In 2004, Bush was faced with a potentially embarrassing dilemma: How could a guy who skipped Vietnam (and who could not or
To all those candidates losing their minds and expressing outrage at Donald Trump now - where were you then? Donald Trump's comments are sickening. But, so is the putrid selective outrage being displayed by his competitors in the primary.
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It's over for Michael Boggs. Like, really over.
They continued, "Throughout the process, Judge Boggs has exhibited enormous restraint and the temperament expected of a jurist
But Chambliss said perhaps the biggest flaw in the Democrats' analysis is that their investigators did not interview any
By Sarah N. Lynch and Doina Chiacu U.S. Representative Mike Rogers, the Republican chairman of the House Intelligence Committee
Obama administration officials held a closed-door, classified briefing on Wednesday in which they spent more than two hours detailing to senators the trade of five senior Taliban leaders for U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, but many lawmakers decided to leave early.
But many senators found the video and the administration's case for urgency unsatisfactory, given claims that Bergdahl had
Amid the turmoil, nearly all committee members on Wednesday declined to discuss what the next steps in the matter should
The shadow over Jimmy Carter has more to do with perceptions of failure and weakness, and with the memory of a bad time in
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama has now infuriated abortion rights advocates, civil rights leaders and Democratic lawmakers
Love it or hate it, we're in a brand new election year. What with the lowest rating for Congress in history and the gridlock on Capitol Hill, this may seem like less than the greatest news. But women ought to be pretty enthusiastic.
Elsewhere in the country, President Obama has been very intentional about nominating diverse pools of qualified nominees, in an effort to have our federal courts reflect the people whom they serve. The Georgia slate is a troubling outlier.
"The question we're going to have to ask is, can we accomplish the same goals that this program is intended to accomplish
Nobody is claiming the pact worked out between the high-profile Ryan, the Republican Party's vice presidential nominee last
More than ever, Israel is isolated from world opinion and the squishy entity known as "the international community." The Israeli government keeps condemning the Iran nuclear deal, by any rational standard a positive step away from the threat of catastrophic war.
Intelligence gathering is certainly one important aspect of the counterterrorism business, but ultimately the U.S. needs to prosecute and incarcerate these individuals -- and our federal court system remains the most effective way to bring terrorists to justice.
The National Review reported Wednesday that House Republicans met to discuss a point of contention within the Affordable
"I was asked about [Obama's comments] yesterday, and I said, ‘Maybe the president needs to go back and look at what he said