Politics of the United States
Republicans will see a confident Obama deliver State of the Union address.
Fissures emerged Wednesday in the GOP on how to combat President Obama’s immigration order.
“I don’t see the fire,” the comedian said, comparing Clinton to potential rival Sen. Warren.
Democrats already have newfound opportunities to cut into the GOP’s majority.
Sens. McConnell, Reid are using Cruz to cement control of their conferences.
Republicans are confident that Christie’s “Bridgegate” problems are behind him.
Democrats are now questioning whether the law was worth political fallout.
Rep. Elijah Cummings said the nation must address "deeper problems."
OPINION | I call it the battle between Johnny Cash Democrats and Ted Nugent Republicans.
Business groups are turning their firepower toward the Senate.
National Democrats may have a rare offensive opportunity in the Deep South.
Tea Party-backed senators eyeing 2016 are encouraged by the victory of Dave Brat.
President Obama is tasking every member of his Cabinet to round up votes.
Antonio Villaraigosa said he is “seriously” considering running for the open seat.
They are both seeking to win over the GOP's 12 Senate freshmen.
McConnell is sending signal after signal that he intends to shift the way the Senate is run.
The players in her orbit look a lot like the ones who surrounded her in 2008.
Hillary Clinton allies are focusing on four potential Republican challengers.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid under fire from Democrats over how he runs weekly meetings.
OPINION | What is missing from the reviews is what the book reveals about Clinton the person.
OPINION | The small reward for conservatives will come with a great deal of future pain.
Republicans are in the strongest position since losing the Senate eight years ago.
Obama called congressional leaders to the White House to outline his plan.
OPINION | Whatever you call it, they are winning in Texas.