Press group upset at photographers being routinely blocked from presidential events
After Democratic National Communications Director Mo Elleithee proclaimed last week that the Democrats are “eager and proud” to run on Obamacare in 2014, the Republicans tried an experiment.
5 million people are currently cleared to see classified information
Senate Democrats pushed through a historic change to the chamber’s rules on Thursday, doing away with filibusters on executive appointments and most judicial nominations in a bid to ease the gridlock gripping the chamber.
Sen. John McCain’s proposal doesn’t go far enough for Majority Leader Harry Reid
In the news: Iran nuclear talks, U.S. and Afghanistan agreement, and this week’s TIME: Obama’s Race for the Cure
The grandson and nephew of former presidents files to run for a statewide position in Texas
A diatribe against Israel and the U.S. stokes fears about whether Iran can be trusted
The Wyoming Senate candidate talks to TIME
Jan. 1 deadline for key part of combat readiness put on hold indefinitely
Florida Republican Rep. Trey Radel announced Wednesday he would take a leave of absence from Congress and seek medical treatment hours after he pled guilty to a misdemeanor cocaine possession charge. Radel added that he would donate his salary to charity while away from his duties.
“I have let my constituents, my country and my …
The widening feud between Palin and NBC claims Matt Lauer as collateral damage
South Carolina junior Republican Sen. Tim Scott declined Wednesday to endorse his state’s senior senator, fellow Republican Lindsey Graham, underscoring persistent tea party skepticism of Graham ahead of his reelection bid.
“You just mentioned Lindsey Graham, the great Lindsey Graham of your state, are you supporting him for …