Rachel 'Bunny' Mellon lived a private life dominated by arts, fashion, and horses, until presidential candidate John Edwards's 2011 indictment, when it was revealed that Edwards used what prosecutors alleged was campaign money, including $750,000 from Mellon, to hide his mistress and their child during his 2008 presidential bid.
President Obama holds his own on Zach Galifianakis’ talk show, 'Between Two Ferns,' on the 'Funny or Die' web site. But will it nudge more Millennials to sign up for Obamacare? To back Democrats?
Snowden's leaks about NSA surveillance have launched a broad discussion about civil liberties, and Rand Paul is using civil liberties and NSA overreach as themes with which to frame his brand of libertarianism.
Last year, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie wasn’t invited to CPAC, and the snub was big political news. This year he was, perhaps on the theory that Bridge-gate has made him a target of the mainstream media.
Hitler remark on Putin stirred up critics of Clinton's own role as secretary of State in the 'reset' of relations with Russia. Clinton said her comment referred to a 'tactic' used by both men.
He got the GOP nod for Texas land commissioner Tuesday, and is likely to prevail in November, too. But as George P. Bush starts his political career, the pressing question is whether that of his father, Jeb Bush, is really ended.
Some tea party nominees could be weak general election candidates. Others could change the Senate. Here are six key primaries to watch.