President Obama dealt another blow to congressional Republicans with executive action to expand sick leave for federal workers and a call for increased paid sick leave for all American workers.
During an appearance on Fox & Friends Thursday morning, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani claimed that 2012 Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney could have possibly defeated President Obama in 2012 if he "had made Benghazi a bigger issue."
Former one-term Republican Congressman Joe Walsh sent out a series of tweets Wednesday calling for Islamists to target the "appeasing cowards" at CNN and MSNBC first if the United States was to suffer another terrorist attack.
Until it is fully funded, the Secret Service will not be able to move forward with the additional security measures recommended for the White House and President Obama.
A new CBS News poll has found that President Obama's approval rating has jumped seven points to reach its highest level in a year.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) has forced Senate Republicans into a potentially embarrassing vote on whether or not climate change is real. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) that the Senate will vote on the Sanders climate change amendment to the Keystone XL bill.
John Boehner's former bartender has been arrested for plotting to poison the drinks of the Speaker of the House.
In an example of purely ignorant racism, a shooting range in Arkansas turned away two prospective customers because the owner believed the men are Muslim.
It’s the end of an eventful year and the beginning of a new one. I had visions of a fresh start as I sat down to write my final political words of 2014. I’ve had a lot to say about American gun culture over the past 12 months and figured it might be refreshing to explore a different issue. But as I perused The New York Times and came across the headline, Woman at Walmart Is Accidentally Shot Dead by 2-Year-Old Son, I was reminded that it’s nearly impossible to forget about guns in this country for any length of time.
Nancy Pelosi hammered John Boehner for not standing up to the extremists in his own party after it was revealed that House Majority Whip Steve Scalise gave a speech to a racist hate group.
The endless Republican anti-Obama campaign suffered another defeat as for the seventh consecutive year President Obama was named the most admired man in the world by Gallup.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) has announced that he will decide by March 2015 if he will run for president. If Sanders chooses not to run, Hillary Clinton may not have much of a challenge for the Democratic nomination in 2016.