|John Hickenlooper's march leftward continues (photo: World Economic Forum)|
a. "Hillary Clinton accepts humanitarian award in NYC." -- The AP.
b. "Hillary Clinton to close out 2013 NACS show." -- CSNews.
c. "Michelle Obama overtakes Hillary Clinton in list of the world's most powerful women." -- Daily Mail.
d. "Lanny Davis: IRS scandal threatens to kill Hillary's 2016 bid." -- Paul Bedard, Washington Examiner.
e. "Biden: Offshore oil drilling threatens environmental security." -- Reid Epstein, Politico.
f. "Senators Mark Warner and Time Kaine hope to end offshore drilling ban." -- Todd Allen Wilson, Daily Press.
g. "Publisher: Sen. Elizabeth Warren has book deal; release planned for spring 2014." -- The AP.
h. "Andrew Cuomo calls for tax-free zones around SUNY campuses." -- The AP.
i. "Governor John Hickenlooper delays execution of Nathan Dunlap." -- Blair Shiff, Robert Garrison, KUSA-TV.
j. "Cory Booker hosts Twitter town hall on immigration reform." -- David Giambusso, Star-Ledger.
k. "Amy Klobuchar asks Bernanke a great question and the Fed chairman has no good answer." -- Matt Yglesias, Slate.
Days that Hillary Clinton has FROZEN THE FIELD: 198.
Scott Walker is in Iowa today.
a. "Scott Walker talking to Iowa GOP activists; 2016 presidential run in sight?" -- The AP.
b. "Ted Cruz's path from George W. Bush adviser to immigration reform opponent." -- Beth Reinhard, National Journal.
c. "Sen. Ted Cruz: 'I don't trust the Republicans'." -- Ramsey Cox, The Hill.
d. "Rubio: 'I do not have trust in Washington D.C." -- Byron York, Washington Examiner.
e. "Rubio, McCain spar over debt limit." -- Ian Tuttle, The Corner.
f. "Marco Rubio calls for more IRS hearings." -- Breanna Edwards, Politico.
g. "When Barack retweeted Jeb: Bipartisan immigration reform goes coast-to-coast." -- Marc Caputo, Miami Herald.
h. "Paul Ryan to write book." -- Robert Costa, National Review.
i. "Ken Cuccinelli ordered probe of Bob McDonnell." -- Emily Schultheis, Politico.
j. "Immigrant rights activists rally outside Cruz's office to protest his vote against immigration reform." -- Nicole Narea, Houston Chronicle.
k. "Jeb Bush, rumored GOP presidential hopeful, schedules Grand Rapids book signing" for next week. -- Zane McMillin, Michigan Live.
l. "Buono goes after Christie in first TV ad." -- Sean Sullivan, Washington Post. VIDEO: Here's the ad.
m. "Christie up with second negative ad." -- Darryl Isherwood, Politicker NJ. Here's the ad.
n. "Chris Christie reelection backed increasingly by Democrats." -- John Celock, Huffington Post.
o. "Christie urges no retribution for Oklahoma senators who voted against Sandy aid bill." -- MaryAnn Spoto, Star-Ledger.
p. "Chris Christie: Despite shortfall, tax cut can be achieved." -- Matthew Arco, Politicker NJ.
q. "Plan may save Kasich Medicaid expansion." -- Lisa Bernard-Kuhn and Chrissie Thompson, Cincinnati Enquirer.
r. "Thune: Lerner taking The Fifth suggests 'an admission of guilt'." -- Andrew Johnson, National Review.
s. "Jon Huntsman creating new PAC, testing the waters." -- Byron Tau, Politico.
t. "Rand Paul vs. the Apple Tax witch-hunters." -- John Hayward, Human Events.
u. "Rand Paul's risks." -- W. James Antle III, The American Conservative.
v. "Rand Paul speaks out about possible presidential run." -- WDRB.
w. "Sen. Rand Paul looks to bar warrantless drone spying." -- Seth McLaughlin, Washington Times.
x. "Jindal-backed retirement change delayed by a year." -- Melinda Deslatte, The AP.
y. In Louisiana, "Medicaid bills rejected by House." -- Marsha Shuler and Mark Ballard, The Advocate.
z. "McAuliffe touts work with McDonnell in new ad." -- Cameron Joseph, The Hill.