The man labeled the most powerful vice president in American history remains resolute in his steadfast defense of his time in the White House in a new documentary that begins airing Friday.
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From Mitt Romney to Mitch McConnell, here are some humorous highlights from the Conservative Political Action Conference.
David Petraeus will make his first major public appearance since resigning as director of the Central Intelligence Agency at a California dinner honoring veterans and active duty military, according to two people close to Petraeus.
A day after the United States promised new missile defense interceptors to guard against a North Korean attack, Pyongyang responded Saturday by blasting the Americans “hostile policy” and saying it won’t negotiate with them over its nuclear program.
Ohio conservative Sen. Rob Portman is reversing his hardline position against same-sex marriage. And the reason why is surprising.
As conservatives head home after three days of red meat speeches, the battle for the GOP is just starting. Here are five things to look for after the Conservative Political Action Conference.
Proposed universal background checks of firearms purchases won’t stop gun violence, but would serve agendas of people “bent on destroying the Second Amendment,” a top National Rifle Association official told a conservative political conference on Friday.
For Amanda Ihnat, a millennial and a conservative, Sen. Rob Portman’s change of heart on supporting same-sex marriage was a much-needed — albeit tardy turnaround.
Republican Sen. Rob Portman’s flip-flop approval for same-sex marriage, is just the latest change of heart on the issue by conservatives.
When Rob Portman signed on to the Mitt Romney campaign in January 2012, he was seen as a key supporter — a rising star in the Republican Party, a swing state campaigner and a staunch conservative who could protect Romney on the right.
President Barack Obama wrapped up three days of personal outreach on Capitol Hill, holding what both sides called a “great” meeting on Thursday with Senate Republicans, who urged him to deliver the necessary Democratic support for making needed reforms to popular entitlement programs.
Nearly a dozen Republicans who might be considering a run for the GOP presidential nomination in 2016 are auditioning in front of the Conservative Political Action Conference, which touts itself as the largest and oldest annual gathering of conservatives.
Iran is more than a year away from developing a nuclear weapon, President Barack Obama said in an interview that aired Thursday on an Israeli television station.
David Rothkopf says budget follies playing out in Washington do little to resolve debt.
A ban on semiautomatic firearms modeled after military assault weapons won approval Thursday from a Senate committee, sending the legislation to the full Senate for consideration as part of a package of gun measures studied after the Connecticut school shootings last December that killed 20 first-graders.