Just because he speaks feelingly about immigrants and the poor doesn't mean the Florida senator is going step away from the conservative war on science.
I think this one speaks for itself.
The small-government maven may face revanchism from some House Republicans.
The House minority leader says the former candidate doubled down on those comments on a conference call with donors this Wednesday.
The Florida Republican gives a glimpse of a way forward with Latinos. But to make it work, the GOP may have to abandon its law-and-order rhetoric.
Senator Amy Klobuchar described the scene as a record-high number of women senators gets ready to be seated in 2013.
The Romney aide reflects on where things went wrong with his candidate's polling.
The president says criticism of the U.N. ambassador over her role in the aftermath of the Libya incident is "outrageous."
These men got it wrong. And they're not afraid to say so.
The short version.
Yes, people put out false information and tweet incorrect things during major news events. There are ways to avoid being one of them.
He said he'd do it and now he has, by the power vested in him by the Constitution.
Or is it just the "Mad Men" effect? Two editors investigate.
The Republican presidential campaign's plan to hold a series of "relief" events in Ohio, Iowa, and Wisconsin after New York and New Jersey were devastated could backfire.
Of course, Halloween is right around the corner.
As Hurricane Sandy looms and flooding begins, the Republican presidential candidate's primary remarks are getting a second look.
Here's a state-by-state roundup on storm shutdowns or extensions at the polls.
Rape and abortion have become major flashpoints this election cycle because they are where incompatible views of women's place collide.
The HBO show creator and actress talks about her first time -- voting.
A bunch of gorgeous young women revive an old message: "You Don't Own Me."