In eight years, through two presidential campaigns and in the White House, Obama has repeatedly cribbed his own 2005 speech
It’s shaping up to be an unpleasant 2014 for Democrats in the U.S. Senate
Propelled by high name identification and weeks of incessant media coverage, the pair of once disgraced pols is pulling off what seemed impossible a few short years ago: a political comeback
EMILY’s List hopes to brand Florida Senator Marco Rubio as anti-women ahead of the 2016 elections
The effects of sequestration and payments from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac gave the U.S. Treasury its largest monthly surplus since before the financial crisis.
It looks like everything is aligned for Rick Perry to be the Republican nominee for president in 2016
Will Americans buy a plan they don’t love?
The campaigns of Republican Ken Cuccinelli and Democrat Terry McAuliffe both claim to be focused on positive messages about growing the economy and creating jobs in the Old Dominion. But nobody believes them.
Amid the storm’s destruction, residents are working hard to find their most precious keepsakes
Federal assistance, insurance claims and neighborly aid are helping residents of the Oklahoma City suburb begin to rebuild their broken lives