Democrat pitcher Cedric Richmond shines again, while Rand Paul insists the NSA is stealing Republican signals.
After letting it play out in Congress, Obama goes big on immigration at what Republicans say is the worst possible time.
“It is amazing the length to which people will go to prove what is so palpably false.”
Rex Elsass built a Republican empire on his faith. But he found himself battling his closest allies over his immortal soul.
A disappointed party seeks a way to fight its favorite enemy after she leaves the political stage. “I think that some of that thrill is gone” said Adam Graves, the son and senior adviser to Bachmann’s would-be Democratic opponent.
Democrats are more likely than Republicans to be depressed, according to a BuzzFeed/SurveyMonkey survey.
The defeated bill would have required approval from a federal court before reporters’ phone records were subpoenaed. Darrell Issa, who condemned the AP subpoena Monday, was one of only 21 House Members to vote against the bill.
On Monday, a frustrated Obama weighs in on IRS and Benghazi.
Worried rank-and-file Republicans say the speaker seems to be “a bit checked out” as new legislative battles loom. His allies say he’s working behind the scenes to move the conference forward.
“We’re trying to get a commercial break. We’re getting lopsided Democrats versus Republicans. We’ll try to rectify that.”
President tells reporters he can still do stuff. Except when he can’t.
He also has a Facebook profile full of photos of him posing with almost every Republican politician from the 2012 election cycle.
Thanks for the idea, Stephen Colbert!
Whatever Progress Kentucky is trying to do, it should probably stop right now.
Ed Gillespie said Sunday Republican opposition to benefits for same-sex couples may change, but the party won’t be embracing marriage rights for gay couples on their platform.
Celebrating the best kickoff event in sports.
Rep. Kevin Cramer denies say he felt unsafe, but apologized for his “tone” at meeting with Native Americans
The House speaker sends a memo to his conference during a two-week recess. “The weeks and months ahead will be tremendously important ones for our conference and for our country.”
If Karen Handel runs, Tom Price won’t, Georgia politics insiders say. And vice versa.
Bread has been broken. But what about gridlock?
While Rubio sticks to a traditional approach, Paul’s libertarian, reformist message gets the crowd going.
In a radio interview, the Fox News host questions the House speaker’s commitment. “But do you want to risk the full faith and credit of the United States government over ObamaCare?” Boehner shoots back.
“The entire Republican party has spent four years making a huge mistake really retreating from its historic role as the main advocate of sound national security policies.”
Motivational posters and bright-hued walls. “It’s simple until you make it complicated,” one poster reads.
The Senate’s version of the measure passes with mostly Democratic support. First major policy bill in years heads to Obama’s desk.
“Passing these sort of things has never helped us in the press in the past,” a House Republican aide says. Efforts to maintain a fragile conference equilibrium.
More than 80 Republicans will send a brief to the justices hearing the case over the constitutionality of California’s Proposition 8. Among the most prominent figures are Ken Mehlman, Reps. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen and Richard Hanna, and several former governors and House members.
Republican leaders have tried to get Rep. Justin Amash to tone down his Twitter feed. Not happening.