Republicans dismiss President Obama's State of The Union claims of success on the economy and the war on terror.
Obama spent his weekend tweaking a State of the Union address that will be his first delivered to a capitol controlled by Republicans.
Oklahoma "GOP Bean Feed" flyer features bean wearing sombrero, "things you may not know about...the Ku Klux Klan" on the agenda. Paige Hill reports.
The House on Wednesday approved a highly contentious lawsuit against President Obama over his alleged abuse of executive power, teeing up an election-year legal battle sure to spill onto the midterm campaign trail.
Yet another Bush may be rising among the ranks in Texas politics.
The GOP establishment is standing with Governor Christie as the the investigation of the George Washington Bridge lane closures intensifies.
German officials meet with GOP critics of NSA eavesdropping.
GOP lawmakers and the Heritage Foundation go on a tour to promote the defunding of 'Obamacare.'
The Republican Party, having lost the popular vote in five of the last six presidential elections, confronts a dilemma that's easier to describe than to solve: How can it broaden its appeal to up-for-grabs voters without alienating its conservative base?
With protesters loudly chanting outside the governor's reception room in the Capitol, Gov. Rick Perry and leading Republicans stood before a crowd of reporters Monday morning to repeat their strong opposition to expanding Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.
President Obama meets with House GOP to discuss dueling budget plans.
Senate Republicans on Thursday blocked -- for now -- Chuck Hagel's nomination to lead the Pentagon.
Marco Rubio's rise within the Republican Party, just two years since his election to the Senate, has played out at head-spinning speed.
The Republican party is considering new strategies after two presidential losses and plunging approval ratings.
In an address Tuesday to the Ripon Society, a Republican-leaning group, House Speaker John Boehner charged that it was the Obama administration's goal to "annihilate" the Republican Party and "shove" it "into the dustbin of history."
Throughout the 2012 presidential campaign, President Barack Obama and his Democratic allies in Congress confidently predicted that the re-election of the president would break the partisan "fever" they claimed had enveloped Washington and the Republican Party.
After a 2012 election that launched countless queries about the future of a fractured Republican party, 2013 -- so far -- is not looking exactly like a year of Kumbaya for the GOP.
President Barack Obama would veto House Republicans' "Plan B" legislation should it make its way to the White House, a top administration spokesman said Wednesday.
Almost a month has passed since Mitt Romney's defeat in the 2012 presidential election, but the finger pointing continues.