Mitt Romney adviser R. Glenn Hubbard is calling out former Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner allegedly lying in his new memoir, Stress Test.
Former Newsweek editor Tina Brown has finally weighed in on Monica Lewinsky's Vanity Fair essay, and her take is pretty much what you'd expect.
Right now, witnesses are testifying about the decriminalization of marijuana in Washington, D.C. at a hearing before the House Oversight and Government Reform Subcommittee on Government Operations. Rep. John Mica of Florida, who chairs the subcommittee, brought a prop.
At a meeting on Thursday, the Republican National Committee unanimously decided to slash the number of presidential primary debates for 2016, maybe in half. There were 20 debates in 2012, which most Republicans agree hurt Mitt Romney in the end.
In a wide-ranging interview with Morning Joe on Thursday, former presidential candidate Mitt Romney said, "I, for instance, as you know, part company with many of the conservatives in my party on the issue of the minimum wage."
The Federal Election Commission voted today 6-0 to allow political committees to accept limited Bitcoin donations. "Limited" means $100 worth of BTC or less.
Vanity Fair released its photo shoot with Monica Lewinsky on Wednesday, and we thought the pictures were great — tasteful, artistic even. Columnist Ruth Marcus at The Washington Post disagrees.
Vanity Fair released the photos from Monica Lewinsky's shoot with Mark Seliger today. There's a lot to unpack.
Some female conservative pundits are questioning the White House's facts on sexual assault — namely, that one in five women will be sexually assaulted by the time they leave college.
On Monday, the Republican National Committee contributed a community post to Buzzfeed criticizing Democratic donor Tom Steyer, reaching that huge, all-important voter demographic made up of Americans who care about campaign finance but also like things to be explained to them with Nelly GIFs.
This Town author Mark Leibovich's profile of Republican Rep. Mike Rogers in the New York Times magazine focuses on Rogers's move to talk radio — the chair of the House Intelligence Committee is quitting politics for a well-paid media role.
Former White House intern Monica Lewinsky, probably due to growing Clinton nostalgia in politics and on Tumblr, broke her silence with a personal essay for Vanity Fair this month. In it, she posits, "thanks to the Drudge Report, I was ... possibly the first person whose global humiliation was driven by the Internet."
The Justice Department is currently weighing criminal charges against two European banks, Credit Suisse and BNP Paribas. Lest Wall Street think this isn't serious, Attorney General Eric Holder said explicitly on Monday that no bank is "too big to jail."
Joe Hagan's new profile of 60 Minutes reporter Lara Logan is literally called "Benghazi and the Bombshell."
According to a report in the Las Vegas Sun, Las Vegas' police co-sponsored an event for girls and their parents this weekend called "Choose Purity." The event, which wasn't exactly widely attended, preached abstinence and made it clear that premarital sex can lead to rape, prostitution, and a life of hard drugs and meth lab accidents.
Joni Ernst, a Republican Senate candidate in Iowa, was made in the Sarah Palin mold — her first TV ad focused on her experience castrating hogs. Perhaps high off the buzz and Palin endorsement that that ad generated, Ernst just released another TV spot that is beyond parody.
According to a Reuters report published Friday morning, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is continuing his crusade against allegedly unfair Wall Street practices. He's expected to send subpoenas to exchanges and alternative trading platforms within the next couple days to gather information about high-speed trading firms.
Just two days after the White House released its recommendations to curb sexual assault on college campuses, the Department of Education released the names of 55 colleges currently under investigation for possible Title IX violations regarding sexual assault.
If you're a White House reporter, and the White House doesn't like your tweet, expect a phone call.
According to a new report from the Pentagon, sexual assault reports are up 50 percent in the military. This is likely due to increased confidence in the system, not an increase in crimes.