OPINION | The expanded GOP House majority has caused more problems for Speaker.
He has almost gone out of his way to antagonize the Republican base.
Who shone and whose luster faded at the conservative conference?
OPINION | The Senate, unfortunately, is back to business-as-usual.
Money is going to someone who is not a good candidate and who has not proven himself.
OPINION | Labrador is uniquely positioned in the debate.
Paul and Christie were merely following the GOP playbook and teaching the controversy.
Here's how the Republican Congress can make that happen.
Former Florida governor seizes the initiative, undercutting other establishment contenders.
"The perception is that no one in the Republican Party cares," he says.
Republicans have discredited their own lawsuit against Obama.
Sixty percent of people said they identify with one of the two major political parties.
Republicans on Capitol Hill must grapple with some thorny budget issues.
Thus far, the Republican majority in Congress is as ineffective as the Republican minority was.
Coverage on Fox News Channel is essential for any 2016 Republican candidate.
Spokesman for Rep. Matt Salmon (R-Ariz.) accuses group of "deceitful" tactics.
OPINION | Are there no adults in the halls of the Capitol?
Executive committee decides to keep open system.
Netanyahu's acceptance of Boehner's invitation will play well to his domestic audience.
The Texas governor is about to leave office and is looking toward the national stage.
RNC head says party has proven its ability to win in battleground states.
Let's call it what it is: The GOP's attempt to minimize and squash the Democratic Party vote.
The battle for the 2016 Republican nomination has begun in earnest.
What's really going on with the surge of children entering the United States illegally?