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The three newest members of the Republican Governors Association -- all from blue states -- embraced bipartisanship.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam was chosen Thursday to be chairman of the Republican Governor’s Association, succeeding New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
Here, we take a closer look at people who say they want to see a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants – which is beyond what President Obama’s executive order would do – but say they disapprove of presidential executive action...
Rep. Mike Conaway (R., Texas), the newly appointed chair of the House Agriculture Committee, is pledging to undertake a “thoughtful” review of food stamps.
President Obama’s executive action on immigration may strengthen his support among Hispanic voters but hurt him among one of his most reliable blocs, low-income Americans,
Juleanna Glover: If an executive order deals with family visas, an issue that has long stalled congressional action on immigration, the new GOP majority would be free to pass policies it prefers.
Here are answers to top questions on President Obama's planned actions on immigration.
One by one, Republicans considering White House bids in 2016 have sounded off against President Barack Obama’s plans to allow millions of illegal immigrants to legally stay in the U.S.
Robert Litan: The growth rate of immigrants reflects a city's attitude toward welcoming or rejecting them and is a great measure of an area’s dynamism.
Florida Gov. Jeb Bush didn't drop hints about his political future, but his remarks on education reform today did extend an olive branch to critics of his support for the Common Core national academic standards.
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Former Sen. Jim Webb (D., Va.) announced an exploratory committee, the first official step toward a 2016 presidential run.
Four major broadcast television networks are taking a pass on airing President Barack Obama's Thursday primetime immigration speech.
A majority of all Americans—regardless of race, political persuasion or walk of life—now agree on one big thing: That the country's political and economic systems are stacked against people like them.
A controversy sparked by the recent comments of an Uber executive has triggered an inquiry from Capitol Hill.
Americans are largely pleased with the outcome of this month’s midterm elections but have little faith that Republican gains in the House and Senate will prompt the two parties to work more closely to solve the nation’s problems, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll finds. Here are five highlights from the poll.
Many Republican leaders predict their next presidential nominee will come from the party’s bumper crop of governors. If only anyone knew their names.
Most of the House Republicans tapped to lead congressional committees for the next two years have one thing in common: they’re men.
Just 21% of those surveyed in the latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll approve of Nancy Pelosi, compared with 47% who disapprove.
Democrats bemoaned midterm election turnout that reached historic lows. Turns out, those who sat out the Nov. 4 vote would have voted for Democrats had they shown up, the latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll found.