After a well-received speech at the Iowa Freedom Summit, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker announced formation of a fundraising committee – a typical sign that a candidate is serious about running for president.
Sarah Palin hinted to ABC that she might be up for another run, saying, ‘America has had enough of seeing that – sign on the Oval Office door saying, No Girls Allowed.’
The field of Republican presidential hopefuls is already crowded, but Marco Rubio may be able to distinguish himself as a fresh face among legacy front-runners.
Some GOP officials have speculated Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney might be getting together to hash out a way to avoid going head-to-head in the presidential primary.
The day after the State of the Union, Vice President Joe Biden gave his clearest indication in months that he may run for the top job in 2016.
'American Sniper' is on track to become the biggest January blockbuster in history – as well as a cultural phenomenon that has everyone from documentary filmmaker Michael Moore to former House Speaker Newt Gingrich weighing in.
Mike Huckabee and Jon Stewart sparred throughout their interview Monday night. The former Arkansas governor is vying to be the candidate of Evangelicals and cultural conservatives in the 2016 GOP presidential field.
House Speaker John Boehner assembled a listicle of 12 Taylor Swift GIFs to mock President Obama's community college plan. But is the songstress in on the gag?
President Obama's choice of 'Selma' for a White House screening has some commentators wondering if he might be trying to compensate for the film's lack of top Oscar nominations.
It’s quite likely that Rand Paul, a possible presidential contender, would benefit if Mitt Romney runs. In fact, maybe the Kentucky senator should be encouraging Mitt to get the gang back together.
Many GOP leaders are less than thrilled by Mitt Romney's decision to run for president for a third time.
Rep. Randy Weber (R) of Texas compared President Obama to Hitler in tweets condemning the president's choice not to attend an anti-terror march in Paris.
Jeb Bush's money-raising committee suggests he's already in the race. Mitt Romney seems to want everybody to know that his campaign locomotive is getting polished up too, even it if hasn’t yet left the station.
If enacted, President Obama’s community college proposal would be a sweeping change in US educational policy. Washington would pay three-quarters of the cost, while states would pick up a quarter.
Vice President Joe Biden had a bravura performance on Tuesday administering the oath of office to new and newly reelected members of the US Senate. Some critics have raised eyebrows.
Jeb Bush announced on his Facebook page that he’s filed paperwork to form a 'leadership' political action committee, Right to Rise. The name, harking back to the late Jack Kemp, may signal the type of campaign the former Florida governor plans to run.
The photo that surfaced in the past few days on Instagram appears to be that of Malia wearing a Pro Era t-shirt. The rarity of such unofficial shots reminds us how well the Obamas have kept their daughters out of the public eye in the social media era.
A new poll shows a big majority of GOP voters would prefer Representative Boehner lose his post as speaker of the House when the new Congress convenes next week. But is his job actually in danger?
To those on the left of the Democratic spectrum, the former New York governor represents the road not taken. Has the time for his positions come again?