Obama and House Republicans met yesterday. It looked real fun.
Before there were second-wave feminists, there were women's professional associations. The COO of Facebook is looking to combine the two models to help women lead.
The state's new law restricting abortions to the first 12 weeks is blatantly unconstitutional -- and not that different from what a lot of European nations have in place.
Uncle Sam's older, classier sister Columbia fell out of favor after women got the vote. Maybe it's time to bring her back.
According to a new study, the answer is no -- not by a long shot.
What it's like when the worst years of your life get rolled up into an Oscar-nominated documentary
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What Obama's really proposing is a massive ramp-up in programs to help the children of the poor and lower-middle class, not something for everyone.
O tempora, o mores! The Washington Examiner rounds up the senator's other awkward rehydration moments.
There's no clear path to a minimum-wage hike in today's Congress. So why did the president surprise members of his own party and bring it up in the State of the Union?
Human moments from the ridiculous to the heart-rending lept from the boilerplate at the State of the Union address and the GOP response to it.
The Florida Republican's efforts to situate himself within his immigrant community make him sound both more regional and more grounded than the average U.S. Senator.
Tidbits from the prepared for delivery version of Obama's speech.
Nobody loves workmanlike laundry lists, but four former presidential speechwriters say there's little hope for shorter speeches any time soon.
He's posed as a pirate and toiled on the funerals beat. Now he's taking over the task of writing the president's major addresses.
An impressive array of movement leaders rallies to defend Brent Bozell after American Crossroads spokesman Jonathan Collegio calls him a "hater."
A Super Bowl advertisement for Ram Trucks featuring excerpts from a Carter-era address to the Future Farmers of America Convention struck a chord with its religious imagery.
The same day The New York Times published a story on growing questions around whether Obama actually shot skeet, the White House released photographic proof.
From Warriors to Wall Street and No Wave to new money, the film-buff mayor oversaw a city transformed.