With a new book alleging John Edwards had multiple affairs, his famous mistress lengthens the already long odds of a political redemption.
First, he came out for same sex marriage. Now a second bold move on behalf of a marginal group will dominate the conversation.
Melissa Gruntkosky may have designed the ideal image for the health-conscious New York mayor.
One of the many ways partisans seek advantage is in the fight over which words to use.
The first lady joins the lifestyle-images heavy social network in advance of Fathers' Day in a soft-sell reach-out to women voters.
It's time to set aside the stereotypes: Student government is actually a training-ground for eventual female members of Congress.
A provocative new study argues that Google searches for racial epithets can be synced with election results to reveal what Americans truly think.
Surveys show a shockingly high fraction think a quarter of the country is gay or lesbian, when the reality is that it's probably less than 2 percent.
The Democratic Senate candidate can't back up family lore that she is part Cherokee—but neither is there any evidence that she benefited professionally from these stories.
Lest we forget in the uproar provoked by Vice President Biden's remarks, George W. Bush's former vice president was out front on this issue years ago
He may have won 41 percent of the vote in the state's Democratic primary, but the odds he'll get any delegates at the convention are basically zero.
In selecting Tampa, the Republican Party has chosen a city nearly rivaling Buffalo as a home to the economically gloomy.
With a close win in Ohio and other victories in Virginia, Massachusetts, Vermont, and Idaho, he remains at the front of the pack.
We curated the latest news on the evening of the GOP front-runner's victory in the Sunshine State.
We blogged the last-minute salvos as the Granite State headed to the polls and the results came in.
After a huge press contingent throngs a Paul event in Manchester, his campaign chairman points a finger at the international press.
The Republican presidential front-runner channels Donald Trump when discussing how to handle an annoying insurance company.
Her presidential bid began to lose altitude the day she won the Ames straw poll, but it took a sixth-place Iowa finish to push her out of the contest.
Johnson is "absolutely" staying in the race and continuing with his third-party bid, despite reports to the contrary spurred by a "concocted" email.
Now that Buzzfeed.com is on the bus, here's how some reporters riding around on the Mitt Romney for President media bus are whiling away drive-time.