House faces pressing issues on last day before summer break.
He’s discovering that leading the world is harder than it looks.
“They’re allowing people to die to prove a point,” says a dissenting GOP mayor.
Her actions suggest she has neither interest in nor aptitude for the race.
It was amateur night at a House rules hearing on GOP plans to sue Obama.
His overuse of subpoenas discredits his oversight committee chairmanship.
Could things get any worse for the president?
Our national dialogue has become a series of one-act plays.
This humanitarian crisis was caused by his adherence to a 2008 law.
Imperial Japan taught its soldiers that death was preferable to surrender. The tea party’s code is similar.
The president is losing his ability to influence supporters and allies.
A Congress controlled by Republicans could force the party to govern — and compromise.
The Benghazi suspect’s hearing shows the merits of civilian courts.
You can tell because nothing is getting done.
Mitt Romney said it, and on Monday five judges upheld it: corporations are people.
Mitch McConnell and others set a divisive tone.
John Boehner wants to sue President Obama for “not faithfully executing the laws of our country.”
He’s enjoying too much golf for his own good.
The Republican congressman keeps witnesses in hot seat and the spotlight on himself.
Ideology had little to do with the House GOP leadership elections.
Dana Milbank writes about political theater in the nation’s capital. He joined The Post as a political reporter in 2000, after two years as a senior editor of The New Republic and eight years with the Wall Street Journal. He is also the author of three political books: Tears of a Clown (2010), Homo Politicus (2008) and Smashmouth (2001). He lives in Washington.