Rep. Aaron Schock (R) of Illinois announced Tuesday he is resigning amid questions over his spending habits, including an office inspired by 'Downton Abbey.'
Eleanor Holmes Norton, the District of Columbia's delegate in Congress, failed to get a waiver on an 1876 regulation banning the use of Capitol grounds as a playground. But we have an idea.
Sen. John McCain is up for reelection in 2016. The new president of the conservative Club for Growth, David McIntosh, told a Monitor breakfast Tuesday the club will 'watch carefully' for primary potential.
Hillary Clinton is reportedly now 100 percent sure to run, and will announce in early April. She has effectively cleared the Democratic field – a plus, compared with the crowded GOP race, but there could be a downside for her.