By Steve Chapman | 08/14/14 07:00 PM
Hillary Clinton will inevitably disappoint her liberal supporters if she takes the White House in 2016.
By Steve Doty | 08/14/14 02:03 PM
Hosting a party's convention is an economic shot in the arm for any city, but what does it mean for the political party's chances in that state?
By R. Emmett Tyrrell | 08/14/14 10:15 AM
After being a radical, then a liberal, then a hawk, Hillary's latest face is that of a full-fledged neo-con.
By Mark Tapscott | 08/14/14 09:04 AM
For reasons that remain inexplicable to this day -- if only because they are rarely, if ever, discussed -- Congress was transformed from an assembly of private citizens devoting a few years to serving their fellow citizens to a host of career politicians critics see as mostly serving themselves.
By Michael Barone | 08/13/14 12:53 PM
Hillary Clinton, like her husband, has a very wide range of stands she finds acceptable, depending on timing and circumstances. President Obama's range of acceptable positions has been far narrower.
By Betsy Woodruff | 08/13/14 11:06 AM
After Tuesday's primary, the Wisconsin Republican now faces one of the most high-profile Democratic opponents of his career, as well as his third election in just four years.
By Paul Bedard | 08/13/14 10:34 AM
Six years after running for vice president, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has been eclipsed by the Tea Party generation's Sens. Ted Cruz and Rand Paul in a 2016 presidential preference poll.
By Susan Crabtree | 08/13/14 09:50 AM
The event comes shortly after Clinton criticized the president's handling of Syria and his overall approach to his foreign policy decision-making in an interview.
By Noemie Emery | 08/12/14 04:59 PM
If a reliable weather vane exists today in American politics, it is likely to be Mrs. Bill Clinton, now making her last bid to become the first female president and desperately eager to do nothing whatsoever to turn voters off.
By Philip Klein | 08/12/14 04:50 PM
But the more she tries to argue that she recommended a different policy approach than the one that was actually pursued, the more she comes across looking like a figurehead who had no real influence within the administration.
08/12/14 04:30 PM
NEW YORK (AP) — Mayor Bill de Blasio is making a final appeal for the Democrats to choose Brooklyn for their 2016 convention. De Blasio, who took office in January, said Tuesday that the city had the mass transit system needed to host the more than 30,000 people expected to attend. He also...
08/12/14 02:36 PM
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – On Friday, the Republican National Committee unanimously voted to officially select Cleveland to host the 2016 Republican National Convention. “I am beyond thrilled to announce Cleveland as the official site for the Republican National Convention in 2016,” said...
By Becket Adams | 08/12/14 11:56 AM
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would like you to think that she is now at odds with the White House over how best to resolve the crises in Iraq and Syria.
By Steve Doty | 08/12/14 08:08 AM
The Democratic National Committee has begun looking at different sites for the party's 2016 convention. Among the five cities being considered are Philadelphia and New York City.
By Philip Klein | 08/11/14 04:41 PM
If history has taught us anything, especially when it comes to foreign policy, it's that Hillary Clinton doesn't have positions -- she has positioning.
By Luke Rosiak | 08/21/14
By David Freddoso | 08/20/14
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By Byron York | 08/18/14
By Betsy Woodruff | 08/21/14