After their initial dust up in 2010, Rand Paul and Rachel Maddow are trading blows once again, this time over the Senator’s alleged plagiarism
Reiterates legislative priorities in weekly address
In commentary published on Saturday by the conservative website Breitbart.com, former Alaska governor and vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin lets loose against Republicans who she sees as too soft in the fight against …
Hillary Clinton wrestles with the decision to run for President and is not in a hurry to announce her plans anytime soon, according to an interview in “New York” magazine
The fight over the Affordable Care Act has once again been put front-and-center in Washington, only this time, Republicans are taking opposing sides in the argument.
Who are the other top earners among Washington’s one percent?
This morning on NBC’s Today Show, Chris Christie reacted to being on the brand new cover of TIME. The full cover story will be available on time.com later today and on newsstands Friday.
Sometimes the toughest races are between two candidates who have everything in common.
TIME’s photo editors bring you the best photos of the past week, from the Beltway and beyond
TIME’s photo editors bring you the best photos of the past week, from the Beltway and beyond.
These White House contenders give historical fiction a whole new meaning. TIME breaks down nine egregious examples of the type of revisionist flub you can expect in 2012
With President Obama and House Speak Boehner meeting up for a round of golf on Saturday, TIME looks back at the game’s ubiquitous presence in politics for the last century
I received this photo today from Major Korey Brown of the 1/12. It shows Captain Jeremiah Ellis receiving a medal from his commanding officer, Lieutenant Colonel Reik Anderson, in the courtyard of the Pir Mohammed School. I’ll be updating the situation in Senjaray in a few days.