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The hunt to become the home of Barack Obama's lasting White House legacy has become a game of presidential library survivor. For now, the President's native Hawaii can only hope, to borrow a phrase, that it is not voted off the island.
Former California tech executive Carly Fiorina has hired a top Republican National Committee spokeswoman to join her political action committee, another signal she is taking steps toward a bid for the White House later this year, CNN has learned.
President Barack Obama praised former New York Gov. Mario Cuomo, who died Thursday, as "a determined champion of progressive values."
The American justice system "does need a review," New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Thursday in a speech marking the start of his second term.
For months, pro-Clinton Democrats have pointed to early January - particularly January 15 - as a symbolic time for Clinton's presidential aspirations. Former aides and confidants have quietly said that if Clinton doesn't say no to running by the start of 2015, she is a go for 2016.
Whether it's competing in a guitar battle or doing a karate kick in costume, there's a lot a politician can do in six seconds. With that, I give you the best Vines in politics for 2014:
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who announced in December he would "actively explore" a presidential bid in 2016, has resigned from all of his corporate and nonprofit board memberships, an aide confirmed to CNN.
A senior adviser to President Barack Obama said it will be tough for someone like Jeb Bush to wage a national presidential bid.
The story has all the traits of a career-ending political scandal: A congressman who recently snagged a top position in party leadership faces accusations that he addressed a hate group run by a notorious white supremacist. And all of that, just a week before his party is set to take the reigns of power in Congress.
On Tuesday, the White House released its roundup of the year in behind-the-scenes photos. What were the themes of 2014?
Washington (CNN) -- The White House released its "Year in Photographs" on Tuesday. Chief White House Photographer Pete Souza's sixth annual roundup of 2014's memorable "behind-the-scenes" moments captured by official White House photographers included 104 images spanning the last 12 months.