After winning 11 states in 2012, Santorum carries his conservative message into a tougher 2016 field.
The British Embassy in Washington is looking to improve its "defence" image.
Possible presidential candidate Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) hit the road to Israel and Afghanistan this week
House Republican says OMB isn't being forthcoming about its own analysis of two proposals.
Because apparently we have to talk about a politician's hair.
Democrats are much more moderate than Republicans.
Nobody has won a bigger, tougher state. And he did it three times.
If you're a fan of competitive races, North Carolina is the state for you.
J Street backs Donna Edwards, who has been criticized by some for her stance on Israel.
Former New York governor makes eighth trip to Granite State, finds many still don’t recognize him.
Taking questions from Twitter, the president plans to discuss storm preparedness.
“I make a joke that every four years, there’s the Olympics, there’s the World Cup, and I come to New Hampshire thinking about running for president.”
Former New York governor George Pataki released a video May 28 announcing his intention to run for president in 2016.
Should fast food companies be held responsible for America's obesity problem? These states don't think so.
Democratic lawmaker renews call for firing Commerce IG Todd Zinser.
Want to get a sense of the Floridian's national odds? Look to the Silver State.
Four Pinocchios for a widely-used statistic that is dated and based on guesses and assumptions.
He phones into a GOP conference call and provides sharper criticism than usual of potential Republican foes.
Data suggest tougher border security and trends in Latin America are driving the slowdown.
Appellate courts have sided with the Obama administration in recent decisions.
Generation Forward leaders say the former Maryland governor can best represent young voters.
Former New York governor George Pataki is a contender for the White House in 2016. Here's the Republican's take on tax reform, the Islamic State, student loans and more, in his own words.