There were fireworks on the floor of the Senate last night, but it was really just politics as usual.
A woman who has been running for President for at least eight years is apparently having trouble explaining why she wants to be President.
He definitely wouldn’t appreciate it, but in some sense you can thank Robert Bork for the Supreme Court’s opinion in Obergefell v. Hodges.
Frustrated Republican health care staffers are leaving the Hill for lucrative positions on K Street.
Robert Bork, the controversial jurist whose failed Supreme Court bid ushered in a new climate in American politics, has died at 85.
The Catholic Church has fired a legal shot across the bow of the Affordable Care Act.
This morning’s unexpected death of Andrew Breitbart, the conservative muckraker, has sadly if unsurprisingly brought out a wave of nasty commentary.
Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown was a Tea Party darling when he picked up Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat last year, but he’s not embracing the movement as he prepares to run for re-election next year.
Even though it will likely be unsuccessful, a primary challenge against President Obama could end up harming him enough to hand Republicans the White House in 2012.
The first ad of the 2012 presidential cycle has aired, by some dentist touting Hillary Clinton. She’s not running. Could she?
Conservatives seem very eager for Hillary Clinton to get back on the campaign trial, but it’s not going to happen.