Winston Churchill used to say that 'it's better to jaw-jaw than to war-war.' President Obama seems to follow that aphorism.
It's a hard-to-resist headline in the wake of a new survey from Harvard's Institute of Politics: Young people are "disillusioned" with President Obama and have "abandoned" him. Skepticism is in order.
Whoops. Oh, well. There's a lot to take in in this shot of a Christmas decoration unveiling at the White House, and a lot to learn. For example, just because Sunny's the First Dog (well, one of the First Dogs.
Mark Pryor of Arkansas is among the most — if not the single most — vulnerable U.S. Senate Democrat seeking reelection next year. He's the son of former Congressman/Gov./Sen. David Pryor. He's roughly the least liberal Dem in the Senate.
Rubio's ad buy will likely be the largest expenditure by a Senate leadership PAC this cycle.
It’s just my luck to be an old fogey in the dawn of the social-media age. I have a smartphone.
EX-SECRET SERVICE DROPS BENGHAZI BOMBSHELL: Obama Refused Help Fearing Another "Blackhawk Down" During Debates
Writing at The Tatler, Bridget Johnson confirms that the Obama administration had ample time to organize a response to the attacks in Benghazi. Members of the House Intelligence Committee learned in a closed-door briefing yesterday that more ...
The U.S. and Afghan governments have agreed to a final draft in a bilateral agreement that lays out the relationship between the two nations and the end to the war in Afghanistan, according to Richard Engel of NBC News.