Either Elizabeth Warren just made Hillary Clinton's vice-presidential choice a lot harder or a lot easier, depending on how you see her strategic decision-making process and how much chance you think a Clinton/Warren ticket has of becoming reality.
When the JLENS air surveillance blimp cut loose from its moorings in Maryland and crashed in central Pennsylvania last fall, it raised serious questions about the future of the $2.7 billion program.
While Trump is away pitching his golfing enterprises at his renovated Turnberry course and visiting another at Aberdeen, Clinton is seizing a unique opportunity to underscore the contrast in her rival's world view of the economy with her own.
Given Trump's less-than-stellar performance as a fundraiser so far, might he think about taking public funding for the general election portion of the campaign? It's an odd prospect, given Trump's oft-touted wealth -- even if he's not quite as rich as he claims to be.
Our report describes in detail the network of prominent Americans who continue to lend their credibility and talents to defending or promoting seven of America's biggest for-profit college companies amid growing indications of predatory practices.
A quarter century of US military intervention in Iraq, supported by Senator McCain, has brought a failed state, brutal sectarian violence, and the fuel for a global violent insurgency. The core of McCain's constant calls for more deployments is his belief that American troops can overcome centuries of hostility and sectarian conflict.
The tragic news from Orlando dominated the week's media, as once again someone with easy access to military-style weaponry takes dozens of lives. According to Donald Trump and John McCain, this is all Barack Obama's fault (of course). Personally, we think if you want to go back and point fingers, you'd have to include George W. Bush.
By contrasting Trump's bigotry and attempts to divide us with what America really stands for, Secretary Clinton has offered something more than merely a politically effective attack -- she's offered Americans a choice about how we want to define our nation.
1. Denial = Romney 2. Anger = Trump 3. Bargaining = Ryan 4. Depression = McCain 5. Acceptance: = Hillary Clinton
These Republicans will attempt to fool voters into believing that even though Trump is the leader of their party, they will somehow provide an independent voice. Democrats need to be able to counter that attempt.
What the hell do I do now, Melania? I'm the frickin' Republican nominee! That wasn't supposed to happen! This was supposed to be fun for a few months.
Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump today reflected on his storied military career while laying a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Shareholder.
On the final Memorial Day weekend of the Obama administration, the soon to be astonishingly young ex-Commander-in-Chief has some recent successes to savor on the security front.
Like it or not, Trump has beat all rivals for the Republican nomination before the convention has even started. Just about everyone, except perhaps Tr...