Sen. Bob Corker says he was 'shocked' to learn at a classified briefing Tuesday how little data the NSA is actually collecting. That revelation could be a game changer in the Senate, he says.
Setting political traps is a time-honored Washington tradition, and Hillary Clinton is trying to force Republican presidential candidates to take a hard-line position on immigration.
Critics of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal – and the Senate bill to give the president fast track authority to negotiate it – say it will hurt American workers. Here is a look at some of those claims.
Seymour Hersh's counter-narrative of the death of Osama bin Laden has put the White House on the defensive. But is there any truth to it?
While a bunch of other Republicans have jumped into the 2016 presidential race, Jeb Bush is biding his time, raising a ton of money, working to appeal to GOP constituencies, and navigating nervousness about a Bush 'dynasty.'
When Conservatives won a clear majority in British elections this week, it stunned pollsters and pundits predicting a close race. Experts say the art and science of polling is changing, and this could impact next year’s US presidential race.
The British wanted to declare victory on May 7. The Russians would wait until May 9. The difficulties with Churchill and the Russians were 'exasperating,' Truman would later write. But on May 8, he said: 'This is a solemn but glorious hour.'
Rick Santorum finished just behind Romney in 2012, but that doesn't make him the GOP's heir apparent in 2016. This time, he faces more competition for the social conservative and Evangelical vote.
As a general matter, we see at-risk teenagers not as particularly lovable, but as threats to our safety, to our security, to our property and to our tax dollars. Love is not the whole answer. It might just be the start of the answer.