Watch his YouTube videos and you'll understand why John Boehner picked him to lead the Benghazi select committee.
As the Republicans' scandal calliope winds up, this is as good a time as any to remind ourselves of what happened just a little over a decade ago, even as memories fade.
How can talks succeed when, throughout the negotiations, Israel is building on the very land that would comprise a Palestinian state?
Both kinds of justices take into account whether they're sympathetic to the plaintiff, not just what the Constitution demands. But a new study shows "in-group bias" much more in evidence among the conservatives.
“Muddle Through” is Britain’s national credo, and it could well save the day this time.
The Court’s deadlock on DAPA puts many promising organizing efforts in jeopardy.
The decision upholding the University of Texas at Austin's admissions program is a victory for affirmative action supporters.
By the time Bernie Sanders finally gives Hillary Clinton his endorsement, there may be nobody left who cares.
The British have made up their minds. But what drove them to it?
Philadelphia’s new tax on soda will be a critical test for cash-strapped municipalities looking to raise revenue.
Even after the Supreme Court failed to overturn an anti-immigrant ruling, the president still has options.
Britain's vote to leave the European Union was driven by right-wing populism, but the real blame must be laid at the feet of elite technocrats who have bungled the European project.
In an industry where exploitation is business-as-usual, workers have won some important victories—but still have a long way to go.
A new study explores the historical roots of the widening racial inequality gap.
As the Supreme Court prepares to rule on Texas abortion restrictions in Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt, low-income women face the prospect that the procedure will become so costly as to be essentially illegal.