Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton’s favorability numbers took a plunge in a new poll, fueling speculation Tuesday about Vice President Joseph R. Biden jumping into the race.
Congressional Republicans lost the first battle of the new war over federal funding for Planned Parenthood on Monday as Democrats successfully filibustered to keep money flowing to the controversial organization in the wake of videos seemingly showing its employees negotiating over the sale of fetal body parts.
Republican presidential hopefuls dodged the thorniest issues on immigration Monday, saying the immediate priority is to secure the border while handling the size of legal immigration and final decisions on the 11 million illegal immigrants already here must wait until enforcement has been restored.
They crowded the stage in New Hampshire for a debate-style faceoff.
Less than a third of Obamacare exchange customers are satisfied with their plans, according to a survey released Monday that finds enrollees in the signature heath overhaul are less happy than those covered through government programs or their jobs.
Hillary Rodham Clinton’s email narrative had finally seemed to run its course as a top news story when Washington was entering the dog days of summer.
If President Obama is talking with Vice President Joseph R. Biden about running for the presidency, he’s not saying.
A civil lawsuit alleging ethics violations nearly a decade ago has become an issue in a Democratic congresswoman’s bid to unseat first-term Republican U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk in what is expected to be one of the country’s most competitive 2016 Senate races.
President Obama on Monday strongly defended his plan to limit carbon emissions from power plants and said critics of the proposal are “lazy” and unwilling to do what’s necessary to save the planet.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal canceled Planned Parenthood’s Medicaid contract with his state Monday, moving to strip the organization of funding in the wake of disturbing undercover videos that appeared to show employees haggling over selling fetal tissue obtained from abortions.
Ben Carson, a 2016 GOP presidential candidate and retired neurosurgeon, refused to back down Sunday after describing as “silly” the debate over “black lives matter” versus “all lives matter.”
“Republican support for Donald Trump just continues to grow with no clear sense of who his constituency really is. This makes it very difficult for his opponents to figure out how to take him on in the upcoming debate,” says Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute which released yet another survey on Monday.