Some Dems see an opening to turn Virginia’s 7th District blue, while others see it as a lost cause.
“You may not be interested in war, but war is interested in you.” This needs to be a little bit longer too.
The Times writes that the Tea Party is becoming more like Occupy Wall Street. Shouldn't that be a feature, from the Gray Lady's perspective?
They should be left to bleed one another white.
Imagine, if you will, what it would have been like if Barack Obama had been president during 9/11, not George W. Bush.
Says position on immigration reform hasn't changed, will work on "reform conservative solutions." Related: ‘Take a Stand’: Graham Says Cantor’s Loss Stemmed from Trying to Change Minds of Opponents
A recent hit piece is a textbook example of how conservative figures are victimized by snarky web bloggers.
A timeline shows significant events hinting at what Lerner may have been concerned about.
I actually might be able to help the IRS ...
The State Department under Clinton went "out of its way to downplay the effectiveness or lethality of the group," senator charges.
Asked if the war in Syria had spilled over, Obama acknowledged, "I think that's been happening for some time."
House Intel chairman Rogers says it's an "up-close and personal look" at al-Qaeda's caliphate goals. More: House Armed Services Chairman Won’t Back ‘One-Shot Strike That Looks Good for the Camera’
Environmentalists gang up on GOP candidate in Michigan while Dems in coal states challenge new rules.
Fans are always telling the comedian he should run for president. Carolla's latest bestseller is a make-believe campaign platform -- with some seriously good ideas.
Boehner: "It's important we resolve this issue in a fair amount of time so that we can do the work that we were elected to do."
American personnel remain in the US embassy in Baghdad, for now.
And we Republican warhawks wonder why the public abhors us and our own party has rejected us.
Lawmakers warn of al-Qaeda power while administration touts its "attentiveness" to humanitarian needs.
A perfect storm of factors led to the win, but one fateful day made the big difference.
Says Jewish faith prepared him for "setback" of primary defeat; urges right to put aside "minor differences."
Any port in a storm.
Ambiguity toward Leftists harmed Cantor.
Graham, who led Senate bill, easily fends off six Tea Party challengers and avoids runoff.
Majority leader vows in concession speech to "fight for the things that we believe in for the conservative cause."
Gets backing of libertarian Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.), but another GOP thinks he's too "pro-amnesty."
Say it ain't so.
This is what a postmodern president's foreign policy looks like in action.
GOPs caution that lawmakers should look at "serious negative, unintended consequences of our good intentions."
At any other time in America’s history, Bergdahl’s story would have ended very differently.
The practical value to patients is nil.
A quick and dirty guide to the chaos.
"We're working with the VA IG and we'll follow it wherever the facts take us,'' Director Comey said.
Are you scared yet?
Republicans say the crisis, which could top 60,000 kids, is "directly the result of Obama's own policies."
"It's a free country," conservative candidate notes of Brown muscling in on Shaheen race.