Hillary Rodham Clinton official campaign launch Saturday: The April campaign launch video featured stories of individuals facing transitions in their lives. Substantive, it wasn't. Now Clinton is rolling out the highlights of an actual agenda.
It’s tough to count something that people are trying to hide. That's why so much fundamental information in US politics is either missing or under dispute.
The US Export-Import Bank's ability to make new loans is set to expire June 30. Conservative Republicans oppose reauthorization, saying, among other things, that the private sector could fulfill the bank's role.
At the moment, Scott Walker's star is not ascending. His suggestion that the younger Marco Rubio, who is on the rise, might make a good VP choice is a classic bid to blunt that momentum.
At a Monitor breakfast Thursday, Bernie Sanders spoke of how his Jewish heritage informs his politics. The day before, radio host Diane Rehm had asserted, mistakenly, that he was a dual US-Israeli citizen.
Comedian Jon Stewart reduced a probe of Marco Rubio's spending habits to a handful of laugh lines, including a reference to Army lawyer Joseph Welch's game-changing response to Sen. Joseph McCarthy, 61 years ago.
Bernie Sanders promised, if elected, to stand up for the working class, and keep a 'mobilized, activist, grass-roots movement' working with him.