President Obama is hosting the first ever White House Summit on Worker Voice today, during which he condemned the "culture of greed" that steps on workers' protections and rights.
House Democrats are putting more pressure on Republicans by forcing them to vote on abolishing the bogus Benghazi Committee.
Rep. Alan Grayson's ethics complaint Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) for misusing taxpayer funds for political purposes is the next step in the Democratic campaign to tackle the Republican culture of corruption in the House.
President Obama is standing up for average Americans by threatening to veto a Republican bill that would undo important consumer protections.
House Democrats have launched their first strike to dismantle the possibly illegal House's Select Committee on Benghazi.
Democrats allowed the NDAA to advance to a final vote, but Minority Leader Harry Reid is warning that Democrats will flip their votes and sustain any Obama veto of the NDAA.
A new petition calling for an investigation into the House Republican Benghazi Select Committee has put Republicans back on their heels as the American people are demanding answers.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) was trying to save his own hide with a statement about the Benghazi committee today, but what he admitted was that the Select Committee is based on a lie.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton announced her plan to tackle gun violence with an agenda that would end gun industry immunity from prosecution.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) became the NRA's worse nightmare by announcing consensus steps that can be taken to lessen the number of mass shootings in the US.
In the lead-up to Thursday's party elections, wannabe Speaker Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) vowed Monday during a CNN interview that he would let the nation default on its debt and shut down the government so that Republicans could get their way.
As public outrage grows, outside advocates are calling for an investigation into the House Republican Select Committee on Benghazi.
Republicans just couldn't wait to release former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's emails but now they've established a policy of unilateral release of material and Democrats are pouncing.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was angry and showed by ripping Republicans for exploiting Benghazi during an interview on NBC's Today.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is promising that he will do everything he can in the Senate to stop TPP from being approved.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is pressing forward with an NDAA that President Obama has already threatened to veto, and could face a humiliating defeat as the White House is showing no signs of changing its mind.
When Rep. Jason Chaffetz announced his candidacy for Speaker, the dysfunction in the Republican Party hit an all new high, as the Utah Republican dodged questions and refused to say what he would do if he was elected Speaker.
On CNN's State of the Union, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) promised that there will be a major fight if Republicans try to run on defunding Planned Parenthood in 2016.
During an interview on ABC's This Week, George Stephanopoulos took apart Donald Trump and revealed that the Republican Mr. Fix It is an emperor with no clothes.
Republican Senator and 2016 presidential candidate Rand Paul tried to lend his popularity to Kentucky gubernatorial candidate Matt Bevin, but the allure of the self-licensed ophthalmologist has faded. He couldn't even draw a crowd larger than 50 in his home state of Kentucky.