Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee is planning a multiday swing through Iowa next week after his planned announcement on May 5 about his 2016 presidential intentions.
Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky said Monday that it was a “mistake” to topple Saddam Hussein in Iraq and criticized the United States’ subsequent intervention in Libya.
Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida has signed Americans for Tax Reform’s Taxpayer Protection Pledge to oppose any efforts to raise taxes if elected president, the group said Tuesday.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he’s unfazed by recent poll numbers showing his job approval ratings taking a hit back home, saying public officials shouldn’t be dictated by polls.
Nearly two-thirds of tax filers who received government help to buy Obamacare coverage had to pay back some of their subsidy to the IRS, according to an H&R Block study that says the average repayment totaled $729.
A gender gap has already emerged in the 2016 presidential contest with Hillary Rodham Clinton in the mix, and one of the biggest chasms between men and women is on the question of whether the former secretary of state can be trusted.
The defense hawks are on the rise in the Republican presidential field, defending the Patriot Act just as Congress prepares for a make-or-break debate over the future of the NSA’s phone-snooping program.
With House Republicans set to move two key appropriations bills this week, the White House has come out swinging with a public relations offensive picking apart the Republican budget line by line — an indication that President Obama will take a tougher stance on spending this time and could be cracking the door to another government shutdown fight.
The nine justices and five lawyers who will argue the gay marriage cases at the Supreme Court on Tuesday morning will center their debate on a simple question: “Who decides” state marriage policy?
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush leads a crowded Republican presidential field in the early state of New Hampshire, while Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky lead in head-to-head match-ups against former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, according to a new poll.
Sen. Ted Cruz has one advantage in the 2016 Republican presidential field that no one else can match: He essentially can be two places at one time thanks to the stardom of his father as a supersurrogate on the campaign trial.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley on Monday said he supported looking into sentencing reform, joining former Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr., libertarian-leaning senators such as Rand Paul, the White House and the billionaire Koch brothers, in a political odd-fellow effort to reform the criminal justice system.