Welcome to The Hill’s Players to Watch special report for fall 2014.
The lawmakers, administration...
Recent events provide plenty of clues to how a Clinton presidential bid would be received.
Mitt Romney is in demand, and it’s raising speculation.
A combative Rick Perry on Thursday dismissed the criminal indictment against him.
Twenty-three Democrats and 42 Republicans make The Hill's list.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Ben Affleck, Barbra Streisand and others have given big to GOP targets.
Both sides say voters are looking skeptically at attack ads funded by outside groups.
Democrats are weighed down by a lack of enthusiasm and an unpopular president.
He appears headed for a primary win despite a controversy over his residency.
Palin calls Holder incompetent, notes Congress found him in contempt.
Sen. Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii) appears to have the unlikely edge in bitter race.
Purple Colorado’s positions diverge on two core social issues.
The former secretary of state will maintain a dizzying schedule for much of the year.
Bill Clinton has been doing damage control on the "wealth" comments.
Democrats are sounding the alarm about spending by outside conservative groups.
National Democrats may have a rare offensive opportunity in the Deep South.
Tea Party-backed senators eyeing 2016 are encouraged by the victory of Dave Brat.
Democrats aim to boil down their criticisms into digestible sound bites.
Parties united to pass legislation that directs $126M over 10 years to pediatric research.