Which president paid just 7 percent in taxes? And how did Al Gore make $100 million after leaving office? We dug up some interesting facts by looking at the tax returns of presidential candidates.
Would Mitt Romney announce his vice presidential pick a month early to counter Democratic attacks to shift the debate about his campaign? There are signs such an historic act is possible.
Honor the 22nd anniversary of the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) this Saturday with free admission to the National Constitution Center.
Lyle Denniston looks at how Mitt Romney could try to overturn the Affordable Care Act if he were president – a task that could be very difficult.
NBC’s acquisition of the former MSNBC.com is timed to allow the Peacock network to fight an online battle with Fox News as the lucrative fall campaign season nears for political advertising.
An act that is part of the historic Title IX law for college sports could put a temporary end to Penn State’s legendary football program.
With a huge amount of media attention devoted to presidential politics and the Supreme Court, few people have noticed a potential historic shift in the U.S. Senate.
Matt Drudge’s trial balloon story about Condoleezza Rice as Mitt Romney’s running mate is causing waves among some conservatives.
Trey Gowdy, a congressman from South Carolina, is a former federal prosecutor whose biography touts his record of putting a most-wanted criminal in jail. But his recent claim that news reporters “aspire” to spend time in jail shows he needs to spend more time in newsrooms, and more thought on the gravity of jailing someone. […]
Condoleezza Rice’s recent speeches have wowed Republican audiences and made her a hot vice presidential contender, but her public remarks on immigration don’t exactly match Mitt Romney’s hardline stance on the issue.