That's pretty much nothing.
Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz will replace him at the DNC.
He's doing really, shockingly well in New Hampshire.
Just your everyday crazy.
The well-liked cultural guru, who produced such events as "A Broadway Celebration" at the White House, is moving on to a private-sector job in New York City.
Seriously, what are you guys doing?
No, it's just a Republican spoof of an Obama reelection ad.
Can he craft a deal that appeases both the White House and the tea party?
That would be terrible if that ever happened!
Just decide whether you're going to run already!
Bad state senator, bad!
What?! How did we miss this!?!
We are so good at keeping secrets.
"I have never before seen such a bunch of vile, desperate-to-please, shameless, embarrassing losers coagulated under a single party's banner."
Not your typical candidate, or your typical Q&A.
It's moving from early May to September since nobody is running yet.
Sarah Palin is whatever you call the person ninth most likely to win the nomination.
“I always use the word extreme,” Mr. Schumer said. “That is what the caucus instructed me to use this week.”