The Senate president pro tempore on 2016, creating a more functional Congress, and his love for song-writing
The retiring congresswoman and conservative star leaves the door open to a 2016 campaign
The Arizona Republican on foreign policy, his new book on Veterans and 2016 politics
The former HP CEO hits the trail in the battleground states with effort to close the gender gap
The self-described Democratic socialist champions support for America’s working class
Sen. Al Franken on being a senator and reconciling his funny and serious sides
The Spanish-American restaurateur on becoming a citizen, serving presidents and fighting hunger
O'Malley rocks out with his band and opens up about his 2016 political ambitions
5 years after founding the tea party, Bachmann says the GOP needs unity in 2014
Clinton stumps for Sen. McConnell's Democratic challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes
The Iowa Democrat is encouraging meditation through his “Quiet Caucus”
The Nebraska Republican says being a captive helped to prepare him for politics
Mitch Stewart and Jeremy Bird on Ready for Hillary, Texas, and 2016
The senators behind the cross-partisan seating arrangements say the tradition is here to stay.
One family law attorney's mission to get Congress to heal its broken marriage
The House Budget Committee chairman defends bipartisan compromise.
Historian Jeff Greenfield speculates on how history may have changed had Kennedy not died.
Sen. Lee calls Sen. Cruz a political “kindred spirit”
Author Peter Baker documents how Bush and Cheney drifted apart over the course of the administration.