By David M. Drucker | 07/29/14 04:54 PM
As House Speaker John Boehner tries to build support among the Republican caucus for legislation to address the thousands of unaccompanied minors coming to the U.S. from Central America, his Democratic counterpart in the Senate has brought up the toxic issue of immigration reform.
By David M. Drucker | 07/29/14 11:35 AM
House Speaker John Boehner tried to end talk of impeaching President Obama on Tuesday, calling the notion a "scam" driven by Democrats.
By Sean Higgins | 07/29/14 10:35 AM
Four Republican lawmakers will be hit with Spanish-language ads during the Congress's August recess attacking them over their immigration stances, the Service Employees International Union said Tuesday.
By Byron York | 07/28/14 05:20 PM
For anyone who was around, it's hard to compare 1998 -- the year of the Lewinsky scandal, the Starr Report, and Bill Clinton's impeachment -- with any other year. Yet there are reasons both Republicans and Democrats are thinking about 1998 as they head into this fall's elections.
By Washington Examiner | 07/28/14 04:03 PM
Congress is scheduled to begin its August recess next week. In most years, August is a time when Americans can breathe easy as Washington politicians suspend their usual routines for a few weeks.
By Rebecca Berg | 07/28/14 03:46 PM
A lot of thought and planning goes into running for Senate, but those machinations often occur fully behind the scenes. But an early memo from one Senate campaign brings some of this strategy to light.
By Betsy Woodruff | 07/28/14 03:26 PM
A libertarian running for governor in Florida is looking to capitalize on the vestiges of Ron Paul's two presidential bids -- and that tactic might actually be working. Sort of.
By Steve Doty | 07/28/14 01:09 PM
Sen. Mark Warner and Republican challenger Ed Gillespie met over the weekend for the first debate in the 2014 Virginia Senate race.
By Mark Tapscott | 07/28/14 08:52 AM
Second-term presidents rarely achieve as much as they did during their four years in office, either because top aides tire tend to be off their political game or because of external events.
07/27/14 11:30 AM
CHICAGO (AP) — The Illinois governor candidates have been ridiculing each other's budget plans, with Republican Bruce Rauner accusing Gov. Pat Quinn of leading a "tax-happy" state and the Chicago Democrat countering that Rauner's proposal to cut income taxes will lead to painful cuts to...
By Timothy P. Carney | 07/26/14 10:00 PM
Give the lady points for boldness: Sen. Kay Hagan is blasting her Republican opponent for "sid[ing] with the special interests" because he opposes a corporate welfare agency that gives most of its subsidies to Hagan's campaign contributors.
07/26/14 07:45 PM
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. (AP) — Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Warner and Republican challenger Ed Gillespie had a heated exchange over women's health issues Saturday during their first debate, with Warner accusing Gillespie of wanting to "ban certain forms of common contraception." "This is...
By Blake Seitz | 07/25/14 01:46 PM
A humanitarian crisis is unfolding on the southern border. That this is so, no one disputes.
By Ashe Schow | 07/25/14 01:37 PM
Imagine the outrage if an intern for a Republican congressman sent tweets referring to women with derogatory words, discussing sexual acts or disparaging religion. Keep that outrage, wonder and then read on to learn about a Democratic intern.
By Becket Adams | 07/25/14 01:07 PM
First lady Michelle Obama called on donors Thursday evening to cut the "biggest, fattest" checks to the Democratic Party, warning that a failure to assist financially in the upcoming midterm elections could result in the death of "Hope and Change."
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