According to a new Pew Research poll, the Tea Party is less popular than ever, even among Republicans. Overall, nearly half of the public or 49 percent, has an unfavorable opinion of the Tea Party, while only 30 percent have a favorable opinion of the group.
With the New York City mayoral election looming closer, both candidates are campaigning hard. This week Republican Joe Lhota took a harsh shot at his opponent Bill de Blasio with his newest television ad.
In an extensive interview, former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden said he does not have classified documents with him in Moscow, so they cannot get into the hands of the Russians or the Chinese.
President Obama scolded congress in a speech on Thursday just hours after lawmakers voted to reopen the government and barely avoided a national default.
After a bill was passed to reopen the government on Wednesday, a House stenographer calmly took to a microphone and went on a bizarre rant about the Constitution, religion and Freemasons.
On Tuesday, New York Post reported that Staten Island Congressman Michael Grimm snuck into the bathroom of an upscale Brooklyn wine bar the weekend before the government shutdown.
The government reopened today after a 16-day shutdown after a bill was passed late Wednesday that funds the government through January. Republicans hardly won any concessions, and are now trying to figure how to come back after their major defeat.
Twitter exchanges with a stripper
Bill de Blasio, the Democratic candidate for mayor of New York City and the clear frontrunner, dominated in the first debate against his opponent, Republican Joseph Lhota.
Democratic Newark Mayor Cory Booker has been leading by double digit numbers in the build up to New Jersey's highly anticipated special election Senate race on Wednesday.
Time is running out as the deadline for congress to raise the U.S. debt ceiling to avert a national default is less than 24 hours away. However, there's good news as inside sources on Capitol Hill say that a bipartisan bill to raise the nation's $16.7 trillion debt limit has been reached in the Senate.
Even with the nation still gripped in a fiscal crisis with Congress still arguing over the debt ceiling, President Obama told the nation Tuesday that he would push for a vote on immigration reform.
Congressman Luis Gutierrez spoke to Latinos Post about the future of immigration reform and how it's been affected by the government shutdown.
A controversial sign in Indiana depicting President Obama as Adolf Hitler and demanding for his impreachment has been removed.
A little de-stress for the President.