Former President Bush is seen favorably by 63 percent of Americans and unfavorably by only 31 percent, edging out President Clinton. In June, Bush celebrated his 90th birthday with a tandem parachute jump.
There are several reasons Sony is now releasing 'The Interview' to independent theaters for Dec. 25. But one big one might be that 'The Interview' is now all-American.
Rep. Michael Grimm (R) of New York is expected to plead guilty Tuesday to federal charges of tax evasion. He could stay in Congress, but it doesn't look likely.
In the wake of the NYPD shootings this weekend, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani says President Obama helped create an anti-police backlash.
Republican Sens. Marco Rubio and Rand Paul have been sparring over President Obama's decision to reopen relations with communist Cuba.
An independent panel's report adds up to a serious indictment of a once-proud agency. First among its recommendations: a much taller fence for the White House.
Sony has drawn sharp criticism for bowing to terrorist threats promising an attack on theaters screening the moving 'The Interview.' Censorship concerns aside, the decision to cancel the film's release may have been a legitimate business decision.
In an interview with People magazine, the Obamas appeared to be edging into the national conversation about race sparked by the events in Ferguson, Mo., and Staten Island, N.Y.
Jeb Bush previously said he’d make up his mind at the end of the year, or early in 2015. It’s also time for him to send sotto voce messages to some potential rivals.
OK, it's a tough one. Michelle Obama is on record asking for Christmas pajamas at an event with kids. The president says he worries about buying her clothes. It could be worse, like LBJ's gift to the pope.
Elizabeth Warren said again on Monday that she's not running, emphatically. Lots of liberal Democrats hope she changes her mind. But unless Hillary Clinton defies expectation and declines to run, that's highly unlikely.
Elizabeth Warren defied leaders of the Democratic party by lobbying against the spending bill over one specific principle objection – a move pundits are comparing to Ted Cruz's rogue filibuster of Obamacare funding.
Kennedy didn't actually pardon the turkey, he merely extended its life, producing some great photo ops. It was George H. W. Bush who first offered an actual pardon.
No, Mitt Romney is not running. He remembers what running for president (and losing) is like. Still, his strong finishes in presidential polls raise questions about Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton.
Sen. Chuck Schumer, the third-ranking Democrat in the Senate, suggested during a speech Tuesday that Congress's focus on passing the Affordable Care Act compromised his party's efforts to restore the economy.
The events in Ferguson could be an opportunity for President Obama to make a personal attempt to heal the nation's racial divide. But it’s also possible he would just get in the way.
President Obama joked on Sunday that Americans won't want to hear from him during the 2016 presidential election because he's lost his 'new car smell.' Where does that leave Hillary Rodham Clinton?
Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel has submitted his resignation to President Obama less than two years after assuming the post, according to media reports.
Hillary Clinton is way ahead of all other potential Democratic presidential hopefuls. But who knows what Republican she might have to run against – and she might just decide not to run.