I would imagine all of this Democratic in-fighting comes as a big surprise to most Washington Post readers, who know Illinois mainly as a state so blue that presidential candidates don't bother campaigning here.
His infamous 47 percent remarks were taken out of context, Mitt Romney told The Washington Post's Dan Balz in an interview
[Would you like to follow me on Twitter? Because why not?] Perry continues to tell the story to Balz: Most people remember
Mitt Romney had other reasons to think that not running might be the wiser choice. Winning as a moderate from Massachusetts
"This is one really, really big green room," Corn said. "In the green room, everyone's kind of equal." "You may have just
Four years later, King broke the news of Bill Clinton's choice after receiving a numeric clue repeatedly on his pager: 4673
National media coverage of the Nevada caucus, in this respect, isn't so different from other early voting states. Reporters
With Romney the expected winner here and the favorite for the nomination, reporters have packed into his events throughout
Castellanos, extending the hurricane metaphor from the Marriott's media hangout, said "there's something about being really
Allen was surprised to see the Post's David Ignatius write an "Appreciations" piece about the late Washington businessman
For the past several days, Gibbs and chief strategist David Axelrod have tried to define former Massachusetts Governor Mitt
Still, the Romney campaign doesn't ignore the headlines of the day. "Four years ago, he was quite accessible," said the Washington
Balz is currently in talks with Reuters over taking a major editorial role at the news organization, according to sources
So, maybe there was little to be gained by Hickenlooper, who's running for governor of Colorado, making an endorsement in a contested Democratic Senate primary. But that didn't stop the ENTIRE Democratic Colorado congressional delegation from backing Bennet.
A March 28 Denver Post article included a misleading anecdote that unfortunately has now spread to the Washington Post.
Even if the public option weren't part of the Obama reform plan, the Right would still be screaming about a "government take-over" as loudly as it is now.
But in attempting to defend herself, Pelosi took the remarkable step of trying to shift the focus of blame to the CIA and