Palin Big Gulp: Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s leisurely sip of a Big Gulp soda drink while deriding President Barack Obama’s stance on gun control as well as the Republican [...]
Republicans and Democrats are likely to make some compromises on Wednesday to ease the $85 billion in government spending reductions brought in by the sequester, officials [...]
The Senate has voted, 58–41, Chuck Hagel to be secretary of defense, where he will lead the Pentagon. Hagel, former Republican senator from Nebraska, was nominated to be [...]
Recently back from his first foreign trip as the new chairman of the House Foreign Relations Committee, U.S. Rep. Ed Royce (R-Calif.) talked about his ideas for the year.
The Republican Party must reinvent itself it wants to survive the new demographic reality in the U.S.
In recent weeks it appeared that foreign policy would become a contentious issue in the presidential race. Presidential candidate Mitt Romney challenged the veracity of the [...]
Mr. Romney can win big by making clear how he can deliver a fairer and more prosperous America.
Bolstered by big wins, the Republican Party is taking Tuesday’s victory as a mandate to carry out a conservative agenda.
John Sidney McCain III was born Aug. 29, 1936 at a U.S. military base in Panama.
John McCain rallied Republicans on the Republican National Convention’s last day, attempting to cement himself as ultimate patriotic Presidential pick.