Since leaving Foggy Bottom, she has positioned herself as an icon of women's empowerment. That makes another White House run even more important and likely.
Laws like North Carolina's draconian new voter-ID laws are a solution to a problem that doesn't exist. But voter backlash could be fierce.
As Elizabeth Warren treads the fine line demanded of female candidates, Scott Brown delivers an ungentlemanly performance.
It's had the most unproductive session in half a century -- and we can look forward to more of the same when it comes back from recess.
The author reflects on the bright young man she first met in 1995 -- and what we can expect for him now that he's Romney's vice presidential running mate.
Our 100-year fight over tax rates has taken some surprising twists and turns since the income tax went universal under FDR.
It's not even spring yet, but with the elections looming, the House and Senate may already have done everything they will do in 2012.
A tired and hoarse candidate made what could be his final significant appeal in in the contest as Super Tuesday loomed.
The ranks of voters disgusted with both parties has swelled to historic size and could be the deciding factor in contests this fall.
Despite his impressive win in South Carolina, the former speaker has too many flaws to make it to the White House.
In announcing his retirement, the 30-year lawmaker offered lessons on how politics has changed -- and how we got where we are today
The way the Supercommittee was set up to fail demonstrates why public disgust with Congress is rightfully at a high point
The former speaker's rise in the polls means nothing, thanks to his temperament and long and tangled political and personal history
The successful effort to roll back anti-union legislation in Ohio points to a possible future for the Occupy Wall Street movement