Historically, the number of competitive House races is declining. But that's not Democrats' problem this year. And that holds hope for them in elections beyond 2014.
With an array of crises facing President Obama, his competence has come under scrutiny. But that might be the wrong way to look at the situation.
President Obama is not enjoying the best of times in his foreign policy, which has resulted in criticism. But President Bush went about things in exactly the opposite way and was also pilloried. Maybe this foreign policy thing is just hard.
Democrats have certainly taken up the issue with gusto in recent days, sensing a political advantage, but there's little question where the chatter started.
If President Obama wants to do anything on immigration, it will probably have to come through executive action. Depending on what he does and when, that could kick the current impeachment talk to a new level.
The new round of US and EU sanctions against Russia are the toughest yet, and they might well hit their mark: Russia's business oligarchs. But that still might not be enough to change President Vladimir Putin's behavior.
A new poll suggests that America is perhaps open to accepting the children crossing the border illegally. That's different from much of what you see on TV.
Could the Hobby Lobby ruling help Democrats get voters to the polls in key Senate battleground states in November? Perhaps a little. But a little could mean a lot.
Can Congress pass the bipartisan plan announced Monday to fix the VA? Well, Congress's track record isn't great. But there are a few reasons to be optimistic. Seven, in fact.
There's an argument going around that it's 'virtually impossible' to be president today because of the power of the job and partisanship surrounding it. But there are problems with both those assertions.
The Sarah Palin Channel, which went live Sunday, aims to 'cut through the media’s politically correct filter.' It also includes a clock calculating the time left in the Obama administration, out to the second.
Hillary Clinton has again made sharp comments about Russian President Vladimir Putin, saying he is partly responsible for the crash of MH17. In recent months, she has been one of Putin's most vocal critics.