As the world bid farewell to Nelson Mandela, the most revered figure of our time, Washington kept its focus on the things that really matter:
Rep. Steve Stockman's moment as a viable Senate candidate lasted exactly 13 hours, 47 minutes.
It was like going into the belly of the beast.
History will record that on Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013, the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary met to consider the impeachment of Barack Hussein Obama.
Republicans are opposed to President Obama's deal with the Iranians — whatever it is.
Is the Obama White House airbrushing history?
"Congress is broken," Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Thursday before holding a party-line vote that disposed of rules that have guided and protected the chamber since 1789.
House Republican leaders could not have been more blatant in their attempts to frighten Americans if they had emerged from their weekly meeting wearing hockey masks and carrying chainsaws.
His signature initiative is on the ropes — Down in the count! Fourth and long! — but President Obama remains strangely sportsmanlike.
Two months ago, polls showed Democrat Kay Hagan leading prospective opponents by double digits in her quest for a second term representing North Carolina in the Senate.
It did not sound good for Sen. Pat Toomey.
Near the end of his new book, "Days of Fire," my friend and former colleague Peter Baker recounts a moment in the White House Situation Room in 2008 when President George W.
If Ken Cuccinelli loses his bid to be the next governor of Virginia on Tuesday, as polls suggest he will, the date of the Republican defeat will be traced back to May 18.
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