'Kissing Congressman' Makes Ballot, Faces 'Duck Dynasty' Snub
He faces a challenge from a "Duck Dynasty" candidate.
Syria Chemical Attack Survivor Haunted by Memories a Year Later
On the anniversary of chemical attacks in Syria, one survivor shares his story.
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.
Harry Reid Makes Asian Jokes, Apologizes
"Sometimes I say the wrong thing," the Senate majority leader said.
Why 'Kate Upton Stands for Everything Good About America'
Washington Free Beacon editor on President Obama, Iraq and the supermodel.
Rick Perry's Smiling Mugshot Now Has Own T-Shirt
T-shirt also features mugshot of district attorney at center of indictment.
John Kerry Spotted in Nantucket
While the State Department hasn’t said where John Kerry is this week–he’s out of the office the department has told media,...
Rick Perry Doesn't 'Really Understand the Details' of Indictment
Perry spoke to business leaders in new Hampshire Friday.
US In No Hurry to Ramp Up Fight Against ISIS Inside Syria
President Bashar al-Assad may hate ISIS, but the US isn't on his side.
Amanda Curtis Is a Rare Breed of Montana Democrat
Curtis is replacing John Walsh, who resigned after a plagiarism scandal.
Sunday on 'This Week': The Latest on the Threat from ISIS
This Sunday, House Homeland Security Committee Chair Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, discusses the latest on the threat from...
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.
Obama Hopes National Guard Troops Used in 'Limited' Way in Ferguson, MO
President Obama discusses comments had with Missouri governor, Jay Nixon.
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.
Michelle Obama Tries Tai Chi in China
As she enters her 50s, a look at the first lady's life and times.