Jeb Bush hasn’t been actively in the middle of the Washington political game for a decade, and politics has changed rapidly since then. He's not an ideologue or a populist – and that's good.
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.
In sort-of announcing for the 2016 presidential race this week, Jeb Bush said he wanted to have 'conversations with citizens' before deciding whether to formally run. It's a tried-and-true rhetorical fig leaf.
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.
Conservatives are punching holes in Michelle Obama's story about racism at Target. Are the Obamas' examples trivial slights or actual racism?
With Jeb Bush's Tuesday announcement that he is actively exploring a run for the White House in 2016, the prospect of another Bush v. Clinton matchup grows. What do the polls say about who would win?
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.
Hillary Rodham Clinton can wait until spring, as she is reportedly planning, because she's universally known and can raise money quickly. But waiting could mean growing energy on the left for Elizabeth Warren.
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.
Will Jeb Bush run for president in 2016? Some conservatives hope that he won't because he's too "liberal" on some key issues.