Imagine, for a moment, the once unthinkable scenario that Washington Republicans are beginning to contemplate: The GOP convention in Cleveland with Donald Trump as the nominee.
It has been almost 16 months since I wrote about the comparative positions of President Barack Obama and former President George W. Bush as they approached their second midterm elections. Since then, the two presidents, and two administrations, have continued to resemble each other increasingly.
The two people to watch are Cruz and Rubio, Charles Krauthammer declared on Tuesdays episode of Fox News Special Report. Call it wishful thinking or conventional wisdom (or both), but there is an assumption that this clash of titans might eventually occurand I, for one, am rooting for it.
Dick Cheney returns to the Capitol next Thursday and this time, its for good.
Theres no reason to expect last weeks shooting at a Colorado Planned Parenthood facility will alter the Senates effort to block funding to the organization this week.
Government attorneys late Tuesday urged the Supreme Court to decide the case over President Barack Obamas immigration executive actions by the end of this term in June.
A group of House Republicans wants uniformed military leaders to consult with attorneys before carrying out executive orders from President Barack Obama related to closing the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
In this weeks edition of Office Space, Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, displays his collection of historical artifacts, hikes mountains with Rep. Louie Gohmert and brandishes a knife to CQ Roll Call.
Former staffer Bradley F. Podliska filed a lawsuit on Monday against the House Select Committee on Benghazi for unlawful termination and against its chairman, Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., for defamation.
In Kentucky Sports Radio Host Matt Jones, Democrats in Washington thought they might have found it all in a possible candidate to run in Kentuckys 6th District: A moderate who was not ashamed to admit he voted for President Barack Obama; a well-educated lawyer who knows how to speak to the districts working-class voters; and a man who has spent years building his name identification by hosting one of the top sports talk shows in a state that loves its sports.
Two men who sued Speaker Paul D. Ryan and then agreed to drop the case in March have refiled their lawsuit over a car crash on I-395 involving Ryans then-D.C. chief of staff.
Not everyone on the Christian right wants to stop Syrian refugees the Muslim ones, anyway from resettling here in wake of the Islamic State terror attacks on Paris.
In a race filled with plenty of fast-talking, quick-tongued hopefuls including Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and, at one point, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal Ben Carson stands out as very different, and not only because of his race, resume and life accomplishments.
Two days after Republican Sen. David Vitters defeat in the Louisiana governors race and his announcement that he would not seek re-election, two Republicans said they were readying campaigns for the seat next year.
In the wake of the terrorist attacks in Paris, Capitol Police have stepped up security around the Capitol, even as the department struggles with strained resources.
As appropriators work to craft an omnibus spending package to fund the federal government, one of them is making a pitch for additional funding to combat heroin.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., is once again drawing the ire of the District of Columbias congresswoman by taking aim at D.C.s gun laws.
Indian-Americans make up one of the of the fastest growing segments of the U.S. population and generally lean Democratic. But Shalabh Shalli Kumar a wealthy Chicago businessman who immigrated from India nearly 50 years ago is hoping to change that.
Sen. Mike Lee is no longer taking hallway interviews.
The controversy over Planned Parenthood may have cooled down in Congress, but that didnt stop the issue from heating up Thursday night on ABCs hit show Scandal.
The Capitol Christmas tree has arrived on the Hill.
Lawmakers prepped for their Thanksgiving recess by winking, saluting R. Kelly and popping off.