TRENTON, N.J. Chris Christie’s political mentor does not like to be touched. Everyone close to Bill Palatucci knows this about him. They especially know that Palatucci, a reserved Republican insider, really, really, really does not like to be hugged. This is precisely why Christie can’t help hugging him. “Sometimes I do it just to bug […]
The Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility is calling for an apology from 2016 presidential contender Donald Trump following a series of offensive comments he made about Mexican immigrants.
Did Justice Scalia forget that his colleagues had been robbed, mugged and burgled?
Engage Cuba, which formally launched last month, is led by political consultant James Williams and includes 15 major companies.
Insofar as he can make it about honesty, yes.
Clinton has one of the advantages of incumbency: almost no competition.
Government work is far less sexy than it is on 'House of Cards.'
More than 700 new laws went live Wednesday, some of them quirky, some of them consequential.
The Kentucky senator hopes that caucuses in this iconoclastic state will give him an early primary boost.
The White House is allowing tourists to photograph the building's interior during tours for the first time in more than 50 years.
The total beats President Obama's $42 million raised in one quarter in 2011.
In one exchange, Clinton jokes with an aide about what he had to promise to get the hold on a nominee lifted.
Concerns are rising that the OPM’s decision to shut down the system could have widespread affects for the business of government
The president formally announces plans to reopen embassies in each capital later this month.
President Obama made the announcement in a Rose Garden statement.
A very long but incomplete list.
The sentencing of Jeffrey Neely is the final chapter in the GSA spending scandal that changed government operations.
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In fact, knowing more about Southern history is associated with less support for the Confederate flag.