By Elliot Smilowitz | 11/29/13 07:55 AM
Politicians like Steve Daines, Mike Rounds and Shelley Moore Capito aren't household names to most Republicans. But they could be the keys to the GOP reclaiming the Senate in 2014.
By Tim Mak | 10/29/13 12:02 PM
On Oct. 24, the Washington Examiner's Tim Mak took a tour of Camp X-Ray, a temporary detention facility at Guantanamo Bay that housed dozens of suspected terrorists in the months immediately after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States.
By Elliot Smilowitz | 10/16/13 03:00 PM
The federal government shutdown, which looks nearly over on its 16th day, clocks in as the third-longest shutdown since the modern budgeting process began in 1976.
By Elliot Smilowitz | 10/02/13 11:19 AM
The current shutdown of the federal government is the 18th since the modern budgeting process began in 1976. Many lasted just days, but several dragged on through multiple weeks.
By Elliot Smilowitz | 09/05/13 05:07 AM
Political contribution records for owners of all 32 NFL teams, a look at which side spends the most, and whether politically active owners affect a team's success.
By Elliot Smilowitz | 08/17/13 06:48 AM
Plus: Republicans are set to squeeze CNN and NBC, the White House battles Senate liberals over the Fed chair, the former EPA head finds herself in the middle of a scandal, and a close look at the high-stakes Senate race in Arkansas.
07/25/13 10:18 AM
The Senate Majority Leader told Judy Woodruff of PBS NewsHour he agrees with the large majority of Americans who think Congress should be doing a better job and laid out some of his solutions.
By Byron York | 12/08/13
By Richard Pollock | 12/06/13
By Timothy P. Carney | 12/07/13
By Joel Gehrke | 12/09/13