Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says being pigeonholed as a “bland and uncharismatic” figure in the field of potential 2016 contenders is at least better than some of the alternatives.
Former Massachusetts Gov. and 2012 GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney leads a host of other possible Republican 2016 contenders in a poll of likely GOP voters in South Carolina, home of the “first in the south” primary.
Top Pentagon officials and a senior Democrat in Congress so distrusted Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s 2011 march to war in Libya that they opened their own diplomatic channels with the Gadhafi regime in an effort to halt the escalating crisis, according to secret audio recordings recovered from Tripoli.
Kicking off the next big budget battle with a bang, President Obama on Thursday will propose rolling back the roughly $1 trillion in automatic sequestration cuts that began in 2013 and will call for a dramatic boost in domestic spending paid for in part with tax hikes.
Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry says if he jumps into the 2016 presidential race, he’s going to be a different candidate than he was in 2012.
Speaker John Boehner claimed in a Fox News interview with Bret Baier that before there was a tea party, there was John Boehner — and the two are one and the same.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney said in a speech at Mississippi State University that the government should not press forth policies that discourage marriage because the formation and maintenance of the family unit is what helps stave off poverty.
The New Hampshire Republican party is planning to host a summit in mid-April certain to attract potential GOP presidential contenders looking to increase their visibility in the early presidential primary state.
Six in 10 Americans say they’re dissatisfied with the level of immigration into the United States, as House Republicans think about joining the legal fight over President Obama’s executive actions on the issue.
The congressional Democrats involved in writing the Affordable Care Act told the Supreme Court on Wednesday that they intended for consumers in all states to be eligible for subsidies, and they argue that the law they drafted reflects that intention.
President Obama’s nominee for attorney general argued Wednesday that she believes the president’s executive actions on immigration are legal, rejecting the notion that they were an attempt to provide unilateral amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants.
The Obama administration says it still supports a plan to tax the popular “529” college savings plans but is giving up on the idea because it has become a distraction from other priorities.