The project that has been on-again, off-again since 2008 seems to be off for good.
President-Elect Biden is planning a big first few days, Congress be damned.
States can punish Electors who substitute their judgment for those of the voters.
Colorado Senator Michael Bennet is the latest entrant into the race for the Democratic nomination for President, and the field isn’t done growing.
President Trump’s latest attack on the Federal Judiciary prompted a rare rebuke from the Chief Justice of the United States.
A major legislative defeat for Paul Ryan, the House GOP, and President Trump.
President Trump reverses a decision made by President Obama just over a year ago.
A new Gallup poll shows public approval of Congress once again approaching historic lows, but it means far less than anyone thinks.
To no real surprise, the Obama Administration has rejected the application to approve the Keystone XL Pipeline. It is likely to remain an issue in the upcoming Presidential campaign, though.
Another piece of news that all but guarantees the fate of the Keystone XL project will not be resolved before President Obama leaves office.
A political earthquake north of the border.
Hillary Clinton has started to distance herself from President Obama on some issues. It’s an understandable strategy, but it carries many risks.
Obama’s first Secretary of State has come out against Obama’s Trans Pacific Partnership.
New allegations regarding foreign government donations to the Clinton Foundation seem likely to become a campaign issue.
As expected, President Obama has vetoed the bill that would have authorized the Keystone XL Pipeline.
President Obama’s decision on Keystone XL is apparently to delay things long enough so he doesn’t have to decide at all.
Just one day into the new Congress, the first confrontation is already set.
A crushing but expected defeat for a veteran Democrat.
The Keystone XL pipeline bill is dead until the next Senate. Mary Landrieu’s political career, on the other hand, is basically dead for the foreseeable future.
Approval of the Keystone XL pipeline will likely pass the Senate today, and will eventually go forward despite an expected Presidential veto. But, Mary Landrieu’s political career is still dead.
Mary Landrieu’s Keystone XL Hail Mary isn’t going to save her.
2014 was not supposed to be a wave election, but it clearly qualifies as one.
Could the GOP offer a positive governing agenda if they controlled Congress?
If Republicans win the Senate, what we’ve seen for the past three years could end up seeming tame by comparison.
Once again, the Obama Administration punts on the Keystone XL Pipeline.
Contrary to the White House’s arguments, negotiating over the debt ceiling is not at all historically unprecedented.
The outlines of a possible new GOP proposal are emerging. Can it go anywhere?
Republicans reportedly have another plan to get what they want on Obamacare and other issues.
Prices are rising at the pump, and the candidates for President are starting to notice.
Rising prices at the pump could lead to problems at the voting booth.
Mitch Daniels got the unenviable task of responding to the State Of The Union Address last night.
The Obama Administration has halted, for the moment, a pipeline project that has become a political football.
Higher gas prices in the spring could have an impact on the economy, and the election.
Thanks to their own ineptitude, House Republicans suffered a big defeat this week. They totally deserved it.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has set the House GOP adrift.
Some Republicans are starting to realize just how badly the House GOP has messed up this time.
The House GOP doesn’t seem to have any idea what it’s doing right now.