Anthony Weiner’s run for a renaissance is officially on.
In the news: Oklahoma’s tornadoes, a new L.A. mayor, the IRS drawout, Rubio vs. Cruz, Anthony Weiner’s run, weaseling out of Obamacare, Fox News’ phone records, and sequester part 2
The mayoral contest saw record spending — over $30 million overall.
Congressional Republicans are torn between their desire to help the reeling residents of Moore, Okla., with their recent zeal for deficit reduction.
Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, was welcomed to Washington Tuesday like a conquering corporate hero, not the boss of a firm that has found all sorts of ways to dodge the US Tax Code.
Ten Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee joined with three Republicans in support of a sweeping deal that will go to the floor in June.
Underdog candidate for NJ governor Barbara Buono fights for some name recognition in new ad
Remarks provided by the White House Press Office
“Our prayers are with the people of Oklahoma today,” Obama said, “and we’ll back up those prayers with deeds for as long as it takes.”
Here are four things you need to know as Apple CEO Tim Cook faces a Capitol Hill grilling today.
Brandon Morgan wanted to get up early to chase tornadoes…
In the news: the Oklahoma tornado, Apple, IRS scam, a Bain liberal SuperPAC, and the Benghazi official who lost his job speaks out
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney started a new week much as he ended the last one—under assault from all sides of the White House press corps