TIME’s David Von Drehle digs into Kagan’s much-discussed senior thesis from her time at Princeton University to see if there’s any truth to the rumors the Supreme Court nominee was once a hard-lined socialist. What’s the verdict? …
“I’m a strong supporter of the right to bear arms and have earned an A rating from the NRA, but this measure does nothing to strengthen Second Amendment protections.”
– BRAD HENRY, Oklahoma governor, on his decision to nix a …
In Arizona’s latest controversy, Gov. Jan Brewer signed a new bill on Wednesday that restricts what can be taught in ethnic studies classes in public schools there. But why?
Campaign finance reform has its couples edition.
Emerging evidence in Capitol Hill hearings on the Gulf of Mexico oil rig disaster is increasingly showing that a lack of regulation is largely behind the blowout
Ask not what your country can cut for you. Ask what you can cut for your country.
In the eyes of South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford, the media is obsessed with his personal life. As for his ex-wife? Not so much.
“Complete the danged fence.”
− JOHN MCCAIN, Arizona Senator, in a new ad for the Arizona Senate primary election, saying the state must keep out illegal immigrants
The son of Vice President Joe Biden is undergoing unspecified treatment, according to a statement put out by Joe Biden’s office.
Solicitor General Elena Kagan, who was named President Obama’s latest nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court is already being scrutinized by Congressional Republicans, particularly on how she might react to administration policy decisions.