The Republican presidential candidate hasn't always avoided those who share Todd Akin's beliefs.
Republicans have been getting in trouble for asserting this since at least 1988 -- but anti-abortion politicians keep hauling out this old idea for a reason.
Conservatives and Tea Partiers are now complaining the president's private-sector oriented health-care overhaul didn't go far enough.
Fact-checkers are no longer enough: If lies are going to be repeated, the truth needs to be, too.
Ryan's legislative record shows him renaming post offices, honoring Ronald Reagan and Wisconsin, approving commemorative coins, and increasing the deficit.
The rebirth of Washington, D.C., and especially its U Street neighborhood, didn't happen by chance.
Move over Obama Girl: 2008's worshipful independent videos have given way disappointed and satirical takes.
The president tweets the news about the Curiosity landing.
Democrats retracted statements about the Republican megadonor, proving that you can't actually just say anything in politics, even if it sometimes seems that way.
Harry Reid says an anonymous Bain investor told him Romney paid no taxes for 10 years. But people who've seen the returns say otherwise.
The former president praised Palestinian industriousness during a visit a Riyadh, saying, "I have never met a poor Palestinian in the United States."
He's been citing the same tomes for at least five years, but the conservative case for the primacy of culture sits poorly on the international stage.
Gallup's latest survey reveals a GOP message geared to exactly what people are most concerned about.
Gays have a positive impact on home values in liberal areas. But in conservative ones, same-sex couples drag down prices -- probably because people don't want to live near them.
Democrats are even less enthusiastic about voting for Obama than Republicans were about reelecting Bush in 2004.
On Sunday, President Obama visited with the injured in Aurora, Colo., and spoke of a young woman whose presence of mind and courage kept her friend alive.
The way mass casualty stories unfold in America has taken on a chilling familiarity.
Live News from Channel 9 in Denver and eyewitness videos from people on the scene early this morning as the theater was evacuated.
The president says he is "shocked and saddened by the horrific and tragic shooting in Colorado" and vows "justice" for perpetrator.
The worlds of major finance and capital are as weird and skeezy as politics, but they're just so much less transparent that people rarely see what goes on.