Over conservatives' objections, Republicans will let a measure come to the floor that doesn't block Obama's immigration actions.
Photos of U.S. presidents and their Israeli counterparts.
The Maryland lawmaker's election nearly 30 years ago was a historic win for Democratic women.
It didn't take long for The New York Times report to take off Monday night.
The House Democrat defended his push for disclosure of funding sources, but says a request for researchers' communications was an "overreach."
New-era activists bring technology and private-sector ethos to political recruiting.
Some see a GOP strategy to drive a "wedge" between them and Israel. And they fear it's working.
Cruz slammed the Obama administration's handling of Iran negotiations at a pro-Israel event on Monday, which the mega-donor attended.
The New Jersey senator, and ranking Democrat on the Foreign Relations Committee, takes his Capitol Hill fight to AIPAC and vows not to back down—even from his allies.
Party strategists say an unusually deep bench of potential candidates makes predicting the Senate primary an impossible task.
States like Ohio might be constitutionally prohibited from moving on state exchanges