Sanders' campaign has surpassed even President Obama's efforts in turning online fans into an army of tens of thousands of volunteers who manage phone banks and plan high-level campaign events.
Former Pennsylvania senator and tea party favorite Rick Santorum told NBC News he's not sure if he'll run for president in 2016, but if he does he'll try to be more palatable.
In an extensive piece in Le Monde, Serge Halimi's analysis of France's current political turmoil gives clarity to the history about how and why the French economy has taken a sharp turn for the worse.
It takes chutzpah, or perhaps just an extraordinary lack of self-awareness, to argue vehemently that a program should never be implemented -- and then complain it isn't being implemented well enough.
In 2012, Mitt Romney won the confederate states by a healthy margin, but Barack Obama won the election. That's because eight out of 10 nonwhite voters voted for the Democrat.
It's fine to talk -- eventually -- about chronic deficits and mounting debt. But now that our government is up and running again, the nation's first priority should be economic growth.
The IRS has granted nonprofit status to America Is Not Stupid 2013, a so-called dark money group best known for a 2012 election ad featuring a talking baby who compared the smell of his diaper with a Montana senator.
President Obama defended the government's massive surveillance programs Friday, saying they "help us prevent terrorist attacks."
One of the most trusted names in polling has conducted a thorough examination of its formula and methodology to try to figure out why it was so sure Mitt Romney would win the 2012 presidential election.
The Minnesota right winger deserves to be memorialized with an "ism" because she perfected a tactic well suited to the current media environment.