During a debate with Nancy Grace over marijuana legalization, the rapper laid out a philosophy based on personal responsibility, limited government, and hard work.
Mike Huckabee and other conservatives keep picking the wrong pop star to demonize.
Neither is the pattern of innocent Muslims suffering in the aftermath of terrorist attacks perpetrated by their radicalized co-religionists.
The New Jersey governor delivered a statehouse speech littered with presidential campaign previews.
Elizabeth Warren can run for president. She should run for president. And despite her denials, she probably will.
In 2008, Romney was the True Conservative. In 2012, he was the Economic Turnaround Whiz. He wants to run in 2016 as the Poverty Fighter.
On the rush to judgment against Phi Kappa Psi
The California attorney general announced Tuesday that she's running for Barbara Boxer's U.S. Senate seat.
A proposed $1.2 trillion tax-cut package could shape the economic debate in Congress and on the campaign trail.
An index to the arguments pro and con about the most ambitious infrastructure project in the United States
Individuals claiming to represent ISIS took over social media accounts of the U.S. military base on Monday, just as the President was delivering a speech on cyber-security.
The U.S. sent its ambassador to a unity march that drew 40 world leaders and more than a million French citizens. The White House voiced regret for the slight on Monday.
The two-time candidate is considering a third presidential campaign, but will the country need a turnaround artist in 2016?
The Nebraska Supreme Court dismissed a challenge to the pipeline, adding to the pressure on President Obama to approve it.
President Obama has just proposed an idea that would benefit 9 million students, but he doesn't have a plan to fund it.
Flaws in the Catholic League's statement on Charlie Hebdo
The Supreme Court is slowly changing the meaning of words in free-speech law—and not for the better.
With a deadline looming next month, the GOP will find out if its new power is enough to undo President Obama's executive actions.
A short documentary about the legacy of Boston busing
The California senator, who announced her retirement Thursday, has been an outspoken voice on abortion and an inspiration to female politicians.