House Speaker John Boehner won Internet fame – or infamy, depending on your perspective – for appearing to silently 'throw shade' against President Obama during last month’s State of the Union address.
Congress is beset by partisanship that has made it virtually impossible to get much done. But the ABLE ACT, which passed at the end of the last Congress and helps children with disabilities, could serve as a model.
In gridlocked Washington, the aftereffects of the cyberattack on Sony Pictures may ultimately forces Republicans and Democrats to come together on an information-sharing bill.
Young turk flamethrowers tend to mellow into old bulls of the Establishment. It's the way of Washington. It's also why to expect creeping pragmatism in the new Congress.
What does global energy look like after the oil crash? Recharge takes a peek at the future of oil, renewables, and nuclear power.
President Obama invokes executive action to pardon – or grant 'amnesty' – to gobbler 'Cheese,' while the speaker of the GOP-controlled House publishes the family recipe to brine and roast his.
Having control of both houses of Congress will only exacerbate and highlight the internal fractures within the Republican Party, some say. Hardly. A win is a win.
Transparency is crucial in a healthy democracy. But the relentless, 24/7 spotlight we now shine on elected representatives has compromised their ability to compromise.