By Philip Klein | 09/19/14 05:02 PM
Winston Churchill famously described an appeaser as "one who feeds a crocodile, hoping it will eat him last." Today, in a very different context, his remark captures the plight of the American pharmaceutical industry. Roughly five years after lobbyists for drugmakers worked to help pass...
By Mark Flatten | 09/16/14 03:47 PM
Nobody at the Department of Veterans Affairs linked to phony appointment logs or patient deaths has been fired, despite a hastily passed new law designed to make it easier to oust corrupt and inept federal managers.
By Rebecca Berg | 09/18/14 05:13 PM
Joni Ernst could be the first woman to represent Iowa in Congress, but she'll need to convince women voters to support her first.
By Susan Crabtree | 09/18/14 12:23 PM
Johnson spent his August and early September working with Republicans to try to win their support and talked with the Washington Examiner about the experience.
By Zack Colman | 09/12/14 01:07 PM
Thousands of railcars must be upgraded or demoted under proposed safety standards.
By Rebecca Berg | 09/12/14 01:32 PM
For a presidential candidate, being the heir to a political legacy can be a great boon, a heavy burden, or both.
By Michael Barone | 09/10/14 09:04 PM
Today's Republicans are largely united in opposition to the policies of the Obama administration, but they disagree on tactics.
By Michael Q. McShane | 09/06/14 02:46 PM
The world children are being prepared for in school is fundamentally different from the one that awaits them after graduation.
By Michael Barone | 09/06/14 01:51 PM
This is not what President Obama expected for his presidency. The world was not supposed to fall apart.
By Philip Klein | 09/06/14 01:38 PM
A growing number of Republican governors are caving in to Medicaid expansion through President Obama's healthcare law.
By Susan Crabtree | 09/06/14 02:31 PM
The oldest serving senator in one of the upper chamber's most-demanding jobs, she can afford to be independent and doesn't have to worry about re-election if she decides to run again.
By Charles Hoskinson | 09/06/14 01:56 PM
U.S. troops are back in the fight in Iraq, and the debate in Washington has shifted from how to end the current wars to whether to start a new one against a more deadly version of the same enemy.
By Joseph Lawler | 09/06/14 02:06 PM
Four years after the Dodd-Frank financial reform law passed Congress, most of its big regulatory provisions have been written. But that doesn't mean that the lobbying and politicking over the legislation is over.
By Susan Ferrechio | 09/06/14 01:46 PM
The growing threat from ISIS has forced both President Obama and Congress into a pre-election quandary of deciding whether to move forward with expanded military action.
By Richard Pollock | 09/06/14 02:31 PM
Vice President Joe Biden didn't get the customary airport tarmac welcome by the U.S. ambassador to Guatemala when he arrived in the Central American nation June 20.
By Byron York | 09/22/14
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