If Republicans win the Senate, President Obama risks another bruising recession if he doesn’t embrace compromise and abandon ineffective populist prescriptions.
After initially dodging the question, Alaska Sen. Mark Begich, a Democrat, admitted to voting for President Obama twice, but he said it doesn’t matter because Mr. Obama isn’t much of a factor anymore.
A political operative appointed to manage a public health issue.
Never in my lifetime did I believe this great nation would be taken down and withdrawn from its world leadership position by its own leadership.
Although Ebola as a terrifying disease was recognized in 1976, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), paid little heed to the grim statistics.
In October 1962, America worried whether an untried young president, John F. Kennedy, could keep us safe from nuclear-tipped missiles from nearby communist Cuba.
Fully 28 professors and former professors from Harvard Law School have taken a stand for freedom and for the rule of law.
Earlier this week, the federal government’s National Science Foundation, an entity created to encourage the study of science, announced that it had awarded a grant to study what people say about themselves and others in social media.
Angela Merkel tops the Forbes magazine list of the hundred most powerful women in the world for the fourth consecutive year, but these are difficult days for the German chancellor.
On Oct. 27, 1964 — 50 years ago next Monday — a tall, handsome man strode to a podium draped with red, white and blue bunting. Perhaps only he — and the most savvy political observers — knew it at the time, but the speaker was about to launch a transformational political movement.
Everything you need to know about Beltway nepotism, corporate cronyism and corruption can be found in the biography of Robert Hunter Biden.
If New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is weighing a shot at Hillary Clinton for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, he should probably abandon them based on his pitiful first week of book sales.
Not many years ago, the idea of “peak oil” was all the rage. The concept, first identified in 1956 by M. King Hubbert, a geologist working for Shell Oil, held that there was a finite amount of oil in the ground and that oil production would peak in the 1970s and then decline.
As Washington gets ready to select a new mayor, D.C. voters should insist that to get their vote, a candidate should pledge to provide all students in the District equitable treatment when it comes to school funding.
When the then-spreading Ebola virus threatened our nation last week, President Obama put one man in charge of coordinating the government’s response who had zero experience in handling infectious diseases.