Baucus and Camp plan to tour the country to talk about starting from scratch and rewriting America's monster tax code.
Franken: Can't we just work this into existing curriculum?
How did we think they'd react when we threatened to tear down all they know over some concept they've never even heard of — math?
A victory for the Assad/Iran/Hizballah/Russia side in the Syrian civil war would represent a strategic disaster for the U.S. and the West in the region.
Does the Florida senator know something the rest of us don't?
The government still arbitrarily confiscates crops, and the massive bill does not address this.
If your rates have gone up, ask if your provider is factoring “climate change” into your bill.
"There has been a constant drift of constitutional interpretation in Washington, and that drift has only gone in one direction."
GOP rep: "The Capitol is actually too much like the field with one team against the other and lined up in different spots."
Larry Summers, a potential frontrunner for Federal Reserve chairman, argues for the administration.
It’s not a long-term solution to rampant drug violence, but it could provide short-term relief.
Is Obama moving a loyalist next to Brennan to mold the agency back to pre-9/11 policy or is he trying to wipe his slate of scandals?
The Kansas Republican says he has waited weeks for Treasury Secretary Jack Lew to answer his questions.
The U.S. has violated the law for security many times. Were we ever safer?
As the West weighs involvement, the Saudis replace foe Qatar as the rebels' primary backer.
Obama's incessant scandals and disregard of individual liberty are reminders that we've forgotten the purpose of the Declaration of Independence.
The Guardian columnist embraces a brand of "anti-imperialism" informed by a palpable loathing of America.
“I have NO confidence whatsoever that some sort of gun registry doesn't already exist, in light of the NSA revelation, IRS revelation, AP wiretap revelation, etc.” — Rob Olive, author of Essential Liberty.
Agency director to critical senators: "I do think what we're doing does protect American civil liberties and privacy."
“I’m all for immigration reform. But I don’t want to vote ‘yes’ and then find out in 10 years that everybody is pointing a finger at me."
Reid calls Cornyn effort to rewrite chunks of the bill “a poison pill” intended to undermine the legislation.
Can we even trust the Obama administration with national security matters? Hear what Ann Coulter has to say.
Erdogan is wrapping up his "long con."