The deadline fight over DHS funding illustrates Speaker John Boehner's continuing dilemma: How to get things done in Congress when the tea party wing of the GOP in essence filibusters its own caucus in the House of Representatives.
A survey released Thursday shows that the former secretary of State overwhelmingly leads likely Iowa voters, signaling a vast improvement over her caucus performance in 2008.
'Gotcha questions' sometimes elicit memorable answers. That's why they're asked. But the more time reporters can spend interviewing a candidate, the less likely they are to be asked.
Jeb Bush is a proven winner in maybe the most important swing state in the US not named 'Ohio.'
The GOP never really suffered any repercussions from the 2013 government shutdown. That's why it seems unlikely that voters are going to care about the events of February 2015 when Election Day rolls around next year.
Mitch McConnell is trying to put out a fire. Cruz tells us McConnell is putting out the fire all wrong, but won’t offer a better way to put it out. That’s not leadership.
At this point, it seems unlikely that the pipeline will be approved before President Obama leaves office. Any congressional action will be blocked by a presidential veto, and the executive branch is likely to continue dragging its feet on the matter.
Conservative pundit Bill O'Reilly may have found an unlikely ally in left-leaning satirical news host Jon Stewart – well, sort of.
The initial comments regarding McConnell’s plan from House Speaker John Boehner have been muted, but seemingly positive, but the real test will come today when the House Republican caucus holds its weekly meeting.
Gov. Scott Walker and the Republican National Committee are upset over the media's response to former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s comment that he doesn’t think President Obama 'loves' America.
Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert McDonald is apologizing for falsely claiming he was part of the military's elite Special Forces. The question is whether retired Special Forces members will consider his offense trivial.
CJ Pearson, age 12, agrees with Rudy Giuliani. He says President Obama doesn't love America and his video is winning plaudits from some conservatives.