Maybe Vice President Joseph R. Biden is learning a lesson about telling historical inconsistencies.
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The Environmental Protection Agency will not appeal a January ruling that handed Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II a courtroom victory over a federal agency he has tangled with more than once with since being elected to office in 2009.
Republican Rep. Charles Boustany Jr. of Louisiana said Monday he won't challenge Democratic Sen. Mary L. Landrieu in 2014.
Republican Rep. Tom Graves said Monday he won't run for Georgia's open Senate seat in 2014, narrowing what is expected to be a crowded primary field for the race to replace the retiring Sen. Saxby Chambliss.
President Obama indicated on Friday he is willing to take on members of his own party in reforming Medicare, the program that is at the center of debate over the nation's long-term fiscal stability because of its great expense.
President Obama said Friday his administration supports repealing California's ban on same-sex marriage because "it's important" to stand up for equality for gay couples.
The Obama White House, which has been late in submitting a federal budget four out of five years, on Thursday blamed the "sequester" crisis in part for failing to meet the deadline for submitting a spending plan this year.
Firebrand liberal film-maker Michael Moore implicitly called Justice Antonin Scalia a member of the Ku Klux Klan.
Sen. Joe Manchin released a short online video Wednesday in which he declared any notion that he supports some sort of gun confiscation measure "a bunch of crap."
House Republicans who consistently criticize President Obama's health care law seized on a tweet from a Democratic political strategist on Wednesday, arguing she's made their case for them about the perils of "Obamacare."
Sen. Marco Rubio welcomed the news Wednesday that the Obama administration is considering direct aid to the opposition forces in Syria, saying the United States must do what it can to make sure the rebels forces are on its side after President Bashar Assad is ousted.
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham and Milwaukee Police Chief Edward Flynn got into a heated exchange over the issue of gun prosecutions at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing Wednesday, drawing applause from the audience and a rebuke from Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein.
The Senate Conservatives Fund announced Wednesday that it has made defeating Sen. Mark L. Pryor, Arkansas Democrat, its No. 1 priority in the 2014 election.
Senate Democrats hit a new milestone Wednesday — 1,400 days since they passed a federal budget.
A new poll shows four in 10 Americans believe — incorrectly — that President Obama's 2010 health care law provides benefits to illegal immigrants.