Rand Paul says Bill Clinton’s sexual history makes him a bad ambassador for women’s rights. He has a point.
Republicans have a chance to forgo dysfunction and show their compassion
Looking back, Obama’s strategy doesn’t work as a new paradigm of war
After waffling on open carry gun laws and battling accusations of embellishing her bio, Davis might want to take a look at how some famously fierce Texas women have ridden to victory
Conservative political analyst Carrie Sheffield on the case for not crossing the political aisle when it comes to love
Terrorist threats, a sky-high price tag, geopolitical turmoil, and controversial anti-gay laws are making for a combustible Winter Games
In a new book out Tuesday, Charlie Crist writes about that infamous embrace with Obama, which set of a firestorm that signaled his demise in the GOP
The Kentucky Republican has declared victory on behalf of America’s women, but the debate goes on
The public supports pot legalization. So why can’t politicians go along with a massive and still-growing majority of Americans?
The Garden State’s got a checkered history in national politics—going back to Aaron Burr
The benefits of starting small, harnessing markets and expanding choice
Now that gay marriage is a fact of life, a person’s sexual orientation is not only not news, it’s not very interesting
Why 2014 is already a year of national unity