Don't expect Hillary Clinton to settle for second place on an Obama-led ticket if she doesn't win the nomination. The senator from New York likely has a more sinister strategy in mind.
Former UN Weapons inspector Scott Ritter was correct in his pre-war assessment that Saddam Hussein had been defanged of WMD. But his subsequent pronouncements about Syria, Iran, and other security issues cast serious doubts on his objectivity.
Ignoring Hillary Clinton's presence in the race is an attempt by a marginal front-runner to present himself as the presumptive Democratic nominee.
The former president plans to meet with Khalid Mashid, the exiled political leader of Hamas. We shouldn't be surprised.
The very slimeball qualities that led to Mark Penn's downfall explain why he endured as Hillary Clinton's chief strategist for so long, and despite so many failures.
A new poll shows that the vast majority of Americans are dissatisfied with the direction in which the country is headed. Their specific gripes, and prescriptions for how to fix what's wrong, may surprise you.
Did Hillary Clinton try to prevent Richard Nixon from obtaining legal counsel in the Watergate investigation in order to protect the dark secrets of Camelot? (Yes, it's that kind of news day.)