Rand Paul steps up his attacks on Bill and Hillary Clinton as a possible 2016 presidential run looms in the background.
CNN's Sanjay Gupta hits the gym with Men's Health contributor B.J. Gaddour to find out which exercises to never do.
When French President Francois Hollande flies to Washington this week for a state visit, he will bring a lot of baggage -- and it's not his country's famous Louis Vuitton.
An air of inevitability exists around Hilary Clinton in 2016. Of course she hasn't said she will run -- that's a decision she said she'll make this year -- but she must feel pretty good about the tea leaves. But what if she doesn't run?
Same sex marriage is a non-issue in American politics. OK, that might be an overstatement, but it seems to be causing less of a firestorm than it did as a wedge issue back in the '90s.
Julian Zelizer says the next president could easily reverse many of the orders President Obama is planning to use to circumvent Congress
Take a look at the more diverse slate of potential 2016 Republican presidential contenders and one thing becomes quite clear: this is not your daddy's GOP -- at the top anyway.
The extension of unemployment benefits is popular with 60% of Americans supporting it according to national polls, but Republicans have once again blocked an extension. Why on earth would they defy the public?
David Frum says Chris Christie's troubles could give tea party activists a chance to pick the GOP nominee
A New York man armed with a rifle, boxes of ammunition and a machete was arrested Friday after allegedly threatening to kill former President George W. Bush, according to a federal court complaint.
LZ Granderson says the Chicago mayor and other gun law advocates hit a wall when they try to ban guns: People still get killed and bans are overruled.
Donna Brazile says right wing pundits like to argue that Lyndon Johnson's War on Poverty began the expansion of welfare as we used to know it. Untrue, she says, he was addressing the desperate poverty had seen firsthand as a young teacher.