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Want details on tonight’s state dinner for Chinese President Hu Jintao? Good luck.
Foreign reporters wonder how predictable the Tucson tragedy really was.
Politifact tabulates the year's biggest political lies and half-truths.
For now, not much, it seems... given the disparity in legal opinions.
With a Florida judge’s ruling against the administration Monday, Obama’s health-care plan seems destined for a Supreme Court showdown, where Justice Anthony Kennedy will be the swing vote.
On Friday afternoon, when congressional Republicans chose Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) to give their official response to the State of the Union address, Democrats must have been thrilled. By most traditional measures Ryan is a good choice for Republicans; he is young, handsome, articulate, and affable. Show More Summary
Liberals are criticizing the Tea Party movement for its supposed ties to the school board in Wake County, N.C., which is removing the county’s longstanding school-integration system. But those ties are tenuous.
President Hu Jintao requested a “quintessentially American experience” at the White House—and he got one, from apple pie to open political discourse.
Want details on tonight’s state dinner for Chinese President Hu Jintao? Good luck, says Dan Stone, who reports on the importance of the affair and who might be on the guest list.
Leading conservative politicians and pundits are suggesting that the assault-weapons ban would violate the Second Amendment. It wouldn't.
A cheat sheet of issues that Chinese President Hu Jintao and President Obama are expected to talk about this week.
Coming on the heels of President Obama's choice of Bill Daley as his new chief of staff, the selection of Bruce Reed from the Democratic Leadership Council to run Vice President Biden's staff is causing concern on the left.
The country's leading gay-rights group examines the record of all the members of the 112th Congress, and finds that it has lost its sympathetic majority in both chambers. What does that mean for its legislative priorities?
The Tea Party Patriots are pointing to Phoenix as a cultural, political, and economic model.
From a year of enormous whoppers—like the president's alleged $200 million-a-day trip to India and the claim that the stimulus created not one job in the private sector—the editors at Politifact have identified the biggest deception of all.