The Republican tells Bloomberg Politics he sees no need to formally declare himself a candidate anytime soon.
A new congressional report rejects Benghazi cover-up allegations—but hints that Republicans aren't done with the issue.
Looking forward to the day that a great female comic has a chance to make a serious point.
At a Clinton loyalist meeting in New York City, Jeb Bush and Rob Portman's names are in the air.
Dishwashers will become waiters, and day laborers will move to full-time work on farms, forcing employers to pay higher wages for new workers.
The president says his order doesn't go far enough, but Republicans beg to differ.
An immigration plan is born
“We're in a wait-and-see place,” says one advocate.
Obama's decision to use his sole power to reset the legal status and reshape the fortunes of about 5 million people is likely to stand as the last major piece of his domestic political legacy.
How the face of a movement is greeting Obama's executive order: “If I qualify, you bet I’m going to apply.”
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The 2014 Election Map Without Democrats and Republicans
Libertarians took third place nationwide—with a cast of colorful sidekicks.