Despite his best efforts, Maryland’s Martin O’Malley might be the most ignored candidate of 2016.
The president's plan to legalize millions of illegal immigrants by executive order would be a disaster as both politics and policy.
The State Department confirmed on Monday that hackers breached its unclassified email system. The White House, the Postal Service, and NOAA have also been compromised in recent weeks.
More than 100,000 people submitted applications during the first weekend of year two, but controversial comments from Jonathan Gruber and a new polling low kept things complicated for the law.
As a lame-duck member of Congress, the Coloradan has the unique ability to expose CIA and NSA lawbreaking—without breaking the law himself.
The former presidential candidate's criticism of the handling of ISIS and immigration
The majority of Americans say that compromise in Congress is necessary, but unlikely.
President Obama has rejected just two bills in his six years in office, the fewest of any White House occupant who has served as long since James Monroe. That could begin to change next week.
NBA commissioner Adam Silver reversed the league's longstanding opposition to legal wagering on Friday, but don't expect Congress to act in the near future.
"We're looking at all options," Speaker Boehner said on Thursday. Could that include a government shutdown?
A snapshot of the news organization as it asked itself, "How should we cover Kim Kardashian?"
Top Senate Democrats are giving the popular progressive firebrand a seat at the leadership table. Are they trying to co-opt her?
Ten years after the rapper's death, a friend explains why—and how—he had an MTV crew film him taking a limo to collect food stamps.
Unlike the overly cynical House of Cards, Garry Trudeau's political satire treats its characters as fully formed human beings, flawed but ultimately sympathetic.
Some are anti-war–or even anti-military. No matter. If they fought for their country, they're equally deserving of recognition each November.
In this year's midterms, Jews voted for Republican candidates more than they have in any election in the last decade.
Why so many conservatives have nostalgia for an era that wasn't all that golden
A new book about Gary Hart and an uncensored letter from the FBI to Martin Luther King Jr. reopen the debate on the line between the private and the political.
Bill de Blasio missed a moment of silence for the anniversary of the Flight 587 crash in Queens because, he told reporters, he didn't get much shuteye the night before.
Facing a December run-off to keep her Senate seat, the vulnerable Democrat demanded an immediate vote on a favorite Republican project: the Keystone pipeline.