Jeb Bush participated in a question-and-answer session with Fox News host Sean Hannity at the Conservative Political Action Conference Friday during which he defended his positions on immigration and Common Core for which he has received criticism in the conservative community.
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Donald Trump said at the Conservative Political Action Conference Friday that he is “very seriously” considering running for the Republican nomination for president in 2016.
Congressman Roger Williams (R-Tex.) introduced legislation Thursday authorizing and urging Obama to give the medal to Kyle posthumously, as reports The Hill.
In the most recent issue of DC Comics’ “Catwoman” book series, the main character Selina Kyle comes out as a bisexual, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.), who has been vocal about his denial of climate change, brought a snowball to the Senate floor Thursday when he was called to deliver his remarks.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) during his speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference Thursday emphasized the need for the next U.S. president to deliver hope to the American youth by “[taking] the power out of Washington.
The now-infamous Obamacare architect has been forced to step down from the Massachusetts health exchange board, as reports WBZ-TV.
Carly Fiorina challenged Hillary Clinton to “name an accomplishment” during her speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference Thursday afternoon.
During the question-and-answer portion of her speech at a Silicon Valley women’s leadership conference Tuesday, Clinton was asked which she would prefer in 2015: The job of Academy Awards host or that of a candidate for U.S. president.
The British journalist suggested on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” Thursday that Republicans will likely have an advantage against Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election because the former secretary of State and first lady is “no spring chicken.”
While speaking at the Silicon Valley women’s leadership conference “Lead On” Tuesday, Clinton used a line that bared uncanny resemblance to a phrase used by one of her potential 2016 competitors: Possible GOP presidential candidate and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina.
The American population is growing more and more diverse, meaning that the Republican party will likely need to win a record percentage of the minority vote in order to secure the presidency in 2016.
Goldberg and her fellow hosts on “The View” Tuesday discussed the reports that Hillary Clinton paid the female staffers in her U.S. Senate office 72 cents for each dollar paid to their male counterparts between 2002 and 2008.
In a memo sent to Administration Secretary Justin Johnson Monday, Auditor Doug Hoffer presents evidence that suggests Gruber “overstated” the hours worked on his economic modeling contract for the state, as reports the Burlington Free Press.
The former secretary of State is speaking at “Lead On,” a Silicon Valley women’s leadership conference taking place Tuesday at the Santa Clara Convention Center in California, a move that, according to the San Francisco Chronicle, indicates Clinton’s interest in the “Lean In” demographic.
Fresh off “Downtown Abbey” red office fame, Rep. Aaron Schock (R-Ill.) is currently being scrutinized for reportedly spending taxpayer money and campaign funds on private plane flights, concerts and festivals.
The former Obama advisor in an interview with Katie Couric for Yahoo! News expanded on why he has said in the past that the super PAC Ready for Hillary obscures Clinton’s candidacy for president.
The conservative group American Crossroads released an advertisement entitled “Rigged” Sunday that slams Hillary Clinton using Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s voice.
According to an analysis by the Washington Free Beacon, Hillary Clinton — a proponent of equal pay — paid her female staffers in her U.S. Senate office 72 cents for each dollar paid to their male counterparts.
“Ready for Hillary” — the super PAC that vigorously supports Clinton — posted a photo of Hillary on Twitter before the Oscars with the hashtag #AskHerMore, thereby inserting Hillary into a social media campaign previously occupied only by Hollywood’s female elite.