Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky said Monday that President Obama was “trying to do the right thing” with respect to the recently-disclosed overseas operation that mistakenly killed two hostages, and that Mr. Paul does see a valuable use for drones.
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.
Loretta Lynch has been sworn in as the nation’s 83rd attorney general.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts says even though she’s not running for president in 2016, she still foresees having an effect on the political debate.
The Supreme Court on Monday told yet another lower court to reconsider cases from Catholic groups who object to the part of Obamacare that requires employers to insure birth control as part of their health plans.
Hillary Rodham Clinton gave a shoutout to some of the Iowans she met on her presidential campaign’s first swing through the early-voting state, as she hammered home her campaign theme in an op-ed Monday in the Des Moines Register.
“The grass grows greener - and greener. The Cannabis Business Summit has come to the nation’s capital with a hefty agenda and intentions to lobby Congress. The three-day event has been organized by the National Cannibis Industry Association, which bills the event as “where commerce meets a revolution.”
Former President George W. Bush warned over the weekend against lifting sanctions against Iran as he made a rare foray into offering commentary on current political events.
Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky says he’s talked to people in the Senate about whether there will be an investigation into recently unearthed donations to the Clinton Foundation from people involved in a Russian uranium deal, and that people need to trust that a president “wouldn’t actually sell the country” while in the White House.
Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida says there’s “no way” a governor would be ready to manage U.S. foreign policy on Day One of a hypothetical presidency.
A top Democratic moneyman recruited by Hillary Rodham Clinton’s presidential campaign has put fundraising activities on hold, saying he can’t do it with a clear conscience because the former secretary of state has too many unanswered questions swirling around her.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida have separated themselves a bit from the rest of the 2016 GOP pack in the battleground state of Virginia, with Mr. Bush the only Republican to top former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton in a head-to-head match-up as others inch closer to the Democratic frontrunner.