A Biden candidacy will generate quite a bit of media coverage, much of it initially positive, from a grateful media corps. But there’s no evidence now suggesting that he could beat Clinton.
The candidates at presidential debates come and go, but there are a handful of stock expressions and phrases that persist. These range from classic dodges to 'tried and true ways to help yourself get out of a hole.' Keep score.
Forget the fireworks, the tiptoeing around Donald Trump's histrionics, and all the Republican squabbling. Here's what really matters to voters in choosing a president.
House Republican leaders had a plan to talk about the Iran deal and their legislative accomplishments over the August recess. Instead, they have to answer the question about whether to fire Speaker John Boehner.
A new poll shows Donald Trump leading the GOP presidential field in the Sunshine State. It's only the second poll in Florida since Trump entered the race and could be prove to be an outlier. But it fits national trends.
The glow around Bernie Sanders these days fits the media horserace narrative to speculate about the possibility, however improbable, that Clinton will stumble and Sanders will step in to steal the nomination. It's not happening.
Hillary Rodham Clinton is making headlines this week not for what she's saying on the campaign trail, but for what she's not.
Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew says that President Obama has the votes in Congress to sustain a veto, if Republicans try to block his nuclear agreement with Iran. Also, he says, Alexander Hamilton will retain a place on US currency.
Red states offer lower housing costs, lower taxes, and less regulation than blue states. That's why so many blue-state voters are moving to the West or South. In the short term, the red states gain power. in the longer term, they change.