'House of Cards' first lady Robin Wright met real-life first lady Michelle Obama in Washington D.C., this week.
Buzzfeed got presidential candidate Ted Cruz to 'audition' for 'The Simpsons,' and he nailed it. But was it undignified or smart voter outreach? We think we know the answer.
Christie won't pander to the far right, beat up on gays, or bash immigrants. He will be making it easier for the eventual Republican nominee to be similarly restrained.
After a spike of historic decisions, it's useful to note that the Supreme Court will rarely allow itself to get out in front, or fall very much behind, prevailing public opinion.
With its opinion in King v. Burwell, the Supreme Court seems to be sending a signal that it is not interested being asked on a continual basis to undo a law that has been in effect for the past five years.
Not too long ago, one-third of the electorate was undecided. But that number has been shrinking, and many of those who are undecided don't vote.
Gov. Bobby Jindal and Sen. Marco Rubio might have given a presidential run a pass. But political opportunities like the one for GOP candidates in 2016 are fleeting.
The growth of unmarried women, minorities, and Millennials is a potential boon to Democrats in the next election, but they have to turn out. For now, there's a 15-point enthusiasm gap, says Democratic pollster Stan Greenberg.
President Obama’s big win in the Supreme Court on same-sex marriage has left Republicans unsure of how to proceed. Should they fight it by way of constitutional amendment or take a live-and-let-live attitude?
'Inartful' – along with its linguistic cousins 'counterproductive' and 'I misspoke' – has long been a fixture in politics. But with the Supreme Court's majority decision preserving Obamacare, the term gains new luster in Washington's lexicon.