OPINION | Democrats have a big job in 2014, and they face one big obstacle.
Democrats who rode high on Obama-mania are now seeking to change the subject.
High-level talks over the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) are set to resume Feb. 22 in Singapore (“...
Republicans are turning to ideological doppelganger of the man Al Franken narrowly defeated.
OPINION | Both followed similar trajectories — but they have different legacies.
• Brad Luna and Kristofer Eisenla have founded LUNA+EISENLA media, which combines their individual...
Bipartisanship: Who needs it?
OPINION | Uncertainty is the one thing that seems certain in the world today.
Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) has no plans to take up the fast-track bill.
Black lawmakers have been up in arms over a number of Obama’s picks for the federal bench.
OPINION | Candidates are starting to build the foundation of electoral politics.
Records show a slight drop in funds spent to lobby Congress and the administration from 2012.
Paul Strauss, the so-called shadow senator, joined forces last week with celebrities to make their...
OPINION | In nationwide polls, Clinton’s favorables have varied weirdly widely.
OPINION | Demographically, Georgia is already a blue state.
In political panic, parties shelving tough stuff early.
OPINION | The Republican Party has gotten itself into a mess when it comes to its branding.
Their agenda for the next few weeks will be tailor-made toward female voters.
This and other revelations are in HRC, a new book about Clinton.
• BEVERAGE INDUSTRY. Top Democratic lobbyists are helping a premier California coffee brand.
Republicans, Dems clashed over whether ObamaCare will makes things better or lead to poverty.
The front-runner to face Sen. Kay Hagan (D-N.C.) has been ducking the GOP base.
The nonpartisan agency found the reform law’s negative effects on the economy would be “...
Traditional enemies are reaching out to each other to defeat Obama’s trade agenda.