"I believe they are growing in size. Congress has to take this seriously because sharknado is a real phenomenon," Bachmann
Rep. Michele Bachmann concludes her farewell address: "Thank you for the privilege, and I yield back."
Steve Fraser, a historian of America’s relationship with wealth and power, is publishing a new book. Back me, and spread
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) isn't running for reelection to Congress this year, but her leadership political action committee
The Iowa anecdote is one of many telling moments in the new book on the 2012 campaign, set to be released Tuesday. The Huffington
By today's standards my political views are considered liberal, perhaps even far to the left of center. Yet just a few decades ago I would have been (and was) labeled a moderate or even slightly right of center for holding the same positions I hold today.
Arianna discussed Michele Bachmann's retirement on ABC's This Week. She said: "What is interesting, is that basically, like
3. Crazy Comparisons Bachmann also once accused the president of wanting "re-education camps for young people." Where do
"I think she's definitely read the tea leaves and probably made a wise choice on her part to get out now," Graves, who narrowly
The strength of the GOP in Bachmann's district would suggest her reelection should be easy. But she managed only a one-point
The FBI has jumped into a multi-pronged investigation of alleged misconduct by the failed presidential campaign of Rep. Michele
"Great news!" Bachmann says in the ad. "The U.S. House just passed my bill to repeal Obamacare." UPDATE: Graves responded
Bachmann On Possibility Of Impeaching Obama
The San Francisco-based liberal group is not running television or radio ads. Instead, it is launching a field operation
Short also has attracted an Federal Election Commission inquiry because he was paid by MichelePAC while working for Bachmann's
Speaking today from the Oval Office, President Obama warned that absent a sharp reversal, within weeks the nation will be inundated by a tsunami of declarations by entertainers, politicians and others that they want to "give back" to voters.
Eighteen months ago, the Minnesota House member was considered an unlikely but undeniable Republican rising star, winning
Once one of the tea party’s loudest voices on Capitol Hill, Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann now shuns the national spotlight
Bachmann ran for president during the Republican presidential primary in 2012. She withdrew from the race in June 2012, after
The push drew widespread backlash from top administration officials, Bachmann's colleagues on the House Intelligence Committee