GOP campaign veterans game out the downballot effects of a controversial White House nominee.
Bernie Sanders could go farther than any Jewish presidential hopeful has. But Jewish groups and voters don't appear to be gravitating toward him.
Neither Republicans nor Democrats knew the majority leader planned to set up a possible debate on authorizing the use of force against ISIS.
The potential GOP vice presidential pick took advantage of her moment on the national stage.
Republican hopefuls jockey for a key voting group.
Regardless of who wins in November, Obama's successor plans to wield executive authority to achieve policy goals.
The home-state senator was never going to win the pivotal primary, but now he can help decide who will.
Even as Republicans fought Democrats—and each other—2015 saw the passage of a long list of difficult, wide-ranging bills.
The two packages drew complaints from both the Right and Left, but GOP and Democratic leaders were able to cobble together a big majority anyway.
A party that has embraced free trade as a bedrock principle is increasingly divided on that question, particularly in the White House contest.
The Senate majority leader called it "highly unlikely" the party would arrive in Cleveland without a clear nominee.
The Senate approved a sweeping new education bill, which is now en route to President Obama for his signature.
The two are close now, but they're both looking to win the primary, and Cruz is hoping religious voters will help him do it.
The 2008 GOP nominee said he was surprised the 2016 front-runner's popularity has endured.
For all the uproar over the Pfizer-Allergan merger, Congress isn't close to a legislative fix.
The House will move separate legislation, as top Republicans hope to avoid a shutdown crisis over funding the resettlement program.
The Obama administration is trying to assuage national security concerns—and remind states that refugees are handled by the federal government.
Lawmakers and governors are now scrambling to take the toughest line against admitting refugees to the U.S.
On Guantanamo and other issues, the president has to decide whether he will let Congress stand in his way.
Advice for the tycoon from the small fraternity of presidential candidates who have hosted the legendary satirical show.