Bloomberg Gun Group Apologizes for Honoring Marathon Bombing Suspect
Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev, who was run over by his brother after a gunfight with police, was named as a victim of gun violence during an event held by Mayors Against Illegal Guns, the anti-gun violence group run by New York City Mayor...
Personal and Political Connections: One-Night Stands Or a Real Relationship?
Obama Should Examine His Relationships with Congress and the American Public
Watch: President Obama Makes Historic Speech in Germany
US President urges Western democracies not to become "complacent" in a post-Cold War era.
Eldest Duggar Moving to DC for Job
Josh Duggar, who is known as a pro-life activist, fundamentalist Christian, reality show star and the eldest of 19 children, is adding another title to his public persona. On Monday, Duggar announced via Twitter that he will be joining the Family Research Council as executive...
Obama Warns 'Work Is Not Yet Done'
BERLIN — Speaking at Berlin’s historic Brandenburg Gate, President Obama today challenged Western democracies not to become complacent in the post-Cold War era, saying “our work is not yet done.” “Complacency is not the character of great nations. Today’s threats are not as stark as...
Immigration Bill: One Long, Arduous Day
It was a good and bad day for immigration overhaul. On the good side, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office Tuesday singlehandedly undercut fiscal objections from conservatives by reporting in its analysis of the "Gang of 8" Senate bill that reform would cut the national deficit and improve the U.S. economy.
Third GOP Senator Backs Gay Marriage
Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska came out today in support of gay marriage, the third GOP senator to change course on the issue this year. In an op-ed that will be posted shortly on the senator’s website, she notes that her change in opinion...
Obama Preps Big Speech at Historic Brandenburg Gate
BERLIN — Here in Berlin five years ago, Barack Obama addressed one of the largest and most enthusiastic crowds he’s ever seen. He was treated as such superstar that the McCain campaign responded with a TV commercial using footage of the Berlin speech to brand...
Obama Says NSA Dragnet 'Saved Lives'
Obama defends government surveillance to prevent threats
The Note: Obama At The Gate
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES WHAT A DIFFERENCE FIVE YEARS MAKES: In Berlin five years ago, Barack Obama addressed one of the largest and most enthusiastic crowds he’s ever seen. He was treated as such superstar that the McCain campaign responded with a TV commercial...