How ForAmerica became a force to be reckoned with in politics
Social conservatives failed to coalesce around a Republican candidate in 2008 and 2012. They're determined not to let that happen again.
GOP representatives elected current Whip Kevin McCarthy to replace Eric Cantor as majority leader, and Steve Scalise to take over as whip.
The current majority whip still faces some challenges, but conservatives are struggling to draft a plausible contender.
What does Eric Cantor's defeat mean for House Republicans?
Though the speaker easily weathered a coup attempt in 2013, some right-wing members are quietly putting together a plan to try again.
The new mayor praises his city's entrepreneurial spirit. Is his optimism useful, delusional, or both?
The good news? Negotiators might be able to break longstanding gridlock. The bad news? Both parties might try to stop them.
D.C. agrees there's progress toward raising the debt ceiling and reopening the government, with both sides finally talking, but where they will come out is still unclear.
With Senate approval unlikely on Monday, the government will be out of money on Tuesday unless a last-minute deal emerges.
President Obama says he won't negotiate, but House Republicans hope to force him to agree to part of the Ryan budget.
For 40 years, the Republican Study Committee has prized ideological purity over partisan loyalty. That mindset now dominates the GOP.
The right-hand men on the tickets are routinely overshadowing their senior partners and throwing the campaigns off message.
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