By Susan Crabtree | 07/02/14 04:19 PM
Anxiety over the turmoil in Iraq disrupting oil output is easing as Iraqi forces push back against the Sunni extremist insurgency, but long-term fears remain that the instability could cause painful aftershocks -- especially if it scares off multinational oil companies that had begun investing in...
By Joseph Lawler | 07/01/14 03:08 PM
Despite the rhetoric, the "border crisis" in the Rio Grande Valley is a relatively minor one, in terms of numbers.
By Susan Ferrechio | 07/02/14 04:18 PM
In the battle to renew the Export-Import Bank, Senate Democrats are lining up behind the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, while many Republicans are in sympathy with Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren, the iconic foe of crony capitalism.
By Brian Hughes | 07/02/14 05:23 PM
President Obama's decision to go it alone on immigration reform ignited a debate that won't be decided until November: Is he guilty of executive overreach or a principled reformer forced to act by Washington gridlock?
By Rebecca Berg | 07/02/14 04:11 PM
Hillary Clinton is still many months from announcing whether she will run for president in 2016 -- but, for a potential running mate, it's never too early to start cozying up.
By Brian Hughes | 07/02/14 12:11 PM
Julian Castro has both a blessing and a curse: He's President Obama's pick to be secretary of Housing and Urban Development, but most people are focused on what job he'll take after HUD.
By David M. Drucker | 07/01/14 07:40 PM
In many ways, Sen. John McCain has followed the path laid out by Sen. Ted Kennedy after his unsuccessful attempt to wrest the Democratic nomination from Jimmy Carter in 1980.
By Philip Klein | 07/02/14 05:54 PM
Despite the controversy it has generated, the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in the Hobby Lobby case was rather straightforward. The Religious Freedom Restoration Act, passed nearly unanimously in 1993 by a Democratic-controlled U.S. Congress and signed into law by President Clinton, set up certain...
By Michael Barone | 07/02/14 04:50 PM
Seldom in American history has the Supreme Court unanimously rejected positions advocated by presidents' administrations.
By Sean Lengell | 07/02/14 04:04 PM
The Supreme Court ended its term with the most unanimous rulings and fewest split decisions in decades, suggesting an easing of the sharp and often bitter ideological divisions between the justices in recent years. But such an assumption is risky and probably wrong.
By Timothy P. Carney | 07/01/14 03:39 PM
If the views on display outside the Supreme Court and on the Internet this week are widely held on the Left, we're in for a long, ugly culture war.
By Washington Examiner | 07/01/14 03:58 PM
As part of his plan for shifting immigration enforcement, administration officials signaled that President Obama intends to expand his policy of deferring deportation for young people who entered the U.S. illegally as children.
By Noemie Emery | 07/01/14 03:49 PM
Years before Operation Chaos occurred to Rush Limbaugh, I had been voting strategically in New York. Here's how it all came about.
By Byron York | 06/30/14 06:49 PM
What, exactly, is President Obama going to do about the flood of unaccompanied children illegally crossing the southwestern border into the United States? So far, the White House has given many clues but few details, and when the president took to the Rose Garden to make a statement Monday, he...
By Sean Higgins | 06/30/14 06:31 PM
Pam Harris, the lead plaintiff in the Supreme Court case Harris v. Quinn, was watching the news Monday with some of her co-plaintiffs when the announcement came that they had won. As the verdict was being read, one of the co-plaintiffs whispered into Harris' ear, "It looks like they knocked on...
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