Even though there is data galore today, political oddsmakers actually don’t have much material to work with.
Yes, some insults have generated instant buzz, but the use of another phrase has continued unabated – by countless politicians as well as the journalistic hordes covering them.
President Obama's playlist confirms that he 'is the only American president you could reliably trust to DJ a party.' Joe Biden's list is, well, just so Joe Biden.
Politicians increasingly like the word 'feckless,' because it sounds arch and smart. But Sen. John McCain – a man of undoubted feck – is the clear king.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin on Tuesday overturned an executive order from his predecessor that had allowed automatic restoration of voting rights for prisoners released after serving time for non-violent crimes.
Donald Trump is leading with 39 percent of the GOP primary vote. But with primaries about to begin, the dynamics could shift in several important ways.
The Washington Post has retracted a cartoon that showed Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz as Santa and his daughters as monkeys. The attempt to attack Senator Cruz has 'backfired spectacularly.'
The new Kentucky governor has removed the names of clerks from marriage licenses so these public officials can fulfill their legal duty without appearing to sanction same-sex marriage over their religious beliefs.
Underlying the agency’s troubles is a workforce that has had to do much more with much less, according to a congressional report this month.
Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are going to have to face off at some point. If and when it happens, it could be the decisive moment that allows one of them to rise even further or impels the fall of both.
The last Democratic debate marked a low point for debate viewership in this campaign cycle. Critics say that that the Democratic National Committee is putting its thumb on the scale to help the front-runner.
If Trump ran against Hillary Clinton, he would lose badly, according to polls, and his margin of defeat would be entirely accounted for by his unpopularity with women.
Most young people do not know enough to cast an intelligent ballot. Older people also have gaps in civic knowledge, but they learn through life experience.