Big Pharma's Corporate Welfare Oxy-Con

Opinion | Mytheos Holt
Prescription Medicine

“Bipartisanship” in Washington usually translates to “the lobbyists are winning.”

Releasing Thousands Of Felons Is Bipartisanship At Its Worst

Opinion | Scott Greer
Barack Obama visits a federal prison in Oklahoma

Republicans are once again getting conned into supporting bad policy

Chris Christie wins a stuffed bear for Obama

Politics | Alexis Levinson
President Barack Obama holds stuffed bear won for him by Gov. Chris Christie, May 28, 2013. AP photo by Pablo Martinez Monsivais

Bipartisan bromance heats up after president chokes, governor owns in arcade game

Senators put aside differences to support corporate welfare

Feature:Opinion | Jim Huffman

On some issues, Republicans and Democrats can still find common ground

Bill Clinton's legacy

Opinion | Lanny Davis

Clinton brought America together. Hopefully our 2012 presidential candidates will try to do the same.

Giffords's inspiring return teaches her colleagues the meaning of class

Feature:Opinion | David Cohen

The congresswoman’s dramatic appearance shames those who would accuse their opponents of ‘terrorism.’

The Simpson-Bowles commission's recommendations can pass with broad bipartisan support

Opinion | Lanny Davis

Americans have been too quick to dismiss the commission’s proposals.

Democrats' bipartisan seating plan killed Obama's SOTU

Feature:Opinion | Mark Impomeni

How civility undermined President Obama’s speech.

'The era of bipartisanship is now beginning'

Opinion | Lanny Davis

In his State of the Union speech next week, President Obama should declare the beginning of a bipartisan era.

Turning down the partisanship

Opinion | David Archer

Democrats and Republicans in Congress have finally found something they can agree on.

Is President Obama sending mixed signals on bipartisanship?

Opinion | Aaron Guerrero

At the moment, the political climate in Washington is filled with toxicity, a place where partisan warfare has become the daily norm and election year politics are the determining factor in how willing both parties are to work with one another

Bipartisan group of senators seek to establish earmark database - USA Today

Politics | interns

A bipartisan group of senators introduced legislation that aims to shine a little more light on earmarks

Obama selects heads of his deficit panel

Business | interns

President Obama is going to name Alan K. Simpson, a former Republican senator from Wyoming, and Erskine Bowles, former chief of staff in the Clinton White House, as the co-chairmen of a bipartisan commission to recommend how to reduce high deficits that are building the national debt to perilous levels, according to a senior administration official

Obama says Republicans need to give a little to accomplish goals - THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Politics | interns

President Barack Obama said U.S. policymakers should be able to reach a bipartisan consensus on high-profile issues such as health care and energy, but only if Republicans are really willing to negotiate

Hey Redskins’ fans: Americans feel your pain

Opinion |

These days D.C.-area football fans aren’t the only ones sorely let down.
Once again, hyped new personnel were brought into the nation’s capital – not just to the NFL’s Redskins, but to the White House — on the promise of change you could believe in. Now both Redskins devotees and American citizens everywhere are struggling with disappointment.