Priorities Define Debates as 2016 Campaign Takes Off

As the presidential campaign starts to move past the question of who is and isn't running for the White House, the Democratic and Republican parties find themselves setting out on sharply divergent paths to Election Day. While Hillary Clinton visits the early voting states, rarely mentioning her experience as a former secretary of state, her would-be Republican challengers fly to Israel and Poland, eager to gain a foreign policy edge in a crowded primary contest.