Who says the campaign season ends?
Sen. Marco Rubio had a dry mouth during the Republican Address to the Nation, leading to an awkward, off-screen grab for a Poland Spring bottle. UPDATE: Rubio responds.
The response to the State of the Union is a lousy assignment. Considering the circumstances, Florida senator Marco Rubio did OK.
There was a lot of interesting feedback about my Marco Rubio cover story, most of it about stuff that wasn’t in the story. The writer responds.
Marco Rubio wants to sell the GOP on a path to citizenship for undocumented Americans. So why is his mom calling?
Amid President Obama’s call to postpone the pain of sequestration, signs that a solution may be elusive.
According to the Boston Herald, Brown will not run for Senate in the special election to succeed John Kerry. Massachusetts holds their gubernatorial election in 2014. UPDATE: Brown confirms.
Yesterday Kerry said goodbye to the Senate in a wide-ranging speech on partisan gridlock, comity, the media, money in politics, and what made him love public service.
Republicans’ short-term suspension of the debt limit is a tactical retreat, but it sets up another budget showdown very soon.
Today the U.S. Congress will vote on an unconstitutional proposal to stop paying themselves a salary if the cannot get their act together. Surely there must be a better way to self-flagellate. Actually, there are at least five.
In a strategic withdrawal, House Republicans announce plans to pass a short-term debt-limit extension
Republicans are now talking about raising the debt ceiling, but just for a month or two. That would open up a number of key Fiscal Cliff 2 questions.
It’s been Washington’s worst kept secret: Just what new gun regulations will Barack Obama and Joe Biden recommend in the wake of the Sandy Hill Elementary mass shooting?