If anyone can be the Turtle whisperer, it’d be Biden. But that doesn’t mean Mitch will care.
Eleanor Clift covers politics for The Daily Beast. A regular panelist on the McLaughlin Group, she has also appeared as herself in several movies, including "Dave," "Independence Day," "Rising Sun," "1600 Pennsylvania Avenue," and the CBS sit-com, "Murphy Brown."
The revelations about the prized teacher the store owner knew, or thought she knew, for almost ten years have been “a punch to the gut.”
Obama got blindsided by resistance to his nominees. Biden has learned from his old boss’ mistake.
Yes, the restaurant industry is suffering. But restoring full deductibility to business lunches will help only certain people—and certain restaurants.
There’s no room for nuance in political campaigns. Politics is about emotion, not facts that take a whole lot of explaining.
A few years ago, Jackie Speier resisted comparisons between Jim Jones and Donald Trump. But now, she sees them clearly.
COVID relief may be up in the air, but Tuesday the Senate found time to confirm a judge who thinks Social Security makes for “less than fully mature adults.”
Whether ex-presidents get intel briefings is entirely up to the sitting president. None has ever said no. But Joe Biden should.
Eight years after graduating law school, she just got approved for a lifetime appointment by a lame-duck Senate.
Georgia's last liberal Democratic senator, who narrowly lost a runoff in 1992, explains why things may be different this time.