Sen. Elizabeth Warren has repeatedly insisted she’s not running for president in 2016 — and late last week the liberal Massachusetts Democrat put it in writing, sending a letter through her election lawyer disavowing all ties to the grass-roots “Ready for Warren” political action committee.
Defending yet another police shooting of an American citizen, St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson last week casually made a stunning admission — one that fell largely on deaf ears among the twisted media, race pimps and merchants of racial discord gathered in Ferguson.
State Treasurer and former CEO Doug Ducey won the Republican primary for Arizona governor Tuesday, riding to victory with a campaign that focused on his blend of government and business experience in serving as a state official and building an ice cream company into a national brand.
Paul Ryan is currently touring the nation with his new book “The Way Forward: Renewing the American Idea” —and now reminding the public of his significant political pedigree.
The Obama administration’s ongoing airstrikes against the Islamist group ISIL in Iraq are part of a troubling pattern of military action initiated unilaterally by the executive branch without recourse to Congress — the only branch of government that our Constitution gives the power “to declare war.”
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, a likely 2016 GOP presidential contender, said Monday that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is responsible for a number of the the nation’s foreign policy woes.
At least a third of the contracts the administration inked to help implement Obamacare are over budget, an inspector general’s audit reported Tuesday, highlighting the health program’s potential to inflate costs.
According to a New York Times report, the Obama administration is looking to reach “a sweeping international climate change agreement” that would not be a formal treaty that would require a two-thirds Senate approval — which almost certainly would never happen.
A lawyer in the IRS ethics office is facing the possibility of being disbarred, according to records that accuse her of lying to a court-appointed board and hiding what she’d done with money from a settlement that was supposed to go to two medical providers who had treated her client.
Burger King’s $11 billion acquisition of a Canadian coffee-and-doughnuts chain has fired up Senate Democrats and led to calls for a boycott, but the iconic fast-food joint hit back Tuesday as it finalized the deal.
Former Republican Gov. Charlie Crist won the Democratic primary to challenge Republican Gov. Rick Scott on Tuesday, marking another step in an unlikely political comeback four years after leaving the GOP.
Republicans have been accused of being extremists in the so-called “war on women,” but critics say it’s Democratic candidates who have the more extreme record on a key women’s issue: abortion.