The senator's success in derailing an Obama nominee is a clear sign she intends to pressure Hillary Clinton and the Democrats ahead of 2016.
The two-time presidential candidate began an aggressive outreach over the past three days, telling former aides and donors he is serious about a 2016 bid.
The contrast highlights a dilemma facing Democrats as they frame their message about the economy.
In a challenge to Obama and other Democrats, senator says many not helped by growth.
A 1961 real estate contract indicates Johnson's support for civil rights extended to his own back yard.
Such a person would help the GOP and the nation take a bold step in breaking "America's constant curse."
Unspooling the relationship between Martin Luther King Jr. and President Lyndon B. Johnson is complicated.
The New York mayor was heckled and booed during his address to cadet graduating class.
Washington Post national political reporter Karen Tumulty previews President Obama's State of the Union address.
Washington Post political reporter Karen Tumulty discusses the latest news about Gen. Stanley McChrystal being relieved of his command.
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