Inside the years-long push to perfect the presidential transition
Why the WikiLeaks revelation about a “pay-to-play” deal with Morocco is a quintessential Clinton controversy
Why her vow not to “add a penny to the debt” is an impossible pledge to keep
His proposals for tough restrictions on lobbying may be late in coming, but they’re drawing praise from government-reform advocates.
An FBI official alleged that a senior State Department official offered up a shady deal to protect the former secretary, prompting a fresh outcry from Republicans and denials from the Obama administration.
Stuck with Donald Trump, the House speaker insists on running a 2016 campaign that doesn’t exist.
Conservative justices might be the party’s final bulwark against a changing electoral landscape.
Conservatives will see corruption and liberals will see corporatism and expedience, but the exchanges simply expose the candidate who’s been there all along.
“Your vote really, really, really counts,” the former vice president told Democrats. “You can consider me an Exhibit A of that truth.”
As many as five states could approve its recreational use this November, potentially signaling a point of no return for legalized pot.
Her newest spot against Donald Trump is reminiscent of Lyndon Johnson’s famous warning about Barry Goldwater and the perils of nuclear war.
Explaining the “explainer-in-chief”: The former president offers a diagnosis and a prescription for the Affordable Care Act that is in line with the White House.
Lawmakers overrode an Obama veto for the first time on Wednesday. A day later, they already had regrets.
The Republican says he desperately wants to win his home state—but there’s scant evidence he’s actually trying.
Lawmakers stopped bickering long enough to keep the government operating for another 10 weeks and approve long-awaited aid to combat the Zika virus.
Congress voted overwhelmingly to disregard the president’s rejection of legislation allowing 9/11 victims to sue a foreign government in U.S. court.
Ordinary Americans will be able to submit—and vote on—questions to be considered when the candidates meet again.
The Texas senator’s about-face risks undermining his political brand and alienating the supporters who hailed his defiant stand in Cleveland.
The Texas hold-out may be wavering, two months after his defiant convention snub.
The Republican’s demeanor is likely to be the biggest variable on Monday night at Hofstra.
The FBI’s chief bomb expert, a Secret Service cyber-investigator, and the developer of a life-saving medical computer are among the honorees of annual awards for government service known as the Sammies.