Washington Bureau Chief of USA Today. In 2016, covering her 10th presidential campaign. Five White House administrations. (Still trying to get it right.)
wltx.com — This time, Donald Trump says, he really is running. The real-estate magnate and reality-TV star who has toyed with presidential campaigns before announced Tuesday that he would seek the Republican nomination for president in 2016. "Our country needs a truly great leader, and we need a truly great leader now," he said.
thv11.com — This time, Donald Trump says, he really is running. The real-estate magnate and reality-TV star -- who has toyed with presidential campaigns before -- announced Tuesday that he would seek the Republican nomination for president in 2016. "Sadly the American dream is dead," Trump declared.
usatoday.com — Promising no less than "a really big day for America," Donald Trump is set to announce Tuesday whether he will seek the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. Trump, the billionaire real estate magnate and television personality, will make the announcement at Trump Tower in New York.
sltrib.com — Kraig Ziegler, 58, of Flagstaff, Ariz., acknowledged being a bit uncomfortable when he attended a wedding reception for two men, friends of his wife, who had married. "I still believe what the Bible says, 'one man, one woman,' " the mechanic, who was among those polled, said in a follow-up interview.
onpolitics.usatoday.com — The Wall Street wing of the Republican Party continues to line up behind Jeb Bush in the 2016 Republican contest. Former Treasury secretary Hank Paulson said in an interview with USA TODAY that he already has written checks for Bush, though the former Florida governor hasn't formally announced his candidacy yet.
9news.com — WASHINGTON - Not a word about her record. Not a single policy prescription. Instead, the video that Hillary Clinton posted Sunday afternoon to launch her second bid for the White House has one simple message: It's not about me; it's about you.
usatoday.com — WASHINGTON - On this Americans agree with President Obama: The economy is getting better - for the rich. A USA TODAY/Suffolk University poll finds broad skepticism that the proposals the president outlined in his State of the Union Address last week will go anywhere in a Republican-controlled Congress, though.
stripes.com — ARLINGTON, Va. (Tribune News Service) - Now that the U.S. military has opened more jobs to women and allowed gay men and lesbians to serve openly, Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James says the ban on transgender troops is likely to be reassessed and should be lifted.
cnbc.com — Coburn, 66, is a conservative Republican but one who has a personal relationship with Obama. They entered the Senate in the same class, elected in 2004, and the new senators from opposite ends of the political spectrum and their spouses immediately hit it off at an orientation dinner.
wusa9.com — WASHINGTON - Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz says Americans need to honor veterans - and hire them. Schultz, a force behind an all-star Concert For Valor on the National Mall Tuesday marking Veterans Day, says service in Iraq and Afghanistan has become a hurdle rather than an asset for many veterans seeking civilian employment.
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