Hillary continues her campaign travels in New Hampshire this week. Back in 2008, a primary victory in the state kept Clintons candidacy alive, but will she be able to win over residents for the second time?
Kevin Cirilli, reporter for The Hill, discussed the 2016 elections with Capital Insider.
The Democratic candidate is focusing on small businesses and is open to revamping the Affordable Care Act. Does Hillary Clinton's stance on these issues follow party lines when it comes to her economic policies?
J.D. Harrison, reporter for the Washington Post, discussed Clinton's business policies on Capital Insider.
While the whole nation knew the Democratic party favorite would be running for President, no one expected Hillary Clinton's short, low-profile announcement. What is the public saying about her campaign approach?
Jessica Taylor, campaign editor for The Hill, discussed the presidential election with Capital Insider.
Since senators Ted Cruz and Rand Paul announced their presidential nominations, Super PAC's have been working hard to reel in money for the costly campaigns. Cruz alone was able to raise $31 million in just a week.
Dave Levinthal, senior reporter with the Center for Public Integrity, discussed presidential campaigns with Capital Insider.
Millions of Americans will finish up their tax returns and send them into the IRS over the next week, but lawmakers on Capitol Hill say the whole tax code needs to be redone. While many agree that an overhaul is necessary, no one is in agreement on how to do it.
David Williams, president of Taxpayers Protection Alliance, discussed tax reform with Capital Insider.
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson recently spoke out about the number of Americans going abroad to join ISIS. While he says the would be jihadists are being monitored, there are still fears of domestic attacks.
Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer, senior fellow at the London Center for Policy Research, discussed the homegrown terror threat with Capital Insider.