By the end of his first year, GOP Senator Ted Cruz has taken on the Washington establishment and made a name for himself as the unconventional champion of conservative values.
With an increasing impetus to see immigration reform move on Capitol Hill, more conservative groups are rallying behind efforts to put pressure on the House GOP.
The government shutdown isn’t even officially over yet, but President Obama is already trying to pin Republicans in another corner over immigration reform.
There are still stories that can touch our hearts and renew our sense of American pride.
The 2013 Nobel Peace Prize was awarded today to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), the organization currently tasked with destroying chemical weapons in Syria.
Despite the government shutdown closing national parks and monuments across the country, thousands of people congregated on the National Mall today to call attention to the need for comprehensive immigration reform.
Progress on immigration reform may be stalled on Capitol Hill, but House Republicans have not forgotten about the Hispanic community.
Earlier this morning, Texas Senator Ted Cruz held a spontaneous Twitter town hall in celebration of Constitution Day.
Are we putting on a show of deliberative democracy, where the American people take extra steps to express their will to their elected officials, but at the end of the day, the political trump calls pulls all?
Pope Francis appealed to the Catholic congregation and to the hundreds of thousands watching around the world with a plea for peace regarding the recent events surrounding Syria.
The President announced his intent to use military force in Syria on Saturday, but Members of Congress, both Democrat and Republican alike, are still unsure of which direction to take.
Sometimes, there are moments where being a Republican or a Democrat takes a back seat to being an American.
Matt Damon, actor turned liberal spokesperson, made a curious choice this week.
Mayor Robert Tufts was officially re-elected to his second term in the small town of Dorset, Minnesota – all before his fifth birthday.
July’s unemployment numbers did nothing to prevent Senate Democrats from heading out on their 37-day hiatus.
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