The presidential campaign season may finally begin now.
Kurt Bardella is accused of being a little too helpful with a Times reporter's book.
Calls health-care reform "a one-size-fits-all federal government dumb-ass program" and "an awful piece of crap."
That's according to Moody's Analytics chief economist, Mark Zandi.
Oh, for Melissa Leo's sake.
Congress is closing in on a deal to avert a shutdown with $4 billion in cuts over two weeks.
Naturally, the cuts would affect poor neighborhoods first.
The tamest sex scandal in recent memory just got a little less tame.
Can Trump, a germophobe who hates shaking hands, handle a presidential campaign?
He makes a compelling case.
One that does not involve any suggestion that killing the president would be a horrible thing.
And does it mean he's running or not running?
America loves his "common sense" message.
He has the chamber's most conservative voting record.