(NEW YORK) — New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says everyone must follow laws, but he won’t question his drivers’ judgment after video footage showed his official vehicle breaking several traffic laws as he sat in the front seat.
De Blasio said Monday that “no one is above the law.” But he says he won’t second-guess the police …
(WASHINGTON) — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says thousands of internal documents released publicly this week are “old news.”
Walker also added that while that investigation is closed, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s problems are “just beginning.”
Both Republicans are considering 2016 presidential runs.
Walker addressed the …
Hopes for a legislative overhaul are fading
It’s that time of year when elected officials, political junkies and the national press corps tune their antennae toward Capitol Hill for the State of the Union Address and opposition-party response. The Constitution requires the President to tell Congress where the country stands; more than 40 years of political tradition empower the
As retribution for not moving forward a favored development project
For the first time, more than half of congressional lawmakers are worth at least $1 million
Back in the capital, the President faces major battles in January, and beyond
In a largely symbolic battle over contraceptive coverage at the Supreme Court, the administration argues the nuns have no basis to claim their religious liberty is being infringed by Obamacare
Nineteen-year-old’s father will be the mayor of New York City beginning next week
The grandson and nephew of former presidents files to run for a statewide position in Texas