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President Barack Obama will deliver a speech Wednesday to explain to the nation "what our game plan is going forward" in the fight against ISIS.
The "Daisy" ad run by President Johnson's campaign 50 years is widely viewed as the first political attack ad.
Ruben Navarrette says a string of broken promises by President Obama should show Latinos that he isn't going to reform immigration
The U.S. military launched airstrikes targeting ISIS fighters around a key dam in western Iraq on Sunday, the Pentagon said.
California Rep. Tony Cardenas on the President's decision to delay immigration reform action until after midterms.
John King, Jonathan Martin and Margaret Talev on the President's comments about his struggle with the optics of politics.
Reflecting on 9/11 and Boston marathon bombing, Mayor Walsh warns of constant vigilance in the face of future terror.
President Barack Obama on Sunday signaled for the first time that he is likely to dispatch U.S. military resources to help fight the serious outbreak of Ebola in several countries in West Africa.
President Obama said he should have known better than to go golfing immediately after speaking about the beheading of an American journalist.
Cardona: If delaying executive action keeps democratic control of Senate, it's good for immigration reform long term.
A fresh round of clues arrived this week from two Republican lawmakers who are regularly asked about their desire to pursue their party's nomination in 2016.
Americans say ISIS is a "serious threat to this country." But the danger is overhyped, says Peter Bergen.
Major decisions abroad for President Obama, a peek inside Pat Roberts' new campaign playbook, and reminders of how important Nevada and Iowa are in national politics emerged from our trip around the 'Inside Politics' table.
S.E. Cupp says that Obama's foreign policy is to not be George W. Bush but he has not carved out a policy of his own.
Elizabeth Warren spoke candidly in 2004 about how the Senate change Hillary Clinton, proving that the Senate has changed Warren, too.
Lawyers for State Sen. Chris McDaniel filed an appeal Friday with the Mississippi Supreme Court to overturn last week's judicial decision rejecting McDaniel's challenge to the state's June 24 GOP primary runoff, which was won by incumbent Sen. Thad Cochran.
John King, Molly Ball and Jackie Kucinich weigh in on Op-Eds penned by Hillary Clinton, Mitt Romney and Sen. Rand Paul.
"It's too big of an issue to allow it to be used as a tool for people trying to get votes," a White House official said, speaking on condition of anonymity.
Sens. John McCain, Richard Blumenthal say the FCC should carry out its proposal to end blackouts of football games