2 hrs ago | WDRB-TV Louisville
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- In just three years, Kentucky's junior U.S. Senator has gone from obscure eye doctor to a major player in national politics.
4 hrs ago | The Hill
With a season of dissent circling Washington, reporters now, the infamous mainstream media - especially those associated with the White House Correspondents' Association dinner - will begin to bail and join the revolution.
8 hrs ago | Roll Call
Maybe it's hip to be square? Or maybe it's hip to be hop? At any rate, lately Congress seems to have embraced popular culture generally and hip-hop specifically.
12 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Two candidate running to chair the Libertarian Party of Florida will visit Broward County tomorrow night at the Libertarian Party of Broward County's regular monthly meeting in Fort Lauderdale.
16 hrs ago | The Montgomery Advertiser
Penalties for financially exploiting senior citizens soon will be tougher thanks to the passage of an elder abuse bill in the state Legislature.
The late Sen. Mark Hatfield, Oregon's most powerful elected leader of the late 20th Century, was a consummate politician who would have appreciated Monday's debate in the Oregon House.
A U.S. Senate panel voted overwhelmingly on Tuesday to send weapons to rebels fighting Syria's government, but it was not clear who would get the arms even if the bill succeeds, as Washington struggles to deal with its response to the conflict.
"What do you expect when you target the President?" This is what an Internal Revenue Service agent allegedly said to the head of a conservative organization that was being audited after calling for the impeachment of then-President Clinton.
In the wake of the tornado which cut through Moore, Okla., on Monday, it's worth remembering, for a moment, how wrong things went after Hurricane Andrew.
Former Rep. Ron Paul of Texas called the recent IRS fiasco troubling - but writes that the only way Congress can protect the freedoms of Americans from a long pattern of suspected IRS abuse is to "shutter the doors" of the agency "once and for all." The longtime GOP congressman writes that IRS agents in the 1930s were essentially "hit squads" ... (more)
Given last week's revelation that the Internal Revenue Service targeted conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status, it's worth recalling President Obama's Ohio State University commencement address.
Given last week's revelation that the IRS targeted conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status, it's worth recalling President Obama's Ohio State University commencement address.
BRADENTON, Fla., Sept. 7, 2011, 10:38pm ET -- Americans watching the MSNBC GOP presidential candidate debate tonight could not have been very encouraged about their future under any of the seven men and one woman seeking election to the White House in 2012.
The uses and abuses of Ronald Reagan's record have greatly influenced arguments on foreign policy over the last 25 years.
Eleven months before the 2008 New Hampshire Primary, then-U.S. Rep. Ron Paul made his first trip to New Hampshire very serious about a presidential run.
U.S. Sen. John McCain visited Boston Monday to stump and fundraise for fellow Navy veteran and Republican Senate candidate Gabriel Gomez, who ramped up his attacks on opponent U.S. Rep.
Why Sarah Palin? Because when I write a blog here on Jeb Bush or President Obama, it will bring in maybe 10 comments.