Despite serving as his secretary of state, Hillary Clinton has had a few disagreements with President Obama on foreign policy over the years.
From their time in the Senate to the 2008 campaign and beyond, Clinton has been much more hawkish than Obama, supporting more aggressive interventions in overseas conflicts.
To find out which one […]
The Supreme Court isn’t just divided along liberal and conservative lines. Even its conservative majority is divided.
On questions as different as gay marriage, freedom of speech and police searches, the five justices appointed by Republican presidents come to different conclusions.
The Washington Examiner reviewed dozens of Supreme Court cases from the last several years […]
That means voters will have an unusually direct way of examining how they compare.
The Washington Examiner reviewed hundreds of votes from 2013 and 2014 to find cases where the three senators […]Continue Reading →
Which senators lost their jobs due to Obamacare? By this time next year, nearly half the senators who voted for Obamacare could be gone. Due to a combination of lost re-election campaigns, retirements and deaths, 21 of the 60 Democrats who voted for the 2010 health care law are no longer in the […]Continue Reading →
8 predictions of how many people will sign up for Obamacare this year (and where we stand now) For health care wonks, it's the ultimate office pool: How many people will sign up for Obamacare? Since last year, analysts from the government, industry groups and think tanks have made their predictions of exactly […]Continue Reading →
The 3 red states where Obamacare is working the best For the most part, Obamacare is doing well in states where Obama has done well. Democratic-led blue states have embraced the law, setting up exchanges, promoting sign-ups and accepting a Medicaid expansion to cover more people, while Republican-led red states have resisted it. […]Continue Reading →
6 reasons Democrats are saying they won't lose terribly this fall Independent observers agree: Democrats will probably lose the Senate this year. But just because people who make a living predicting how campaigns will end are saying that, Democrats don't necessarily agree. Whether it's wishful thinking, blind faith or simply skepticism about conventional […]Continue Reading →
What happens if you don't sign up for insurance by March 31? The March 31 deadline to sign up for private health insurance this year is approaching fast. But not everyone is planning on signing up. A recent survey of uninsured adults by Bankrate.com found that 34 percent plan to skip buying health […]Continue Reading →
Are Republicans in Congress getting serious about domestic policy? Is it the Republicans' turn to be the party of ideas? Since President Obama was elected, Democrats have been out front on new domestic policy ideas on everything from Wall Street regulations to health care reform to energy policy, while Republicans have focused on […]Continue Reading →
The House GOP has an Obamacare alternative. Sort of. House Republicans are preparing an alternative to Obamacare, but, for now, it's just a PowerPoint, and we can't see it yet. With just two weeks left for people to sign up for insurance under the 2010 health care law, Republican lawmakers are facing their […]Continue Reading →