Sen. Bob Corker told the Wilson Center last June that, looking back on more than a decade of armed conflict with al-Qaeda, Congress finds itself left with "no ownership whatsoever" of U.S. counterterrorism
The United States Senate voted down a constitutional amendment Thursday designed to limit money in political campaigns — exactly the opposite of what most Americans say they want. The result was a foregone
The New York Times reported Tuesday night that President Barack Obama's administration is pursuing a "sweeping" international climate change deal that bypasses the Senate. At a media briefing Wednesday,
By all accounts, scandal-plagued Scott DesJarlais should have lost. He didn't. NASHVILLE—Two abortions. Maybe three, if you count the one he pressured a girlfriend—who happened to be his patient—to get.
Democrats have been talking a lot about the Koch brothers lately, and not just because you can wittily accuse a Republican of being “Addicted to Koch!” (the name is pronounced like coke). Two weeks ago,