“Right on Crime” arrives. “What are all those things that look like tanks doing?”
Democratic operatives were turned away from Brown town halls the campaign and the candidate have boasted are open to all.
In an alternate reality, President Obama always talks the way he did at Ft. Belvoir Thursday.
Roberts has spent nearly $1.3 million vs. $769,875 to fend off a Tea Party challenge.
More than 50 faith leaders gathered in Texas to pray for undocumented migrants. Hours before, Congress went into recess with nothing to show for weeks of talk about the issue.
John Podesta says Republicans in the House are a “lagging indicator” when it comes to climate change.
“The Democrats have used this tactic regularly,” an RNC spokesperson said.
Rep. Steve Stockman’s office admits it heinously abused an internal House email system. It’s not clear if his staff cares very much, however.
Mike McFadden tried to launch his bid to take on Sen. Al Franken with a funny TV ad. Update: Positive Facebook comments were posted by a McFadden intern.
Welcome to the playhouse, Dave Brat.
Mitt’s biggest fans celebrate the triumph of Romney Republicanism in Pennsylvania, Oregon, and Idaho. “The Romney brand has had a real resurgence,” says O’Brien.
Billy Ray Wheelock heads to Washington to tell Congress why they should embrace President Obama’s clemency program.
Many on the right are jumping at the chance to revisit Bill Clinton’s sex scandal ahead of 2016 — but others worry about repeating the GOP’s mistakes of the ’90s. “If they throw out a bad pitch and you swing at it, then you’re an idiot,” says Norquist.
Let’s take a look at the body politic, shall we? Turns out that porn is a highly accurate predictor of presidential politics.
Exclusive new dial testing from the State of the Union night explains why the White House is increasingly confident about the Affordable Care Act and may help explain why some Republicans have dropped their “repeal at all costs” rhetoric.
Speaker John Boehner’s frustrations with outside groups spilled into public last week, but that doesn’t mean anything is going to change.
The Republican National Committee is sending Democrats trophies commemorating PolitiFact’s “Lie Of The Year.”
Plus 14 facts you didn’t know about Die Hard, 12 chic winter leggings, and a history of how American conservatives unsuccessfully tried to ruin Nelson Mandela.
Texas Senator John Cornyn suggests the late-night announcement from Geneva is a Wag The Dog moment, aimed at saving the President from the messy Obamacare rollout.
A humbled city makes its pitch to the GOP.
The Obamacare rollout may be bad, but GOP lawmakers are united against repeating the same strategy that caused a government shutdown last month. Learning from their mistakes?
UPDATE: Harry Reid dropped the bomb. Maybe you heard about filibustering in the Senate and the threat of a “nuclear option,” and maybe you’re still a little bit confused about what it all means. Sit back and let the cast of Mean Girls walk you through the finer points.
The president tells Congress to ignore “the bloggers” and come together.
“I could have written this story from day one. If you follow the Cruz plan, you end up exactly where we are,” Rep. Adam Kinzinger said.
The video of an exchange between Democratic Rep. Chris Van Hollen and GOP Rep. Jason Chaffetz over Republican rule changes spread like wildfire this weekend. GOP leaders are hanging on by their fingernails.
California Congressman Howard “Buck” McKeon tells CNN’s Wolf Blitzer that he got his facts from Forbes and that it’s a “very small number.”
The Senate Majority Leader’s office Vined Republicans saying “I object” over and over and over.
Hours before shots were fired outside the Capitol, Jay Carney defended Obama for using “gun to the head” rhetoric throughout the shutdown debate — and pointed out that Ed Henry has used a similar metaphor.
Here’s the invitation. Update: Paul’s office says he’s not hoping for a solution to the shutdown, but a “ratcheting down” of rhetoric that’s become “too personal.” So far one Democrat has signed up. Update, Oct 8: Heinrich’s office says the Democrat never planned to attend and didn’t go.