For Donald Trump, a presidential exploratory committee isn’t a step. It’s a phrase, a signal, a means of repeating the same teasing 'maybe I’ll run' formulation he’s used many, many times before.
Rep. Aaron Schock (R) of Illinois announced Tuesday he is resigning amid questions over his spending habits, including an office inspired by 'Downton Abbey.'
While more states are considering exempting military pensions from state income taxes, that only applies to veterans who are drawing pensions. Moreover, the exemption applied to military pensions is generally also offered to other pensions.
Oregon on Monday became the first state to automatically register voters. The move 'puts the burden of registration on the state instead of voters,' says Gov. Kate Brown, a Democrat.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has has effectively used her Twitter presence in recent months to bolster her likely campaign for president.
The guest spot gave Cruz a chance to accomplish two tasks, one aimed at squelching a short-term PR problem, the other at establishing a persona for the longer-term run of the 2016 race.
President Obama advises young voters to think about climate change, the economy, jobs, war and peace – before legalizing marijuana.
But the term 'wag the dog' isn't limited to an Israeli prime minister facing a tough election. It's also been invoked, recently, to describe Iowa's 2016 biofuel politics and Vladimir Putin's surprise disappearance.
It's early in the race. Yet candidates loaded with negatives, such with Chris Christie, are already viewed as no longer viable. Others are scrambling to just get into the conversation.
Actor Jon Voight released a video claiming "President Obama does not love Israel." But Jon Voight's pitch sounds more like a campaign speech for Israeli voters than American voters.
The former vice president has been out of politics for a long time, but some are clamoring for Al Gore to run in 2016.
Not only are members of Congress permitted to engage foreign entities as much as they please, but they’re absolutely entitled to 'undermine' foreign policy strategies with which they disagree.
It’s possible that Hillary Clinton may ask this particular surrogate to stop helping, at least for the moment. It’s not just that he’s made one stumble. It’s also that he’s living history, a walking, raging embodiment of all the old Clinton uproars.
Mitch McConnell said Sunday that the Senate would not vote on attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch until another bill has been dealt with first. But that bill appears to have hit an impasse over abortion.