The hands-across-the-aisle spirit promoted by the No Labels group in Congress is eager to see if moderation, cooperation, and compromise will fly under a Trump administration.
Democrats had their own intraparty upset in 2006, courtesy of Joe Lieberman. They moved on, unlike the ‘real American’ Tea Partiers who are still blubbering over Thad Cochran’s victory.
The retiring senator talks to Howard Kurtz about why he feels the Democrats deserted him.
Mike DeWine is just the latest high-profile endorser to have a late change of heart, writes Ben Jacobs.
After reports of insider trading in Congress, lawmakers discuss ways to make it illegal. By Daniel Stone
The Connecticut senator will announce his retirement Wednesday. In the end, Howard Kurtz writes, the Democrat-turned-independent never really healed from 2004, 2006, and 2008, though he briefly became a hero of the left by championing the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell.