Let's look at three facts to put to rest this pseudo flare-up over Clinton's interview during the slow news month of August.
A new era is upon us; it just hasn't started yet. There is no reason it shouldn't start with Adm. McRaven.
You can usually connect the dots between opposition to Common Core and a Republican seeking, or being talked about for, the presidency.
The president struck a chord a year ago when he weighed in on income inequality.
Warren's politics and personal culture also suggest the vision of rural Virginia savant Dave "Mudcat" Saunders.
Here is what is going on inside the national political scene right now.
The battle for the 2016 Republican nomination has begun in earnest.
Suppose Hillary is headed back to the White House as P.O.T.U.S. this time with a different Bill in tow.
Hillary Clinton is seen as a "sell-out" on a key, crucial issue.
The release of Hillary Rodham Clinton's new book once again underscores the unending interest in her as a 2016 candidate.