House of Cards
Spacey says fictional President Frank Underwood would be entertained by the race.
Both men, Spacey says, are fictional characters.
Count Hillary Clinton among the fans of “House of Cards.”
Decision-makers have the scripts, but lack essential history and context.
Americans prefer the fictional commanders in chief — even the corrupt or conniving ones.
"Think about the weight that’s on your shoulders," Beau Willimon said.
The Netflix political drama will shoot a motorcade scene on the National Mall.
The group wants the "House of Cards" actor to go veggie at a BBQ-themed diner.
A charity contest promises to get the winner “one step closer to the White House ... almost,” with...
Last year, Bill Clinton said he and his wife watched the entire first season in three days.
Mike Pompeo says some lawmakers "whose desire is just ton continue" to be in office.
The CNN host stirred laughter with his impression of Frank Underwood, the lead character in "House...
The "House of Cards" leader tried to steal some GOP debate thunder.
The actor says his character is speaking directly to Donald Trump.
"Think black tie affair, government official types," the show advises would-be actors.
Netflix says the next season of the popular political drama is coming in 2016.
The new season wasn't supposed to premiere until Feb. 27.
Ryan called the behavior of the show's fictional politician "reprehensible."
Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) said the actor used something he said in "House of Cards."
New contest offers a chance to rehearse with "House of Cards" star.
The majority whip had some words of advice for actor Kevin Spacey.
The show sent out a casting call looking for actors to play a variety of roles.
Robin Wright is headed to Washington to mix it up with real-life politicians.
Lawmakers are watching the show, and using it to promote themselves.