Follow along as Mitt Romney attempts to change the trajectory of the campaign.
Utilizing Clinton for the 2012 campaign is smart politics, and the Obama campaign knows it.
A year ago, Republicans thought that they had a chance to retake the Senate. Today, that looks less likely.
Reducing a public policy degree’s return on investment to “dollars in” and “dollars out” cheapens the degree and the reason most people go into the field.
Ever wonder where all of the political appointees go after they leave an administration? Many of them end up at one of Washington’s numerous public policy think tanks.
It’s not too early to start thinking about 2016. Here are the big names for that election, on the Democratic side.
The Muslim Brotherhood has threatened to sever Egypt's peace treaty with Israel if the U.S. cuts off foreign aid to Egypt. If this is not resolved, post-Mubarak Egyptian democracy could collapse.
Though a race between McCain and Obama in 2012 would possibly be closer than in 2008, McCain would ultimately lose again.
Catholic college and universities would be doing a disservice to their students by failing to provide contraception in their health care plans to students.
Congress should use its authority under Article 4 of the Constitution to admit the District as a new state.
What should have been a celebratory week marking the anniversary of Egypt's revolution became instead a week marked by detainment, protests, and squabbling in parliament.
President Obama's has been a big supporter of LGBT rights, but he should use the State of the Union to advocate for marriage equality.
For the long-term health of the Democratic party, President Barack Obama should select Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as Vice President for the 2012 election.
If Syria's President Bashar al-Assad does not step down soon, he will soon meet the fate of former Arab dictators Hosni Mubarak, Muammar Gaddafi, and Saddam Hussein.