Now comes the unpredictable part of the capitol’s high-stakes dealmaking: the rest of the people’s representatives are about to take center stage.
As twilight descended on Washington on Friday afternoon, about 50 gun-control activists clustered on the pavement outside the White House for a candlelight vigil to urge action from the President after a mass shooting at a …
Wiping tears from his eyes, President Barack Obama urged the nation to “come together” in the wake of a shooting that left more than two dozen people dead, many of them children, Friday morning at a Connecticut elementary school.
Steven Crowder didn’t instigate the punch or return it. But he got what he wanted: evidence for the widespread conservative caricature that union members are thugs.
PolitiFact has picked its lie of the year: Mitt Romney’s ad implying Ohio jobs would be shipped overseas because Barack Obama ”sold Chrysler to Italians who are going to build Jeeps in China.”
Rick Snyder is at the center of the newest battle in the GOP war against labor unions that has raged across the industrial Midwest in recent years.
Obama has expressed willingness to cut a deal that scales back federal entitlements, but many Democrats are loath to agree to cuts.
The messy split this week between Dick Armey and the Tea Party organization FreedomWorks may be a harbinger of things to come.
Barack Obama dug in Tuesday on his demand that any bargain to avert the so-called fiscal cliff include an agreement to raise taxes on the wealthiest Americans, warning that a deal would not be reached before the Jan. 1 deadline …
One of the premier elections of 2013 is taking shape in Virginia, where a conservative firebrand appears set to square off against an Establishment Democrat for the governorship.
Two of the loudest House Tea Partyers lost.