Behind closed doors, McCarthy made a last sales pitch to other House Republicans and asked to be forgiven for his gaffe on Benghazi. At one point, a colleague rose to say, “Kevin, you need to not be in this race.”
COLUMN | What started out as a chronicle of the chaotic White House transition after Bill Clinton was elected grew into a Washington staple of job appointments, Senate confirmations, all manner of government non-, mis-, and mal-feasance and government junkets.
Starting today, the governor is getting a spinal tap and five days of round-the-clock chemotherapy at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore, and a scan next month will show how his cancer responded to treatment.
The Post in Vegas! On Monday, Sen. Harry Reid and talk show host Hugh Hewitt will join political strategists, journalists and policymakers to preview the first Democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas.