If she can win the Democratic nomination, there's no reason for her not to run. Also read: Hillary Clinton Is ‘Deeply Disturbed’ that the Supreme Court Upheld a Law Her Husband Signed
What an Obama presidency would look like if the GOP takes control of Congress in November.
The GOP's chances at taking the Senate could hinge on May's votes.
Not surprisingly, there's more to the raw numbers of Obamacare enrollees than meets the eye.
Friedman’s suggested approach is for Israel to concede to pretty much every Palestinian demand in every negotiating process.
Early spending by outside groups on attack ads has put Democratic incumbents on the defensive.
The strategy is fraught with risk. More: Democrat Senator: ‘I Will Vote’ to Repeal Obamacare
Odds are even that Republicans can take over the Senate.
Nice insurance company you have there. Be a shame if something happened to it.
The president's numbers are in free fall with no glimpse of the bottom yet.
A preview of the Virginia and New Jersey governor's races.
What are the possible ways out?
Expect a steady rise in costs, and no change in the country's fiscal direction. More: Obamacare Causes Layoffs At the Cleveland Clinic, Chaos Everywhere Else
Specific answers to questions about what Obamacare means to consumers.
It is inevitable that many people who currently have insurance will wind up in new plans with new doctors. Also read: Sebelius Urged to Halt $8.7 Million Obamacare Ad Buy
Trouble brewing for GOP incumbents in Georgia and Kentucky.
With declining poll numbers, the president must stoke the anger of his base.
His approval ratings will not stop his agenda. Also read: Fox News Poll: Obama In Free-Fall
The president's approval numbers remain basically unchanged despite the scandals.
The contests in South Carolina and Massachusetts might see the "wrong" candidate win.
Mob violence hits the North Side, as murder, culture, and money problems spiral.
Dueling budgets released this week reveal an unbridgeable divide.
Republicans are in better shape than Democrats were following their 2004 debacle.
Chicago's per capita murder rate is three times that of New York City.