Romney to the rescue? Unlikely.
Heres a look at how the Republican presidential candidates have immediately responded to the attacks in Paris.
President Obama said Friday in a brief press conference that the United States is prepared to provide any assistance the people and government of France need.
The Friday Filibuster: The one-stop-shop for everything you need to know about this week in politics.
When Sen. Marco Rubio said at Tuesdays debate that welders make more money than philosophers and that we need more welders and less philosophers the crowd went wild. The media, however, were quick to pounce on his statement as factually incorrect, with some even pointing out it was grammatically incorrect, too (gasp!).
That's not how it's supposed to work.
Protecting the rights of conscience.
Much like the term illegal immigrants became politically incorrect, so too has juvenile delinquent, apparently.
President Obama took a shot at GOP presidential hopefuls on Monday, saying that if they couldnt handle the line of questioning from CNBC moderators, then they arent ready for the world stage.
Republican frontrunner Donald Trump laid out a plan to reform the VA system on Saturday, promising to take care of those wounded warriors [and] our vets better than anybody.
Republican billionaire Paul Singer has thrown his weight and his wallet behind Florida Sen. Marco Rubio.
If true, awful.
First introduced in 1979, Chinas notorious one-child policy was meant to be a temporary means of curbing a soaring population and thus reducing demands for resources like water.
Tony Abbott, the recently ousted prime minister of Australia, slammed Europes migration policies during a speech in London at an event honoring the late British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.