After months of hinting that interest rates would be rising this month, signs of economic weakness led the Federal Reserve to hold back.
With the exception of Rand Paul, the foreign policy discussion at last night’s debate was about as bad as you’d expect.
The latest effort by conservative Republicans to oust John Boehner appears to be coming to an unsurprising end.
The Republican candidates for President took to the stage last night for a debate that seemed to last forever and accomplished nothing.
What was promoted as major foreign policy speech by Donald Trump turned out to be more substance-free stream-of-consciousness rambling from an egomaniac.
A Texas 9th Grader named Ahmed Mohammed was arrested because school officials and police refused to believe that the clock he built wasn’t a bomb.
Polling shows that Republicans increasingly see Donald Trump as Presidential and trustworthy. The rest of America disagrees.
Even taking the fact that he is the Republican frontrunner into account, Donald Trump is getting a disproportionate amount of attention from the political media.
With two weeks left until the Federal Government runs out of money, and the issue still quite unresolved, a new poll shows that the vast majority of Americans would oppose a government shutdown over funding for Planned Parenthood.
Ben Carson has no government experience, he has a history of saying things that don’t seem grounded in reality, and he lacks the resources for a credible campaign. And yet, he’s closing in on Donald Trump in the polls.
To listen to many of the Republican candidates for President, it would appear that the lights have been turned out on Ronald Reagan’s shining city on a hill.
Rowan County, Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis says she won’t interfere in the issuance of marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Donald Trump and Ben Carson remain at the top of the Republican Presidential field heading into the second debate on Wednesday.
Contrary to his claims, Donald Trump would not win the Latino vote if he were the nominee. In fact, it looks like he’d end up doing much, much worse.
California’s legislature has approved a bill that would legalize physician assisted suicide in the nation’s largest state.
Britain’s Labour Party has taken a hard tilt left with the election of Jeremy Corbyn as leader.
Scott Walker used to have a commanding lead in Iowa, now he’s in 7th place. That’s just another sign of the troubles facing his campaign.
Vice-President Biden dropped another hint that suggests he might not be up to running for President.
Senate Democrats successfully blocked a final vote on the Iran Nuclear Deal, meaning that Congressional debate on the matter is effectively over.
Bernie Sanders has jumped ahead of Hillary Clinton in the Hawkeye State.
Donald Trump is back to hurling insults at his opponents, but it’s unlikely his supporters are going to care.
A Federal Judge has ruled that part of a lawsuit filed by the House of Representatives can go forward, but the legal battle is far from over.
A controversial article arguing prominent war critics should be targeted as enemy combatants is worth discussing.
Some House Republicans are trying to delay the vote on the Iran Nuclear Deal with an argument that has no merit whatsoever.
A new poll shows that the vast majority of Americans oppose Kim Davis’s refusal to follow the law, even while some Republican candidates rally behind her.
Speaker John Boehner seems likely to see another leadership threat from fellow Republicans this fall.
Rowan County, Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis is being released from jail, but it may end up being a very short reprieve.
At least on paper, Senate Democrats now have enough votes to block the Senate from voting on a resolution disapproving of the Iran Nuclear Deal.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign is doing a reset in the face of declining poll numbers and bad press.
Bernie Sanders continues to cause Hillary Clinton problems, and Joe Biden could cause more if he enters the race.
A teenager in North Carolina is facing serious criminal charges in another absurd overreaction to teenager “sexting.”
A trial court Judge in Oregon is the latest public official to refuse to do his job.
The 2016 election will be fought on a very small battlefield, and right now the makeup of that battlefield heavily favors the Democrats.
Most of the Republican candidates for President would rather support a lawbreaker than the Rule of Law. The American people should judge them accordingly.
In a speech in Florida, Joe Biden spoke about his possible run for the White House, and gave a very big hint that he’s leaning toward staying out of the race.
The August Jobs Report was positive, but weak, calling into question the Federal Reserve’s apparent plan to raise interest rates this month.
In an interview, Donald Trump reveals that when it comes to foreign policy he has no idea what he’s talking about.