Most recent presidents have returned to their respective homes after serving in the Oval Office, but Obama bought a residence in Washington.
Democrats have put a lot of effort into trying to define Republicans as the party that brought about the Jan. 6 'insurrection.'
'He doesn’t know where he’s been, where he is and where he’s going,' one person said after the president's latest blunder.
Americans have serious concerns about President Joe Biden's mental acuity, according to a new poll.
A Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee leaked a generic ballot survey conducted in late January; Republicans have a major lead.
In the latest poll out of the Golden State, Biden was net underwater with registered voters when it came to job approval.
Biden Suffers Black Eye When Party Official Says Only 'Dems Who Deliver' Will Stand a Chance in 2022
'I want every Democrat to run as ‘Democrats who deliver,' not necessarily as 'Biden Democrats,' Rep. Steny Hoyer said.
'By keeping his 2020 pledge, Mr. Biden will engage in discrimination for his own sake,' said a constitutional law scholar.
Midterm elections are rarely good for the party in the White House. But President Joe Biden's performance is hurting Dems far outside DC.
A new Harvard CAPS/Harris poll reveals the extent to which Republicans want Donald Trump to run for president in 2024.
Gallup reported Republicans have 'an advantage over Democrats larger than any they had achieved in more than 25 years.'
A new survey documents that Americans are beginning to reject the Democratic Party and are supporting the GOP.
The Quinnipiac University poll found Americans overwhelmingly disapprove of Biden's handling of the economy, foreign policy and COVID-19.
While most of the fear-stoking numbers were laid out for readers, the answer to one question was conspicuously buried.
It isn't hard to guess why so many Americans don't trust the FBI anymore. The bureau has spent years working on it.
One of the least popular political figures these days has surpassed President Joe Biden in the polls. It's really that bad for Biden.
Joe Biden's presidency has been propped up by the mainstream media for almost a year, but the American people aren't fooled.
Hispanics were also evenly divided concerning a hypothetical 2024 match-up between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump.
Support for stricter laws is down from its recent high of 67 percent when Gallup asked the question in 2018 following the Parkland shooting.
Based on historical precedents, the Republican party is well-positioned to take back control of the House of Representatives in 2022.
The democratic socialist trying to be become Buffalo's mayor is popular with AOC and Chuck Schumer, but maybe not so much with the voters.