Hillary Clinton's campaign rollout speech was big on broad themes, and weak on specifics on how to achieve them. There was something for everyone, but little to provoke opposition. Details come later, after the election is over.
To this point in his life, Donald Trump’s political legacy has been almost running, but then not. Is that about to change?
After a defeat in the House, Reagan flipped dozens of GOP votes and got his tax reform bill back on track. But it's a tough strategy to pull off: Obama is less popular than Reagan, and Democrats lost majorities in both houses on his watch.
In advance of Jeb Bush's announcement Monday that he is running for president, his campaign has added an exclamation point to his new logo. It also left out something else.
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.