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.
As the bid for the Republican 2016 presidential nomination revs up so has the cycle of scrutiny.
Just as the Democratic Party turns its back on Andrew Jackson – some even want 'Old Hickory' off the $20 bill – the GOP seems to have fully embraced him. Republicans are now the anti-elites.
The term 'statist' is soaring in popularity, just in time for the 2016 elections. Hillary Clinton is a leading target for critics of big government liberals. But Republicans aren't immune. Ask former Gov. Mike Huckabee.
Hastert's attorney, Thomas Green, is one of the most experienced white collar criminal defense counsels in the US. He defended the only original Watergate conspiracy defendant who managed to avoid prison.
Jeb Bush's presidential campaign may not be official yet, but the former Florida governor is already making some major changes in campaign staffing.
If you look closer, the Wisconsin results don’t really say anything about Sen. Bernie Sanders’s national prospects – or even how he'd do in Wisconsin.
The Bush family matriarch is celebrating her 90th birthday with a $5,000-a-plate charity event at the family retreat in Kennebunkport, Maine.
Vice President Joe Biden has often been comic relief. But this weekend, in mourning his son, America saw a different measure of the man.