A deal that would reverse many spending cuts has support from Republican leaders and is expected to pass with bipartisan support, but conservatives are mustering opposition.
President Obama may want to look back at his predecessors’ political fortunes in their sixth year in office. Then he may want to close his eyes.
Some Republicans see Representative Paul D. Ryan as a pragmatic deal maker, but others see the deal as a betrayal and challenged his status as the thinking man’s conservative.
Pete Festersen dropped his bid to challenge Representative Lee Terry just two months after announcing his campaign.
Gov. Rick Scott added his voice to calls for Representative Trey Radel, a fellow Republican, to resign from Congress after pleading guilty last week to buying cocaine.
Five years after remarks by Bill Clinton about Barack Obama strained the Clintons’ bond with African-Americans, the former first family is setting out to ensure that there is no replay of such trouble in ...