Get ready for more hearings if Hillary Clinton becomes President.
Get ready for more hearings if Hillary Clinton becomes President.
Republican candidates for the Senate and House are campaigning on the argument that they will be a bulwark against a Clinton Presidency.
Two weeks before Election Day, everything seems to be going Hillary Clinton’s way.
House Republicans are vowing to continue their investigations even if Hillary Clinton wins the White House.
John McCain is bidding for a sixth term in office, with a challenge from the right in tomorrow’s primary and Donald Trump at the top of the ticket in November.
Don’t be fooled into thinking that the election is “over,” because it isn’t.
Despite a year of utter failure, one group of Republicans apparently still thinks they can deny Donald Trump the Republican nomination.
A new poll finds strong public support for enhanced background checks and barring people on Federal watch lists from purchasing weapons.
Given the consequences of a Brexit, one wonders why the referendum didn’t require more than just a simple majority to pass.
Donald Trump has almost no cash on hand. That doesn’t bode well for his campaign going forward.
A new poll shows that public opinion about Donald Trump is at the lowest point its been since he entered the race. That bodes poorly for Trump, and for the the political party that has chosen to nominate him for President.
The relatively unknown candidate that Bill Kristol floated as the “Never Trump” alternative has announced he’s not running for President.
With two former Republican governors running under its banner, is there such a thing as a “Libertarian Party”?
Donald Trump has announced that he would not be self-funding the General Election campaign. That’s probably because he really couldn’t afford to do so.
With Donald Trump now destined to become the GOP nominee, some Republican insiders are trying to put together another ‘too little, too late’ strategy to stop him.
A Federal Court has ruled that the Administration violated the law when it spent funds allocated under the PPACA for purposes other than those authorized by Congress.
The Supreme Court heard oral argument in the case challenging the President’s deportation relief plan, but it’s unlikely we’ll see a ruling on the merits.
A Connecticut Judge has allowed a lawsuit against the manufacturer and seller of the weapons used in the Sandy Hook Shootings to go forward, but a Federal Law appears to make dismissal inevitable.
Paul Ryan takes himself out of contention as a potential Republican nominee.
If Donald Trump is the Republican nominee, the GOP may have more to worry about than losing the White House and the Senate.
By the end of the night, we’re likely to be in an entirely new phase of the race for both the Republican and Democratic nominations.
Michael Bloomberg announced today that he’s not running for President, but he came awfully close to getting into the race.
A new poll shows Donald Trump with historically low support for a Republican from Latino voters. That’s a recipe for electoral disaster.
If last night’s debate is any indication, Hillary Clinton’s campaign is about to get much more aggressive in its critique of Bernie Sanders.
Donald Trump is back on top, but the field below him remains as confused as ever.
A look at the history behind the ideology driving the standoff in Oregon.
The final spending bill for the 2016 Fiscal Year sailed through Congress today, marking the end of a very successful first two months in office for Speaker Paul Ryan
The Supreme Court heard oral argument today in a case that could have big implications for redistricting, and the make-up of state legislatures and the House of Representatives.
Disturbing reports over the weekend that American leaders may not be getting the kind of unbiased intelligence analysis about ISIS that they need to make decisions.
With little actual debate and despite Paul Ryan’s promise of a return to ‘regular order,’ the House has passed a hastily drafted bill in response to the largely fear-based response to Syrian refugees in the wake of the Paris attacks.
Remarks by a Democratic politician in Virginia regarding the Administration’s Syrian refugee program have brought up disturbing reminders of a shameful time in American history.
The Supreme Court is now considering a case that deals with the problem of overly broad civil asset forfeiture laws and a Defendant’s right to counsel under the Sixth Amendment.
Kentucky Governor-Elect is backing a change in state law that would eliminate the problems created when Kim David refused to issue marriage license to same-sex couples.
President Obama’s executive action on immigration suffered another setback in court late yesterday.
Well this could be a game changer.
Forget about Congress, the real story going forward is likely to be Republican dominance of state legislatures nationwide.
Paul Ryan’s admission that immigration reform will not happen as long as Barack Obama is President simply reflects the reality of immigration politics in Congress.
With only a handful of opposition, Paul Ryan was easily elected the 62nd Speaker of the House.
A new poll shows that the Tea Party movement is more unpopular than it has ever been before, even among Republicans and conservatives.
The Department of Justice has informed Congress that its investigation has found no basis for criminal charges arising out of the targeting of conservative organizations by IRS officials evaluating applications for tax-exempt status.
With the voting now seemingly a mere formality, the question becomes what kind of Speaker of the House Paul Ryan will become.
With the top conservative caucus in Congress acquiescing to his candidacy, Paul Ryan is largely certain to become the next Speaker of the House.
What will likely be the apex of the House Select Committee’s investigation of the Benghazi attack begins and ends today with the testimony of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
With Congress set to come back from its recess, attention is once again turning to the race for Speaker and one Paul Ryan, Congressman from Wisconsin.
Another political earthquake in Washington as Kevin McCarthy drops out of the race for Speaker, and the House GOP doesn’t seem to know which way to go.
Quietly, Florida Senator Marco Rubio has been moving close to the front f the race for the Republican Presidential nomination.
The marriage equality issue is resolved, but that doesn’t mean the Supreme Court won’t have a lot of high profile cases on its docket over the next eight months.