"We're really living in parallel universes here," Rep. Peter King told me in a brief phone conversation from Washington this morning.
On Sunday morning, Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas tried to pin the blame for a possible shutdown of the federal government on Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.
At the start of her Senate career, when she was a little-known Paterson appointee in search of a recognizable political identity, Kirsten Gillibrand set out to become a champion for working women.
Hillary Clinton will host a fund-raiser for Democratic mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio next month, according to a release from the de Blasio campaign.
On Sunday morning, less than a week after a mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard, a national conversation about new gun laws felt like an afterthought.
In her first interview since stepping down as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton admitted she wrestles with whether to run for president in 2016, but said she's "pragmatic and realistic" about the possibility.
Bill and Hillary Clinton endorsed the mayoral campaign of Bill de Blasio this afternoon.
In an interview that aired on Sunday morning, President Obama said the United States was in a "better position" to prevent the use of chemical weapons in Syria as a result of a pending deal between the U.S. and Russia.
"This guy really did save this country and the whole developed world," Mayor Michael Bloomberg told a packed house at the TK theater last night on 59th Street.