Frustrated with having to "do a deal" to fund the government Trump whined, "Our country needs a good 'shutdown' in September to fix mess!"
PFAW assert that "the burden was on Senator Sessions today to show that he’s fit to serve as attorney general. He failed miserably."
Rather than "big things" we have been treated to a clinic on entropy; a lot of "big words" rather than "big things," and very little action
Cummings has not announced his candidacy, but a WA Post shows that he would lead a three-way primary race by double digits.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is demanding Social Security and Medicare cuts in exchange for his vote to raise the debt ceiling.
Since Boehner's surprise resignation announcement, calls for removing Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have intensified.
GOP Congressman Matt Salmon texted Utah Senator Mike Lee a message that said: "Next guy in the crosshairs is probably gonna be McConnell."
Strategists fear Trump could badly lose a general election campaign, dragging a lot of Republican Senate candidates down with him.
In Wisconsin, the situation has gotten so bad for the Republicans that they actually consider being down by 8 points "good news."
A local newspaper lashed out at Kirk's extreme rhetoric on the Iran deal, calling him the love child of Michele Bachmann and Ted Cruz.
Jim Bob Duggar said incest deserved execution. That sounds great -- but he said it while he was shielding his own son from any legal consequences for molesting his own sisters.
Just over six months after winning back the Senate, Mitch McConnell's GOP majority is proving to be more dysfunctional than ever.
Republicans are making much of their "balanced" budget but this "work harder for less" budget is not really balanced at all
Boehner's reaction to Senate dysfunction is to claim a change of leadership in the Senate has given us a Senate that is actually working.
The U.S. government should only award federal contracts to companies that pay American workers a living wage.
Before a packed room in a Manhattan Barnes & Noble bookstore, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren (D) refused to back off her criticism of Wall Street, after some of the big banks hinted that they could withhold campaign funds from Senate Democrats.
In a rare moment of bipartisan cooperation, the US House overwhelmingly passed a Medicare payment overhaul bill on Thursday.
Murphy's candidacy gives the Democrats strong odds of winning the Senate seat held by Republican Senator Marco Rubio.
During Monday's broadcast of Morning Joe, co-host Joe Scarborough finally relented and said that the "one-two punch" of House Republicans inviting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to speak and the sending of a letter to Iran by 47 GOP Senators was a step too far for the party.
The board for the Oklahoma University chapter of SAE voted on Thursday to hire Attorney Stephen Jones to represent them.