Plan for partition of Iraq into three states likely to see its day on the Senate floor.
Plan focuses on improving conditions for teachers.
Despite campaign rhetoric, President believes his successor may be willing to continue some version of his Iraq policies.
Labor federation targets White House, gain of three to six Senate seats for Democrats.
Clinton and Chris Dodd at the AARP event yesterday. (AP). The Democratic presidential candidates...
When you get to your third marriage, you take your wife's call -- even if you're in the middle of a speech to the National Rifle Association.
The Illinois senator gets an intro from R&B star Usher.
Campaign says it will not air brush history, and Hsu's name will remain on the list of major fundraisers until all his money is returned.
Living up to his pledge to cut back on presidential debates, Sen. Barack Obama skipped...
A new poll shows the former mayor's support slipping in California.
Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) says his comments were taken out of context, and Giuliani stands by him.
The Democratic presidential hopeful ducks a vote condemning MoveOn.org and also won't be present tonight at the AARP candidate event in Iowa.
The former Mass. governor is mad about a number of things, but he rarely uses just one syllable to express his outrage.
Rudy Giuliani is already acting like a president. That's how he hopes to turn himself into the presumptive Republican nominee.
Thoughts on Hillary Clinton's position on the war, President Bush's veto threat and the possible return of Newt Gingrich from today's Post Politics chat.
Karl Rove on the South Lawn of the White House last month, a few...
Playing a bit of MySpace catch up, the network makes a bid for online youth political engagement in a new venture.
In an interview with Washington Post editors, New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson talks about how he'd fix the primary process and his regrets about last month's Human Rights Campaign forum.
The SEIU decided today that before it can endorse a candidate, it needs more time to hear their strategies for victory
Democrats uniformly decry the "Jena 6" saga, but Rev. Jesse Jackson criticizes Barack Obama for not saying more.
At a forum on obesity, the New Mexico governor promises to work to end the "stigma" associated with being overweight.
Pinstripes and politics collide in pennant season.
Obama appears to be preparing for a drawn out primary fight with a newly-announced New York fundraiser.
Though his former law firm came under indictment more than a year ago, prominent trial lawyer William S. Lerach slipped past the vetting of John Edwards' presidential campaign and was permitted to raise large amounts of money for the Democrat's 2008 bid.
Obama releases his most aggressive advertising campaign yet in the Iowa battleground, urging people to believe in change.
Hillary Clinton said she would begin working with Congress on her health care plan "starting as soon as I'm elected president."
Former New York mayor Rudolph Giuliani skipped across the Pond yesterday, and is spending a...
Sen. Barack Obama delivered his second economic speech in as many days on Tuesday, announcing $80 billion in proposed tax cuts.
John Edwards has worked hard to earn SEIU support, and he may get the union nod tomorrow, though a decision is not definite.
The war between the liberal group and the former New York mayor continues, with MoveOn announcing it will double its anti-Giuliani ad spending in Iowa.
Comedian Harry Shearer, of This is Spinal Tap and Simpsons fame, has heard enough from the 2008 presidential candidates. For this latest version of an online political debate, he's put them on mute.
In the debate on health care, Republican presidential candidates prefer partisan sloganeering to honest discussion, with Mitt Romney the most egregious example.
A new poll shows that Democrats are most confident in Clinton on health policy, and that many view her experience with health care reform as First Lady as a boon to her candidacy, not a liability.
The Senate vote on Michael Mukasey could be a test for the four Senate...
Rudy Giuliani heads to London this week for a fundraiser, the first of many that candidates have planned abroad.
"Having worked on both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue now," she said, "I think I have a better chance of being successful with this legislation."
The GOP hopeful set up shop to slam Hillary Clinton's health plan in front of the New York City hospital--and then was slammed by the hospital itself.
In a speech today, Barack Obama criticized Wall Street winners for not thinking about the losers in the "new global marketplace."
She referred to her husband as "a brilliant brother" who went to Harvard and mentioned her childhood trips to Georgetown, S.C. where her father's family held big family reunions,
The rapper hasn't given an official endorsement, but says "I like Hillary."
The liberal organization criticizes the former New York mayor's record on the Iraq war.
In Iowa, Clinton discusses a plan that would use government resources and private insurance to insure Americans.
In the Wiki-race to the White House, Rep. Ron Paul's way ahead of the crowd.
In Iowa this weekend, Joe Biden spoke about Iraq policy and the responsibility of the next president to end the war.
Thoughts on health care and other current political questions from the Post Politics Chat.
Money is once again be the obsession of the 2008 presidential candidates over the next two weeks as they press supporters for cash before the latest campaign finance deadline on Sept. 30