New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo shot down a report that he is privately telling aides and supporters that he will not seek the White House if former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton runs for the presidency.
A wave of Democratic stalwarts are leaving the Senate next year
The White House confirmed that the Syrian regime has used the chemical weapon sarin, a possible sign that Syria has crossed President Barack Obama’s “red line” that would change U.S. policy towards the war-torn country.
Two Twitter accounts belonging to the Associated Press were hacked Tuesday afternoon, with a false tweet about explosions at the White House sending the Dow Jones Industrial Average briefly down one percent.
The people in charge of managing the sequester—the Office of Management and Budget—are themselves being furloughed because of it
Critics of immigration reform are already invoking the marathon bombing suspects as a reason to slow the Senate’s controversial immigration bill
For good and ill, Internet amateurs are on the Boston bombing case
Stoned faced and curt, the President used unusually pointed words to criticize the 45 Senators, including four Democrats, who successfully defeated the bill…
The White House confirms the president will attend interfaith service for marathon victims
Obama confirms that the Boston marathon bombing was an “act of terrorism.”
Republican leaders left a party confab in Los Angeles last week in agreement that they can no longer be “the party of no.” They were less clear on what to say “yes” to.
The Republican National Committee voted unanimously Friday to reaffirm the party’s commitment to upholding the definition of marriage as between one man and one woman, upending party efforts to grow support among younger voters.
Republican leaders plotted their party’s political comeback on Thursday with plans to court minority voters and modernize their political operations. But some wondered if one person could make it all for naught: Hillary Clinton.