Sen. Harry Reid Will Retire in 2016
The minority leader has served in the Senate since 1987.
Ben Affleck Talks 'Batman' During Senate Hearing (And Yes There's a Spoiler)
The testified on his Eastern Congo Initiative before Congress.
Disgraced Congressman Ignores Questions on Criminal Probe
Rep. Aaron Schock returns to Capitol to sign off, cast final vote.
O'Malley Says Presidency 'Not Some Crown to Be Passed Between Two Families'
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley is interviewed on "This Week."
Indiana Gov. Says 'Religious Freedom' Law Won't Change
Mike Pence said that the issue had been turned into "shameless rhetoric."
'This Week' Transcript: Former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley
Former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley interviewed on "This Week."
5 Stories You'll Care About in Politics This Week
Harry Reid's surprise announcement and interpreting Hillary Clinton's Twitter.
Seattle Mayor Bans Travel to Indiana Over 'Religious Freedom'
Mayor Ed Murray said Indiana's law doesn't reflect Seattle's values.
Kerry Orders Email Preservation Review at State
He sent a letter to the State Department's IG recently.
Sunday on ???This Week???: Former Maryland Gov. Martin O???Malley
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is interviewed on "This Week."
Religious Freedom Bill Might Rile 2016 Race
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has won a fan in Iowa's kingmaker
Excerpt: 'In Defense of a Liberal Education' by Fareed Zakaria
Read an excerpt from 'In Defense of a Liberal Education' by Fareed Zakaria.
Kids Set to Take Over the White House for a Day (Sort of)
President Obama unveils new initiative to expand “Take Our Daughters and Sons to
When Potential 2016 Candidates Could Announce Their Run
A look at the 2016 timelines of the top Democrats and Republicans.
5 Times Obama Ditched His Shoes Overseas
He visits a lot of historic sites, which often necessitates footwear removal.
12 Fun Things You Didn't Know About Past Presidents
The first president to bathe in running water and other facts.
7 Signs the 2016 Presidential Race Has Begun
A slew of possible presidential hopefuls are making a mad dash for Iowa.
Six Top Democrats Who Aren't So Ready For Hillary
Some major Democrats stay distant from Clinton's presidential prospects.
US Supports Initial Saudi Military Actions In Yemen
Jeff Rathke answers questions during a briefing related to the instability in Yemen.
John Kerry Requests Records Review at State Department
Jeff Rathke answers questions during a briefing related to an Inspector General’s review of the department’s record keeping...
New Indiana Religious Freedom Bill a License to Discriminate, Say Opponents
Gov. Mike Pence (R-Ind.) signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law, which models federal legislation meant to...
Embattled Rep. Aaron Schock Departs Capitol After Farewell Speech
Resigning Rep. Aaron Schock, R-Ill., under fire for alleged misuse of taxpayer funds, declined to answer questions as he left...
Jesse Jackson, Jr. Released from Federal Prison
The former Illinois U.S. Representative served two years in an Alabama federal prison for misusing campaign funds.
Saudi Arabia Launches Military Operations in Yemen
Saudi Ambassador Adel Al-Jubeir during a news conference addresses the increasing instability in the Arab nation of Yemen.
Congresswoman Botches Park Job Outside Capitol
DC Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton couldn't seem to maneuver her sedan into the open space.
Is Yemen Still Obama's Model for Fighting Extremists?
White House stands behind Yemen model even as country descends into chaos.
State Dept. Responds to Allegations That Israel Spied on US to Undermine Iran Deal
Jen Psaki answers questions during a State Department briefing related to the recent WSJ article on Israeli efforts to spy on...
Obama To Slow Troop Withdrawal from Afghanistan
President Obama said today that the U.S. will "maintain our current posture of 9,800 troops" in Afghanistan through the end...
Michelle Obama Visits Japan
As she enters her 50s, a look at the first lady's life and times.