WASHINGTON --- In January, after David Perdue was sworn in to the Senate, the Georgia Republican had his staff gather down the street from the Capitol for their first-ever meeting together.
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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.
Jim Webb, the Democrat exploring a run for president as an alternative to Hillary Clinton, is hiring staff in Iowa, a sign that he's likely to pull the trigger on a White House run.
Robert Durst -- the eccentric son of a New York real estate mogul who was arrested over the weekend after a HBO documentary shed light on three killings he is suspected of being involved in -- has donated money to two Democratic campaign committees.
BOWIE, Md.—Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul spent Friday afternoon at one of the oldest historically black colleges in the country, arguing for changes to the criminal justice system while trying to woo African-Americans to the Republican Party.
There have not yet been any arrests, or description of suspects, in this week’s shootings of two Ferguson, Missouri police officers, but one black activist says he has a hunch who is responsible.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, perhaps trying to deflect attention away from the email scandal she finds herself in, threw the first punch Wednesday in a Twitter fight with potential presidential candidates.
WASHINGTON -- When the Sharknado devours the nation’s capital this summer, Michele Bachmann will be at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Hillary Clinton on Tuesday finally took questions about the revelation that she exclusively used private email accounts to conduct official business while serving as secretary of state, claiming in an highly anticipated news conference: "I did it for convenience."
WASHINGTON -- On Tuesday, former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb, exploring a run for president as a Democrat, had three chances to criticize Hillary Clinton over the email scandal she finds herself in.
Gearing up for a likely White House run, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush has released a video from last weekend’s summit in Iowa that shows him traveling through the state and “describing the impact Iowa’s agriculture industry has on the entire country.”
No joke: Hillary Clinton could launch her presidential campaign on Aprils Fools Day, according to a new report.
As Hillary Clinton faces scrutiny about emails sent while secretary of state, a Democrat who might run against her for the party's presidential nomination is ramping up campaign activity with plans to make an appearance at a presidential forum this week.
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President Obama said Friday he doesn’t think his daughters, Sasha and Malia, will follow him into politics one day.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s political action committee is hitting Hillary Clinton over the recent revelations that she used private email accounts for official business while secretary of state, saying she needs to address questions about the legality of the practice.
The president of a Democratic Party super PAC dedicated to digging up opposition research on Republicans said of New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie: "We want to kill him dead."
Hillary Clinton's use of private email accounts is "disturbing" and Nixonian, says a Republican congressman.
Supporters of former Texas Gov. Rick Perry have formed a super PAC to support him if he runs for president in 2016.
Mark Everson, who served as commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service under President George W. Bush and oversaw President Ronald Reagan's amnesty to illegal immigrants in the 1980s, plans to mount a long-shot bid for president in 2016, he said in a statement on Thursday.
The House committee investigating the 2012 attacks in Benghazi released a statement Wednesday saying the “American people have a right” to examine former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails.