Scott Walker's 2016 presidential hopes were dealt another blow when the Wisconsin Republican refused to answer a BBC reporter's question about evolution while addressing a think tank in London.
All those big campaign promises evaporated the minute Republicans took control of both chambers. Once they had to actually do something instead of just pointing fingers, all of the big talk and swagger quickly turned to dust.
Republicans reportedly "don't trust" Obama, which means they might not pass his request for authorization for the limited use of force, leaving the U.S. with no way to fight ISIL.
During a brief statement at the White House, President Obama made it clear that he has no interest in sending US ground troops to the Middle East to fight ISIL.
Speaker of the House John Boehner had an epic meltdown in front of the cameras today as the reality is setting in that Republican scheme to hold Homeland Security funding hostage has completely backfired.
Democrats mock Republicans for amping up their rhetoric in an attempt to deflect the blame for the upcoming defunding of national security.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell campaigned on forcing the president to bend to the will of Republicans, but it is the Kentucky senator who is now on bended knee asking Obama to reconsider his promise to veto the Keystone XL bill.
Republicans are trying to place Netanyahu in charge of U.S. foreign policy with Iran, which is the foreign policy equivalent of making Bush the president again.
During an appearance on CNN, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) destroyed Speaker of the House John Boehner and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu for conspiring to undermine President Obama foreign policy.
Pres Obama pledged, "No matter how long it takes, the United States will find and bring to justice the terrorists who are responsible for Kayla's captivity and death."
A new Jeb Bush techie hire is busted for deleting old tweets about "ugly sluts" and more.
Sen. Bernie Sanders has joined the growing list of members of Congress who will be boycotting Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's speech before a joint session of Congress.
This week it is expected that President Obama will quietly veto the bill that would authorize the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.
Republicans hope to paint Democrats as "anti-American" "Nazis" if they don't attend Netanyahu's speech, but President Obama has done more for Israel's security than any other president.
Approval of President Obama's handling of unemployment has jumped since December to 51%, as nearly half of those surveyed in the AP/GfK poll now feel that the economy is in good shape.
During an appearance on ABC's This Week, Koch 2016 presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) twisted, turned and ignored reality while trying to blame President Obama and Hillary Clinton for income inequality.
She hasn't even announced yet, and Hillary Clinton's campaign is looking like an incumbent's reelection campaign.
The list of congressional Democrats who intend to boycott Netanyahu's speech to Congress because of the way President Obama was treated is growing by the day.
Bill Maher took Republicans to the woodshed for finally admitting that Sarah Palin is a crazy person and proposed three other issues that Republicans ought to rethink and admit that they are wrong on.
PunditFact tallied up all of the statements that they evaluated from the three cable news networks and found that 60% of all the statements they examined from Fox News were mostly false or worse.