Newly leaked documents about the government’s response to the Benghazi attacks raise more questions than they answer.
Congressional Republicans vow an investigation into “thuggish” focus on conservative political groups.
A strange Twitter kerfuffle on a slow news day reveals the perils of the new-media landscape for politicians
Instead of a news cycle or two of pundits chewing over whether it’s fair game for the most powerful Republican in the U.S. to attack a would-be opponent for suffering from depression, the story has become a scandal about a …
Senator Mitch McConnell wishes to know how “Mother Jones” obtained an audio recording of a private meeting where aides ripped potential opponent Ashley Judd
Priebus issues statement after young Republicans denounce official’s citation of anti-gay article
Ex-Congressman Bob Ney’s new book is an odd mix of self-help and Boehner hate.
Four reasons why Republicans are still talking about the “massive cover-up”
In the blame game with the President over impending cuts, Republicans are trying to push the label “Obamaquester.” The word isn’t likely to last—and doesn’t help Washington’s reputation either.
Jackson, 47, was charged Friday with conspiracy to commit wire fraud, mail fraud and making false statements. He faces five years in prison and fines of $250,000 if convicted.
Salomon Melgen’s X-ray company stood to gain $500 million if Senator Menendez succeeded in freeing up a contract with the State Department
Soon after he took office, Obama purposefully stopped using one of his predecessor’s catchphrases. His refusal to say “war on terror” became a battering ram for conservatives, one now being used to oppose John Brennan as CIA Director.
When was the last time you sent an e-mail you wouldn’t want to see posted on the Smoking Gun? A message about your finances? A complaint about the way that friend was behaving last night? A sweet nothing to a new someone? An …