Republicans say President Obama's executive action on immigration violates the Constitution. This Q&A explores the legal and political questions raised by the move.
The Founders imagined Congress as a place were legislators could assemble and collectively shape the bills that would become law. That's not happening anymore. A few powerful people control the process.
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.
What do politicians mean when they say 'elections have consequences'? Often, they're saying that their party just won an election and they want their way – but the pronouncement can come back to bite.
ABC, CBS, and NBC viewers will miss an important presidential address on immigration reform on Thursday night. Why won't the networks televise Obama's speech?
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.
President Obama on Friday is expected to announce details of his long-awaited executive moves on immigration. Nevada is the home state of soon-to-be Senate minority leader Harry Reid, who faces a very tough reelection fight in 2016.