House Republicans don't want committee chairs bothered by the pursuit of higher office. But Paul Ryan wants to be chairman of perhaps the most important House committee – and perhaps run for president.
House Democrats reelected Nancy Pelosi as minority leader on Tuesday. But that doesn’t mean everybody was happy.
The former Secretary of the Navy and Virginia senator launched a new campaign website Wednesday. Can Jim Webb give Hillary Rodham Clinton a run for her money?
After two high-profile fence-jumping incidents, Acting Secret Service Director Joseph Clancy is considering installing a higher fence to tighten White House security.
For newcomers to Congress, this biennial event is of great consequence. Their Hill office will be their home away from home for the next two years.
With lots of plaid flannel, an old Land Rover, and midcentury modern architecture, you know these Obamacare ads are aimed at Millennials. Here's why they're a target audience.
It's been a week since video first surfaced of Obamacare architect Jon Gruber calling American voters 'stupid.' Political gaffes usually fizzle out rather quickly. Why has this one lasted so long?
Are coded messages on Twitter a violation of federal laws prohibiting campaign finance coordination? The Federal Electoral Commission hasn't explicitly ruled on it – yet.
President Obama is poised to take executive action on immigration, a move many Republicans equate to granting amnesty. But nothing Mr. Obama can do will be permanent.
One way to address the threat of a hostile reaction to a likely decision not to indict the white police officer that shot an unarmed black teen devolving into another round of violent protests would be to open up the process as soon as possible.
Democrats failed to convince their own partisans that the economy was, in fact, performing well. Democrats’ attempts to localize their races and distance themselves from the president also put distance between them and a solid national economy.