Grover Norquist, Alan Simpson and I spent a summer afternoon at the National Zoo. This is what I saw.
If you want more detail on the various National Security Agency surveillance programs there’s plenty out there, but clarity from the government is in short supply.
The President calls them a threat to national security. The Internet calls them heroes. A new wave of hacktivists is changing the way we handle secrets.
Silicon Valley, as Facebook’s Sean Parker says, is “starting to come into a realization of our own power” in politics.
Arkansas Senator Mark Pryor has had enough. On Friday, the Senator will push back on New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg with his own “substantial” ad buy.
The NYC mayor has attacked vulnerable Democrats over gun control votes, possibly endangering the movement towards stricter federal gun control law.
Labor unions spent millions. The two candidates dragged each other down in a vicious negative campaign. And comedian Will Ferrell promised free waffles for everyone…
On Capitol Hill, Republicans make clear that they will not be rushed in their investigations
While targeting conservative groups may be outrageous, politically motivated audits by the IRS are far from unusual.
Newly leaked documents about the government’s response to the Benghazi attacks raise more questions than they answer.
White House Chief of Staff Dennis McDonough and House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan discussed the budget over beers at Brasserie Beck
The FBI released three criminal complaints that fill in the details about the lack of planning and clumsy coverup that followed one of the worst terrorist attacks in recent American history.