The Republican National Committee's top communications strategist will remain with the organization through 2016, providing a sense of continuity on messaging heading into the contested race for the GOP presidential nomination.
Ahead of the Super Bowl, President Barack Obama tackled weighty issues such as whether he would choose chips and guacamole over chicken wings -- and who he would choose to be his successor, Hillary Clinton or Joe Biden.
On Monday, President Barack Obama will use his budget plan to propose spending $478 billion on America's roads, bridges and mass transit systems, with half of that steep bill financed by new taxes on U.S. corporate profits that are squirreled away…
Rep. Paul Ryan called his former Republican ticket-mate Mitt Romney's decision not to run for president again in 2016 "bittersweet," but said it won't change his decision not to enter the race, either.
President Barack Obama once again refused to label the fight against terrorism as a war on radical Islam or any kind of "religious war," insisting that such labels hurt efforts to root out radical ideologies in Muslim communities.