Denials of terror threat preceded the AP's bomb plot story; said one congressman in May 2012, "This is the funny season, this time of year."
A long-term solution to the "doc fix"?
What Brazil (and the Obama administration) can learn from Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru.
Corporate media spins "news" of declining criminal use of firearms to hide the truth.
At hearing today: "I've just been given a note that we have in fact confirmed that the deputy was the one who authorized the subpoena."
Under a new rule proposed for colleges, the most trivial conduct could be considered sexual harassment.
House conservatives alarmed: “When we ignore the rule of law we become like the country many immigrants are fleeing," Gohmert said.
Immigration law may be broken but you don't fix it by rewarding law breakers.
The IRS was just doing its job?
It’s a bad rerun of a show that was awful the first time, and yet ran far too long.
If you sat next to Ariel Castro in a movie theater, you would never guess how evil he was.
Some early indications from Capitol Hill even before news broke of the Justice Department actions that have mortified free-press advocates.
BREAKING: Gosnell faces the death penalty as he's convicted on three first-degree murder charges in the deaths of babies born alive.
Lawmakers sound off to PJM about Benghazi and Susan Rice's "cock-and-bull" talking points.
With light years between Ryan's House budget and Murray's Senate budget, Reid pressures Republicans for meetings unlikely to yield agreement.
Senator and prince discuss land mines on Capitol Hill.
McConnell: “This EPA has turned the coal permitting process into an illegitimate, back-door means to shut down coal mines permanently."
What is driving the right to emulate the worst tactics of the left?
Despite his law degree, an MSNBC appearance revealed him ignorant of two elements of the Constitution.
Grassley: "Alliances seem to have been made to ensure that nothing passed that would make substantial changes and improvements to the bill."
Is it a backdoor move towards a drastic nationwide work-week reduction?
In first hearing on Boston bombings, former senator says "it was possible to have prevented" attack and questions why mosque that says it threw out Tamerlan Tsarnaev didn't report him.
Four Americans are dead and there are many questions about what happened that night that still need to be answered.
They're the unmanned aerial vehicles that inspired the filibuster of the year, but some say they could drive economic growth.