House Speaker John Boehner wants the Israeli prime minister to speak about the threat from radical Islam and Iran. The White House says world leaders are supposed to first inform them before planning a trip to the U.S.
The US president made the quip during his State of the Union address.
As rumors ramp up that Mitt’s considering another run, he emphasizes the failures of “Hillary Clinton–Barack Obama” foreign policy, economic opportunity, and addressing poverty.
“To me it could be more likely that our threat could come in from Canada on our open borders there as well,” Rep. Lou Barletta said. A major focus of this week’s joint Republican retreat has been addressing U.S. immigration policy.
The network’s ties to Hillary Clinton, treatment of Marco Rubio, and singular focus on immigration give Republicans fits. But for one big reason: Republicans need Univision.
Staff for the Kentucky Senator tell BuzzFeed News Paul will reintroduce a bill aimed at ending the practice of sending lethal military hardware to local cops.
Senior White House adviser Dan Pfeiffer: “We feel very good about how the last two and half weeks have gone.”
Speaker John Boehner has been threatening to sue the Obama administration since July over alleged abuses of power related to the rollout of the health care law.
CNN reports that Republicans used anonymous Twitter accounts to share internal polling data with GOP super PACs. Just imagine the Snapchats!
The latest Jonathan Gruber video is less inflammatory, but speaks to a fundamental question about Obamacare: Should Americans get health insurance from their employers?
The U.S. House of Representatives, controlled by Republicans, approved the Keystone XL oil pipeline on Friday. The Democrat-led Senate will vote on Tuesday.
If Dan Sullivan topples incumbent Mark Begich, a Democrat, Republicans would pick up another seat in the upper chamber.
Exclusive Facebook data shows who partisans are liking this cycle. Everybody likes “The Voice” and Journey.
Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown blamed the NRA for a lack of a U.S. surgeon general, and Congressional Republicans for cuts to public services.
Update: Georgia Senate candidate David Perdue signs girl’s diabetic pump to help her campaign to raise awareness. The video was originally falsely reported as Perdue signing a young woman’s torso.
The 2016 presidential hopeful drew a not-so-subtle connection between himself and conservative icon Ronald Reagan.
Instead of candidates, Republicans and Democrats are providing hits on American Bridge and America Rising.
Pro football is Washington’s multi-million dollar National Fundraising League. That’s not going to change no matter what happens.
“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.