Even before the sun poked through the skyline, the espresso machine at the landmark Versailles coffee shop in Little Havana whirred with activity.
Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz, among the most outspoken opponents of Loretta Lynch becoming attorney general, made one last stand Thursday against her nomination in a morning floor speech.
For more than five months, Loretta Lynch, the U.S. attorney in Brooklyn, N.Y., has been waiting for Senate confirmation to start work as the first African American woman to serve as the nation’s top law enforcement officer.
Democratic Rep. Adam B. Schiff said Tuesday he would decide by the end of May whether to jump into the 2016 race for the open Senate seat from California, setting up a possible challenge to the front-runner, California Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris.
When it comes to attending a gay wedding, not all presidential aspirants say “I do.”
On a Wednesday afternoon in early March, House Speaker John A. Boehner made the short walk from his second-floor office in the Capitol to the one occupied by Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi down the hall.
After launching his 2016 presidential campaign by declaring "yesterday is over,” Sen. Marco Rubio began filling in some of the policy details behind his lofty rhetoric in a round of media interviews.
Three years ago, Sen. Marco Rubio was heralded as the Republican Party’s future.