Two decades ago, a young diplomat who would eventually become a top Obama administration official, wrote a colorfully-worded email about African American summit.
Hillary Clinton chooses a memoir title without the help of Loop fans, instead borrowing from another former secretary of state.
Three retiring members of Congress spent their recess traveling to South Asia and Europe.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is this week's Loop Quote of the Week winner.
Vladimir Putin is asked during a televised question and answer session about his relationship with President Obama.
Richard Hoagland speaks candidly about experiences both abroad and within the walls of the State Department.
Rep. Steve Pearce (R-N.M.) holds town halls in his district about a pressing local issue.
The former White House press secretary has taken a top job with Warner Bros.
If Kathleen Sebelius runs for and wins a U.S. Senate seat, she'd join a long list of Cabinet secretaries turned senators.
The 2012 GOP presidential primary ended two years ago, but most of the failed candidates remain in the debt.