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.
Marco Rubio takes his first steps toward 2016 by telling GQ that he’s “not a scientist”
In a private call with donors, Romney attempts to explain why he failed to unseat Barack Obama
House Republicans reportedly cheer at the news that the former speaker is staying on to lead the congressional Democrats
Who’s up and who’s down after the arduous, expensive ordeal that was 2012.
For 523 days, Romney ran a staid and precise presidential campaign. But he decided to end it with a party.
At the outset of a final, frantic cross-country sprint that will take him to four battleground states on Monday, Romney sought to wrap himself in the mantle of change.
It’s difficult to game out the significance of Michael Bloomberg’s endorsement of Barack Obama — if there is any at all.
A strange thing is happening as Election Day draws near. In normal times, we struggle to stay afloat in the sea of political opinions. Now the punditry has been afflicted with an epidemic of agnosticism. After living and breathing this race for 18 months, they say they have no idea who will win.
With less than a week until Election Day, the campaign spin is so dizzying you may feel like throwing up.