There is talk of Joe Biden running for president in 2020, much of it generated by Joe Biden himself.
If the Republicans were already under pressure to put points on the board, the Democratic wins on Tuesday have turned tax reform into the Super Bowl.
Well, so much for Republican unity.
President Trump is embroiled in an increasingly nasty spat with the Republican chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, who ought to be a natural ally.
If there is one issue on which Congress has been utterly gridlocked, despite one mass shooting after another, it is guns.
President Trump may have put points on the board with his weekend offensive against the NFL, but he lost a big game where the score really counts.
Hillary Clinton says there’s a “right-wing war on truth.”
The goal would seem to be right smack in the party’s wheelhouse: Republicans cutting taxes.
Many Republicans are shocked that President Trump did a budget deal with the Democrats, opting for “Chuck and Nancy” in an Oval Office meeting over Paul and Mitch.
The most striking passage in President Trump’s Afghanistan speech was not about sending troops or fighting terrorists.