New York City’s departing mayor will leave the city largely improved, but inequality, racial tension and political fatigue have primary voters looking for a different kind of leader
The Anti-Bloomberg Surges in New York Mayoral Race
One week before the primary election, rivals pile on the unlikely front-runner Bill de Blasio
New Effort To Tar Marco Rubio As Anti-Woman
EMILY’s List hopes to brand Florida Senator Marco Rubio as anti-women ahead of the 2016 elections
Hypocrisy Abounds As Senate Teeters Again On Nuclear Brink
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid plans to meet Thursday with his fellow Democrats to discuss taking extraordinary measures—commonly called the “Nuclear Option”—that would do away with filibusters of some of the …
Filibustering Days Over, Wendy Davis Faces a Big Decision
As Rick Perry steps down, Texas Democrats are counting on the woman in pink sneakers
Can Anyone Stop Rick Perry in 2016?
It looks like everything is aligned for Rick Perry to be the Republican nominee for president in 2016
After Sex Scandal, Eliot Spitzer Makes a Comeback
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
Texas Tussle: Rick Perry Jabs Wendy Davis After Abortion Filibuster
War of words could foreshadow race for governor
Weiner Leads in Polls While His Sext Recipients Get Harassed. Double Standard, Anyone?
Women involved in sex scandals live in ignominy, while the men are elevated to higher heights
IRS Head Resigns His Post
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.
The Obama Administration Scandals
All right. everyone take a deep breath. Now exhale.
Scrambling To Find AP Leaker, Obama’s Administration Vindicates Bush
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.
How the Republicans Can Take Back the Senate in 2014
A wave of Democratic stalwarts are leaving the Senate next year