It looks like everything is aligned for Rick Perry to be the Republican nominee for president in 2016
Disgraced by ties to a prostitution ring, the former governor announced his candidacy for New York City comptroller angling to challenge Wall Street once again
War of words could foreshadow race for governor
Women involved in sex scandals live in ignominy, while the men are elevated to higher heights
As the IRS scandal reached its fifth day, President Barack Obama announced Wednesday that IRS acting commissioner Steven Miller has resigned his post, the first casualty of what will be a lengthy investigation.
All right. everyone take a deep breath. Now exhale.
Choosing to use investigative tools Justice has resisted in the past, investigators not only went with the subpoena, they did it without notifying the AP.
A wave of Democratic stalwarts are leaving the Senate next year
Five presidents gather for first time in four years
The debate grows over anti-terror reforms in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing
The White House on Tuesday threatened a veto against a House bill intended to improve cybersecurity through information-sharing, warning lawmakers that changes need to be made to protect privacy and civil liberties.
Republican leaders left a party confab in Los Angeles last week in agreement that they can no longer be “the party of no.” They were less clear on what to say “yes” to.
Republican leaders plotted their party’s political comeback on Thursday with plans to court minority voters and modernize their political operations. But some wondered if one person could make it all for naught: Hillary Clinton.