Holder Recalls Being 'Angry' After Police Encounters
Attorney General Eric Holder met with family of slain teen in Ferguson, Mo.
Why Control of the Senate May Not Be Known Until December
There's a Chance That Louisiana May Hold the Key in battle of GOP v. Democrats.
Ex Gov. McDonnell Takes Stand, Reveals Bleak Marriage
McDonnell claims he and wife were too distant to collude on gifts, cash.
Visibly Angry Obama Denounces Beheading of James Foley
The world is "appalled" by the killing of the American journalist, Obama said.
Why Political E-Mails Are Getting Even Weirder
Like car salesmen itchy to make quota, campaign emails ooze with desperation.
2014's Weirdest And Wackiest Campaign Ads So Far
These unusual ads are raising eyebrows in Washington and beyond.
Cory Booker Brings Selfie Obsession to the Senate
Booker is trying to make D.C. selfies cool again, one senator at a time.
Perry Warns Terrorists Could Infiltrate US Through Border
The governor spoke today at the Heritage Foundation.
EMILY's List Drops Big Money in Georgia Senate Race
PAC buying $1M in TV time to attack business record of Nunn opponent Perdue.
State Dept. Throws Cold Water on Ice Bucket Challenge
Government officials may soon find themselves in hot water if they continue to insist on dumping buckets of ice on their...
The Note: Two Governors Fight to Stay Afloat
The Note: Two Governors Fight to Stay Afloat By CHRIS GOOD (@c_good) NOTABLES EXCLUSIVE: EMILY’S LIST SPENDS BIG IN GA:...
Supreme Court Blocks Virginia Gay Marriage, For Now
Gay marriages, that were set to begin Thursday, will not go forward.
Rick Perry's Mugshot vs. Official Portrait: Which Is Better?
Which Texas governor is more appealing?
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.
Behind-The-Scenes On The President's Asia Trip
Here's what life is like inside the presidential bubble.
Watch: Obama Hopes National Guard Troops Used in 'Limited' Way in Ferguson, MO
President Obama discusses comments had with Missouri governor, Jay Nixon.
Watch: Obama Gives Ann Compton Last Question, Fond Farewell
The president pays tribute to ABC News Radio's White House Correspondent after she announced her retirement.
Photos: Michelle Obama Tries Tai Chi in China
As she enters her 50s, a look at the first lady's life and times.