Politics of the United States
Sen. Angus King who caucuses with the Dems, will decide after midterms.
Republican members of Congress are criticizing Jeb Bush’s comments on immigration.
Senate Democrats and the left are mounting a pressure campaign against the Supreme Court.
Rep. Vance McAllister (R-La.) asked for forgiveness after a video of the two surfaced.
Democrats are treading carefully in the wake of this week’s surprise enrollment success.
The Obama administration celebrated its announcement that 7.1 million people enrolled.
Reid is struggling to stop Senate Democrats from backing a plan to undercut Obama’s target.
He's facing what could be the biggest challenge of his career: preserving Dems’ majority.
Condoleezza Rice is wading back into the political waters.
Eshoo's ascension to ranking member on powerful committee would be a coup for the industry.
OPINION | Mr. President, Democrats are alarmed. About you.
Parties united to pass legislation that directs $126M over 10 years to pediatric research.
There’s a Ron Wyden shortage on K Street.
The move will avoid cancellation wave before Election Day.
OPINION | The media dived into the Clinton dumpster and found — absolutely nothing.
OPINION | GOP Sens. Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Rand Paul are often lumped together.
Several 2014 candidates are emphasizing business experience over political records.
OPINION | Rule One: First you win, then you make policy.
A surprise move might indicate just how little McConnell is worried about Matt Bevin.
Republicans are turning to ideological doppelganger of the man Al Franken narrowly defeated.
In political panic, parties shelving tough stuff early.
Their agenda for the next few weeks will be tailor-made toward female voters.
Bipartisanship: Who needs it?
This and other revelations are in HRC, a new book about Clinton.
Conservatives offered a vision of a nation without ObamaCare.
Republicans are taking Obama to court over his use of executive power.
The level of support among congressional Democrats is astounding.
The senators are making education reform their next big policy focus.
Lobbyists are seeing dollar signs with the return of “regular order” to Capitol Hill.
OPINION | “The more things change, the more they stay the same.”
John Podesta’s fingerprints are all over the agenda just three weeks into his tenure.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said he wanted to “wait and see how this plays out.”
Rep. Matt Cartwright on Monday made it clear he doesn’t have an enemies list.
Democrats in Congress are calling for, and it is being echoed by emotional editorial boards around...
Christie looked like the front-runner days ago, but things change quickly in politics.
Democrats are confident that a strong economy in 2014 will help them retain their majority.