Key legislators saw their fortunes reshuffled on Election Day in ways good, bad, and ulcer-inducing.
Younger caucus members are frustrated with the entrenched, aging leadership of the Democratic Party.
The president-elect’s victory wasn’t a product of the usual electoral dysfunction so much as an end-run around it.
Wide-eyed freshmen members of Congress swept into Washington this week to learn more about their new homes.
The voters have largely supported Republican candidates for years, which underscores the complicated nature of their political interests.
The Silicon Valley billionaire says he’s backing Trump because the GOP nominee doesn’t offer easy solutions, but that’s all he offers.
The Freedom Caucus is determined to make the speaker’s life as painful as possible in the coming Congress.
The House speaker thinks there’s a better way for America—and that his plan will change your life.
If the Republican nominee loses, the millions of Americans supporting him will feel more isolated and disillusioned than ever before.
Republicans have their sights set on impeaching or censuring IRS Commissioner John Koskinen, even though he was brought on after the scandal surrounding the targeting of conservative groups.
The potential first daughter has a knack for political diplomacy her father lacks.
When not pursuing partisan witch hunts, legislators can make surprisingly effective investigators.
Ann Coulter’s media obituary has been written many times, but she’s too good at what she does to just fade away.
A century-old law allows Obama to declare public lands as national monuments, but the state's Republican lawmakers don't think he should have that authority.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan mandated a later start date for students in an effort to rake in more money from the tourism industry.
Donald Trump’s newly appointed deputy campaign manager built his career by attacking the Clintons relentlessly.
A Hillary Clinton presidential victory promises to usher in a new age of public misogyny.
The candidate's new economic adviser is not above trashing her team to get ahead.
Republicans are rallying behind Jason Lewis, a radio provocateur famous for racist and misogynistic rants who's running for Congress.
The ex-grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan is attempting a comeback in Louisiana.