The Republican Senator says his answer is “irrelevant”
After President Obama speaks on Tuesday, the Republican Party will demonstrate — in triplicate — the challenges it faces in mounting a unified opposition
The Republican Senator’s plan involves centralizing anti-poverty funding and replacing the earned income credit
President Lyndon B. Johnson declared America’s “unconditional” War on Poverty fifty years ago Wednesday, setting up far-reaching government initiatives like Medicaid, a greatly expanded food stamp program, and federally
The politicians with the biggest successes and worst stumbles of the past year
Former Republican presidential nominee says the President lied to Americans when he told them they could keep their existing health-insurance plans
The response to the State of the Union is a lousy assignment. Considering the circumstances, Florida senator Marco Rubio did OK.
From the “no core” division of the Obama campaign’s messaging operation comes this new Web video, essentially a compendium of news reporters carping about Mitt Romney’s evasiveness on immigration policy:
Having fended off his rivals to capture the Republican presidential nomination, Mitt Romney now faces one of the critical moments of his candidacy: the selection of a running mate. Once a bureaucratic backwater, the role of the …
Now that Mitt Romney has, in an important psychological sense, clinched the Republican nomination, the conversation is turning to the question of his running mate. And everyone seems to agree that Florida Senator Marco Rubio is a …
In an interview for the upcoming cover story in TIME, Republican Senator Marco Rubio says he wants his party to adopt a new tone to appeal to Latino voters. Excerpts of that conversation follow.