Outsider on a mission

    Some politicians know they want to be in public office and scramble to come up with the reason why. Sen. Elizabeth Warren is an accidental, improbable politician -- a self-described "outsider" -- who knows exactly what she wants to accomplish on the inside.

    The Massachusetts Democrat insists that she's not running for president, and there's little reason to doubt her -- although, interestingly, Warren sticks doggedly to the present tense to describe her intentions.

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