Hillary Rodham Clinton has added the White House communications director, Jennifer Palmieri, to her fledgling 2016 presidential campaign staff.
The fallout from Representative Aaron Shock's "Downton Abbey"- inspired office continues.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush gave a campaign style speech in Detroit on Wednesday, touching on a range of themes including economics, education, immigration and global terrorism. Here are some key points from his remarks:
The Des Moines Airport will see yet another en masse flooding of suits, media and entourages, as numerous potential presidential candidates are set to attend the Iowa Agricultural Summit on March 7.
President Obama today, speaking after meeting with Dreamers in the Oval Office, according to pool reports.
Jeb Bush delivers a speech to the Detroit Economic Club.
Mitt Romney may have opted out of presidential politics this time around, but the lessons of his previous campaigns are still being heeded by other Republicans.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden took a detour to Williamsburg today, dropping by the warehouse offices of Vice Media.
Gov. Chris Christie’s three-day swing through the United Kingdom, which ended on Tuesday afternoon, did not lift or diminish the potential candidate -- but it did make some news.
Jeb Bush is in Detroit and looking more and more like a presidential candidate.
Video posted online in 2008 shows that President Obama, then a senator, did not identify himself as a vaccine skeptic.
A measles outbreak has spurred a political debate over vaccine mandates, turning a public health question into one of personal liberty.
Senator Rand Paul invited a reporter with him to watch him get his booster vaccination for Hepatitis A.
Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky appeared to stumble when he stepped into a controversy over vaccine mandates on Monday night, but his bigger problem may be backlash from women.
Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey had a busy final day in the United Kingdom Tuesday, but he declined to talk to the press, determined to avoid fueling lines of coverage that have meddled with his message.
Senator Marco Rubio, a Florida Republican who is an outspoken critic of President Obama's Cuba policy, took issue with the move to normalize relations and also with the absence of certain witnesses.
Speaker John A. Boehner weighed in on the vaccination debate.
The fight over immigration policy shifts to the Senate on Tuesday, with Democrats confident that they can block a homeland security financing bill that would reverse President Obama's immigration directives.
Senator Rand Paul took a firm position on the side of people who say vaccination is a personal choice, overshadowing earlier comments by Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey and inserting himself into a hot debate that will likely resurface if the senator runs for president.
Hillary Rodham Clinton will be inducted into Irish America magazine's Hall of Fame next month, giving her an early opportunity to try to charm a critical voting bloc.