Obama, on Leno for the sixth time, said Americans should still travel but exercise caution, amid an elevated terror threat. Obama and Leno also talked Hillary, McCain, and a certain vegetable Obama claims to love.
Wendy Davis, the Texas state senator famous for her 13-hour filibuster over abortion rights, spoke at the National Press Club in Washington. The Democrat sounded like a possible candidate for governor.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley (D) is making noises about running for president. There are two reasons to do that – even if Hillary Clinton runs, too. And maybe she won’t even run.
President Obama can use executive action and the bully pulpit, pointed out Dan Pfeiffer and Gene Sperling at a Monitor breakfast. Another topic at the breakfast was the president's pending decision on the next Fed chair.
Hillary Clinton and President Obama are having a private lunch Monday at the White House. Oh, to be a fly on the wall. Here are some ideas on what they'll discuss.
Rick Perry announced Monday that he will not run for reelection as governor of Texas in 2014, and said nothing about running for president in 2016. But he dropped plenty of hints.
In the states, the battle over gay marriage is gathering steam. Federal judges have preempted local efforts toward legal gay marriage in some states, while activists in other states are gearing up for ballot measures. One state may be moving toward a stronger defense of traditional marriage. Here's the state-by-state rundown.
Rusty the red panda escaped from the National Zoo, and for a few hours Monday was the second-most famous fugitive on the planet, at least to Washingtonians. Rusty-as-Snowden quickly turned into a Twitter meme.