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.
President Obama evoked Harry Truman's description of the presidency as an 'enlarged governorship' during a dinner with the National Governors Association. More than a few attendees are likely hoping to prove the adage right.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker dodged questions about President Obama's love for America. The right move?
It’s nearly impossible to find a supermajority to challenge unilateral executive actions that fall within the previously accepted scope of executive authority.
This week, the New Jersey governor’s chances of sitting in the Oval Office seem to be riding a down elevator. What's behind the slide?
Mother Jones accused Bill O'Reilly of exaggerating his experience reporting from combat zones in an article published Thursday. The Fox News host has dismissed the claim, calling the author a 'liar' and a 'guttersnipe.'
'Brinkmanship,' a staple in the cold-war lexicon, is back in vogue on Capitol Hill. It's now used to describe not just a political game of chicken, but also as a synonym for overall governmental conflict-induced dysfunction.
Condoleezza Rice may top the list of prospects for the US Senate in a new poll, but that doesn't mean she can win in the sixth bluest state in the nation, especially once her role in the Iraq war resurfaces in a rough-and-tumble campaign.
The conservative group ForAmerica suggested that a Clinton campaign could use footage of Bush thanking Clinton 'to blunt any criticism that Bush levels against her.'
President Obama's chief economist told reporters at a Monitor-hosted breakfast that 'three broad trends' will largely dictate the course of the US economy in 2015.
There are arguably a number of levels of meaning in Giuliani’s words that touch on Republican claims that the president does not believe in American exceptionalism and considers himself 'above it all.'
Historically, support for Israel has been a bipartisan affair on Capitol Hill. But the prospect of Prime Minister Netanyahu criticizing President Obama over Iran policy in a speech to Congress next month has sparked partisan ire.
Republicans took a hit in the polls after a government shutdown in 2013, yet still won control of Congress in 2014. This time, there is no Democratic majority to blame.
The generational changes that helped widen public acceptance of same-sex marriage are affecting Republicans, too. So is the deepening consensus that the debate on same-sex marriage is essentially over.
Rand Paul just set the clock ticking to get his faithful excited – and give the political pros a few weeks to decide whether to sign on. But make no mistake, Senator Paul, Hillary Clinton, Jeb Bush, et al, are running for president already.
Democrats aren't allowing a Senate debate over funding for the Department of Homeland Security, but it's the Republicans who are likely to get blamed, if the result is a shutdown.