico, Roll Call, The American Prospect, and Gaper's Block. He has also interned at Democracy: A Journal of Ideas and The New Yorker. Daniel grew up in Chicago and graduated from the University of Michigan with a B.A. in History. At Michigan he helped edit Consider, a weekly opinion magazine. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Even after the recent negative attention former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (D) received over using private email to conduct official business, she still is the favorite over the entire likely 2016 presidential field, according to a new CNN poll on Wednesday.
An aide helping with conservative darling Ben Carson's presidential exploratory committee recently deleted his twitter account after some offensive tweets —including one telling President Barack Obama to "bend over bitch"— caught public attention.
The chairman of the Iowa Republican Party is demanding that Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) fire a newly hired adviser who was mocking the state and its first-in-the-nation caucus on Twitter as recently as January.
Former Secretary of State HIllary Clinton is bringing in Brian Fallon, a veteran Democratic spokesman, to serve as the lead press secretary for her likely 2016 presidential campaign, according to The Washington Post on Tuesday.
The chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX), said that the internet blackout in North Korea at the end of 2014 was indeed retaliation for computers at Sony Pictures Entertainment being hacked.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) said that the letter he spearheaded to Iranian leaders warning that any nuclear deal the Obama administration makes could be overturned by a future president had its desired effect.
A majority of Americans feel that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's explanation for why she used a private email server to conduct business at the State Department was not adequate, according to a new CNN poll released on Monday.
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) suggested in a recent radio interview that his office might have responded faster to complaints about problems at a Veteran's Affairs center in Wisconsin, but his staff was busy during the lame duck session "doing job interviews and stuff."