President Barack Obama politely declined the title of "most liberal president in U.S. history" when asked by Fox News commentator Bill O'Reilly if that is what he is, giving the nod to Richard Nixon.
The Seattle Seahawks trounced the Denver Broncos in pro football's ultimate game, but the National Football League extended its winning streak through Super Bowl XLVIII with an equally convincing array of tax breaks from New Jersey.
If some of Stanley Fischer's press clippings are accurate descriptions of his powers and abilities, the banking superstar should descend on the Federal Reserve with a capital "S" on his chest and his red cape flowing behind him.
The congressman who walked out during President Obama's State of the Union address Tuesday night, Rep. Steve Stockman (R-Texas), is considering filing articles of impeachment against Obama.
Seven former officials in the George W. Bush administration and a Republican member of House Intelligence Committee issued a sharp rebuke to the Republican National Committee Saturday over the RNC's passage of a resolution calling for an end of the "blanket surveillance" of phone calls and electronic communications records by the National Security Agency.
The Little Sisters of the Poor and Aged won another temporary victory at the U.S. Supreme Court Friday.
Democrats were quick to denounce comments made Thursday by former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee at the winter meeting of the Republican National Committee in Washington.
More than half of the respondents in a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday said the Obama administration is not competent in running the government.
The National Security Agency's bulk collection of phone records is illegal and should be ended, an independent federal watchdog agency concluded in a report released Thursday.
Conservatives living in the Cuomo Empire State may stop packing and cancel their moving van rentals, as Governor Cuomo has admitted there's room (but not much hope) for New York conservatives.