James Comey’s testimony today wasn’t the end of the Russia investigation. Indeed, we are only at the beginning of the beginning, and it’s likely to get worse for the President before it gets better.
Republicans are finding that their constituents aren’t very happy about the passage of the American Health Care Act.
Republicans are saying that repealing the PPACA isn’t off the table, but practically speaking it probably is.
Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party is set to follow through on a campaign promise.
Budget hawks in the GOP face a showdown with Donald Trump’s spending ambitions this year that will likely decide whether we’ll ever get spending under control.
Independent of the current controversy surrounding President Trump’s immigration order, Republicans in Congress are looking at a plan to break up the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Top Republican donors are becoming increasingly concerned that Donald Trump isn’t paying enough attention to raising money for the General Election campaign.
Bernie Sanders swept the Western Caucuses on Saturday, but Hillary Clinton remains in control in the delegate count.
As expected, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton both scored big wins in Arizona, while Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders both continued to win caucus states.
Another big night for Donald Trump puts him another step closer to being the presumptive GOP nominee.
Donald Trump and Ted Cruz split the wins on ‘Super Saturday,’ while Marco Rubio and John Kasich continue to struggle for relevance in the 2016 race.
It seems increasingly apparent that the only way to stop Donald Trump now is by trying to force a contested convention. It also seems clear that such a plan probably wouldn’t succeed.
As expected, Donald Trump dominated Super Tuesday, putting himself one step closer to becoming the Republican nominee for President.
Good news for Jason Rezaian and four other Americans, and another example of how diplomacy can help resolve disputes that seemed irresolvable.
A leaked memo from a top Republican adviser tries to tell vulnerable Senate candidates how to deal with the possibility that they’ll be stuck with Trump on the top of the ticket.
The GOP “establishment” isn’t planning to take on Donald Trump directly and instead relying on Republican primary voters to come to their senses. They may be waiting for something that will never happen.
Syrian refugees have quickly become political footballs in the United States in the wake of the Paris attacks, and it’s become an exceedingly shameful display of pandering and fearmongering by a group of largely Republican politicians.
Yesterday, Paul Ryan spoke out against the procedure under which the new budget deal was negotiated. Today, he announced that he’ll vote for it anyway.
Paul Ryan is blasting the process that led to the new budget deal between the GOP and the White House, but one suspects he’s secretly quite pleased with the fact that it makes his job-to-be a lot easier.
With the top conservative caucus in Congress acquiescing to his candidacy, Paul Ryan is largely certain to become the next Speaker of the House.
Paul Ryan has never really wanted to be Speaker Of The House, but he’s take the job if House Republicans meet the conditions he’s set out.
The 2016 election will be fought on a very small battlefield, and right now the makeup of that battlefield heavily favors the Democrats.
A 1980 debate between Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush shows a different GOP.
Taxes on wine, beer, and spirits vary wildly from state-to-state and even within each state.
Tomorrow promises to be an historic day at the Supreme Court, but it’s been a long legal, political, and social battle.
Kentucky has offered the Supreme Court a defense of its ban on same-sex marriage that seems laughable.
Now that they control all of Congress, some Republicans are suddenly deciding that the filibuster should be repealed.
By refusing to stay the legalization of same-sex marriage in Alabama, the Supreme Court has sent the strongest signal yet that it is ready to legalize same-sex marriage nationwide.
The State Of The Union Address was more of the same, and the same will be true of Washington going forward.
The two decade long argument over same-sex marriage appears headed for its final legal showdown.
The GOP Senate Caucus seems to be split on whether or not to reinstate the filibuster for Presidential and Judicial appointments.
How will Republicans react if, as many expect, the Supreme Court legalizes same-sex marriage across the nation?
Texas has joined with 16 other states in a lawsuit against the Obama Administration over the President’s executive action on immigration. At first glance, it doesn’t appear to have much legal merit.
Voter Turnout was lower this year than in any midterm since the one held eleven months after the attack on Pearl Harbor.
An unsurprising ruling from the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals that only seems to bring closer the day when same-sex marriage will be legal nationwide.
The City of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho will not force two Christian ministers to open their wedding chapel business to same-sex wedding ceremonies.
A collision between marriage equality and religious liberty, but it seems clear that religious liberty should win this one.
The Supreme Court’s expansion of same-sex marriage seems to be sitting well with the American public.
In the space of one week, we’ve gone from 19 states that recognize same-sex marriage to 29. Soon, it will be 35.
Two more states are added to the list, with another three likely not far behind.