"We have no common grounds for a mutual discussion."
Was it a clear endorsement of Netanyahu's policies? Do we even know what those policies will turn out to be?
Israel is set to become even more polarizing in American politics.
In a new interview the former vice president insinuates that Barack Obama treats terrorism as a "law-enforcement problem."
In South Dakota, a conservative pastor and an openly gay former Obama campaign staffer have teamed up to battle an exploitative industry.
What does the Israeli election "mean"? We are about to find out.
Both parties talk about helping the poor, but as a new report illustrates, little has actually been done.
Six potential culprits for the former vice president's sudden reappearance as a rumored presidential candidate
What a spending battle over military aircraft reveals about our moral priorities
The Senate has even more to answer for than we thought
The Illinois Republican representative and notorious fan of Downton Abbey is resigning amid ethics inquiries.
Republicans hoping to pass their own budget plan must first agree on how much to allocate to the military.
Cecil Clayton lost 20 percent of his frontal cortex in a sawmill accident. He is scheduled to die on Tuesday.
The president has spent many billions on prohibition. Yet he criticizes millennials for making pot too big a priority.
A chickenhawk moment so pure it deserves extra attention
A Supreme Court that once included former senators and governors is populated today by judges with identical résumés. Here's why that's a mistake.
The Congressman's memoir tackles two of the biggest political shifts of his lifetime: the acceptance of gay people in public life and a dramatic decrease in faith in government.
The Affordable Care Act has drastically cut the rate of uninsured Americans by a third–16 million people–according to numbers released Monday.
After tapping out of the 2016 race, Mitt Romney will lace up an actual pair of boxing gloves, and spar with Evander Holyfield.
By stalling the nomination of Obama's nominee for attorney general, Senate Republicans have given Eric Holder another six months on the job.