The controversial health care mandate is top of the pops in politics, but the real measure of Obamacare will be in the looming roll-out of its most controversial caveats.
President Obama spoke in Florida about the challenges women face in today's economy. Here's a fact sheet on where working women have made progress and where they still lag men.
Serving as US ambassador to the Soviet Union, Democratic Party chairman, and President Jimmy Carter's campaign manager, Robert S. Strauss was a political powerhouse and well-respected Washington insider. He died Wednesday.
Democrats should own Obamacare, not run away from it, because there's plenty there to love, says a veteran Democratic strategist. Even saying 'fix it, don't repeal it,' is too defensive.
The Illinois primary Tuesday set up a fall election between an unpopular Democratic incumbent governor and a multimillionaire Republican. Illinois has been the Midwest's last fully blue state.
Democrats have held the Illinois governorship since 2003, but financier Bruce Rauner's massive campaign war chest - holding over $6 million of his own money - could pose a serious threat
After decades of moving north, thousands of blacks are returning to their Southern roots for economic and cultural reasons.
A Florida special election this week was touted as a referendum on Obamacare. The Democrat lost. That was only one development that concerns Democrats trying to hold the Senate.
With a Russia-designed referendum on the future of Crimea Sunday, President Obama faces his toughest foreign policy challenge. Most Americans warily support the steps Obama has taken.
When N.Y. Mayor de Blasio went to Albany to lobby for a tax increase to pay for pre-K, his rally for his progressive troops was upstaged by a pro-charter school rally attended by Cuomo.