At a policy summit in Washington, Paul Ryan tried to smooth out wrinkles in the Republican Party, and steer House members toward leadership.
The former vice president’s daughter is taking a second shot at Wyoming politics after a disastrous Senate run left her branded a carpetbagger. Why her campaign for the House might have better luck.
This election season has been notably free of the vitriolic attacks on candidates’ spouses that have marred recent races.
The politics of an election year present new challenges—even for legislation that might otherwise sail through.
Her campaign-trail dig at Bernie Sanders drew fire from Americans unwilling to surrender their memories of the First Daughter.
The House speaker has put the issue atop his agenda, but he’ll first have to overcome apathy within his party.
Conservatives in the U.S. House of Representatives are gearing up for a new year of making noise—but it’s not clear they’ll get anywhere.
Technology has made cheating on your spouse, or catching a cheater, easier than ever. How digital tools are aiding the unfaithful and the untrusting—and may be mending some broken marriages.
Many pundits give the Texas governor slim odds in 2016 after his disastrous presidential run in 2012. Maybe they're missing something.
Christine Toretti is on a quest to make the GOP the party of women.
Americans probably care less about Teresa Heinz Kerry's outspokenness than about her exoticism. The question is what they think of it
What would happen if a bomb wiped out the federal government?