The defense secretary says he'll leave the 'grand strategy' to others.
President Obama might be returning 5 percent of his salary, but he should have his pay docked for not submitting a budget on time.
The president still doesn't get it: he's squandering part of his presidency by failing to make nominations a priority.
It's a filibuster. It's not the first. It won't be the last.
Hey, reporters: Please understand what a 60-vote Senate means.
No, the Senate isn't getting it right. A reminder of what the confirmation process can do, for senators and for effective government.
Times change. People change. And on issues of civil rights when both change, folks should be given the space to make amends for being on the wrong side of history.
Why returning to simple-majority confirmation for executive branch nominations would work for everyone.