WASHINGTON -- Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal referred to President Obama and his administration as "science deniers" on Tuesday.
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Alex Pappas is a Washington D.C.-based political reporter for The Daily Caller. He has also written for The Washington Examiner and the Mobile Press-Register. Pappas is a graduate of The University of the South in Sewanee, Tenn., where he was editor-in-chief of The Sewanee Purple. While in college, he did internships at NBC's Meet the Press and the White House. He grew up in Mobile, Ala., where he graduated from St. Paul's Episcopal School. He and his wife live on Capitol Hill.
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. -- Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee said Monday he hasn't yet decided whether he will mount another campaign for president, but is willing to give up his steady stream of wealth to do it.
Since Al Franken barely won a U.S. Senate seat in Minnesota after a statewide recount in 2008, the former Saturday Night Live comedian has kept his head down and largely avoided national publicity in an effort not be portrayed as one big joke of a legislator.
Hillary Clinton on Sunday returned to Iowa for the first time in six years, telling thousands of Democratic activists gathered on a farm: “I’m back!”
Officials at a nuclear power plant outside Washington D.C. say journalists from The Daily Caller could have been shot and killed had they gotten closer to the reactors during a recent investigative trip to the site.
WASHINGTON -- Ohio Sen. Rob Portman acknowledged Thursday he is thinking about running for president in 2016.
Thirteen years ago on that sunny September day, Rob Maness was in his Pentagon office when he first heard a report that a plane had crashed nearby.
Officials in Calvert County, Maryland are defending the policies of a privately-owned nuclear power plant 50 miles outside Washington D.C. after a report in The Daily Caller raised questions about its security this week.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney sharply criticized President Barack Obama’s foreign policy in Iraq and Syria on Wednesday, calling on the president to order military actions to stop the spread of the Islamic State.
“This situation has just become maddening,” an exasperated Alison Lundergan fired off in an October 2002 email to her former roommate.
LUSBY, Md. -- About 50 miles outside Washington D.C. is a nuclear power plant that sits on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay. It's the sort of place the government has warned is vulnerable to a terrorist attack.
Vice President Joe Biden’s pledge Wednesday to follow ISIS to the “gates of hell” is reminiscent of comments made by John McCain in 2007, which led to criticism that the Republican had gone too far.
It’s been fifty years since Arizona Sen. Barry Goldwater launched his general election campaign for president.
The White House is praising drugstore chain CVS for no longer selling tobacco products.
Rand Paul is often labeled by his critics an isolationist, but the Republican senator from Kentucky is now calling on President Obama to outline plans to use the military to "destroy" the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.
The Tea Party Patriots group is criticizing former House majority leader Eric Cantor for accepting a new lucrative job on Wall Street.
Let’s just say Eric Cantor is going to be making more than the $193,400 yearly salary he drew as House majority leader.
Eric Cantor has landed on Wall Street.
A conservative super PAC plans to go up on television in the crucial Arkansas Senate race this week to tie incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor to “extremist liberals” in Washington D.C.
National Republicans and Democrats are celebrating Labor Day by bashing each other.