Time for Boehner to cut his losses and end the government shutdown
Obama must stand his ground on the government shutdown
Fighting words from Vladimir Putin
Vladimir Putin's New York Times op-ed wrankles, but it beats outright hostilities.
Obama is showing more similarity to George W. Bush than he may like to admit
Twitter is killing political journalism
A partisan remembrance
Obama frozen in angst as Middle East violence deepens
Tricky Dick, we already knew ye
Blunt talk the GOP needs to hear
Jules Witcover says Chris Christie is a force to be reckoned with as Republicans look ahead to 2016
How Biden can win in 2016
Witcover on Germond: He was committed to the end to what always was a labor of love
August: The time when bored political journalists make mountains out of Washington molehills
Like a death in the family
John Kerry's legacy at stake in Mideast peace talks
GOP moderates pass into history
GOP's Obamacare obsession is starting to look like political suicide
Obama's battery recharge
The return of maverick McCain
Senator Strangelove: Why Harry Reid should stop worrying and learn to love the nuclear option
Obamacare on the ballot is bad news for the president
Edward Snowden: Frozen out and alone
Boehner's immigration stance threatens his — and the GOP's — ruin
Supreme Court's muddle of decisions does it -- and the nation -- no favors
Give 'em hell, Barry: Obama needs to find his inner Truman
What Obama legacy?
Jules Witcover writes that the bloom is already off the rose of President Obama's second term.
The two tortured political marriages of Richard Nixon
Security vs. privacy
Jules Witcover writes that President Obama is caught between his roles as commander in chief and defender of civil liberties.
Surveillance leaks show Obama's hypocrisy
Holding the national security course
Jules Witcover writes that the Rice and Power appointments may signal a modest shift in the direction of human rights.
Just when did political consultants start passing for journalists?
Boxing Obama in
Top item on Obama's agenda: damage control
Scandals put presidential credibility on the line
Jules Witcover writes that President Obama's hopes for a second-term fresh start are imperiled.
President Biden? History says no
President Joe Biden? History says no
Could Biden benefit from scrutiny of Hillary Clinton's handling of Benghazi?
Should we continue to be the indispensable nation?
Jules Witcover writes that President Obama is discovering the difficulty of reducing the U.S. role in world conflicts.
The sequester gives Obama one more chance to blow it
Obama's revealing reflections
Jules Witcover writes that like Bill Clinton long ago, President Obama is called upon to demonstrate his relevance.
The Bush library and the willing suspension of disbelief
Pollution in the news stream
Can Hagel reshape the Pentagon?
At least one thing in Washington works: the Nationals