Out of the White House and onto the dole
Who's in control of the Republican Party? Not the RNC
Bush's war, 10 years later
Obama settles for half measures on gun control
The demise of moderate Republicanism
Can Jeb Bush save the GOP?
Romney's surprising post-mortem
Chuck Hagel survives
Meet the new 'journalists': David Axelrod, Robert Gibbs and Karl Rove
Fiscal trench warfare
Obama is a lame duck who knows how to quack
President Obama's inaugural and State of the Union addresses suggest a muscular second term agenda.
Obama and Rubio: A study in contrasts
Obama the decider
GOP to showcase Rubio as new face of party
Jerry Brown, a survivor at the top of his game
President Biden? History says no
Odds of Joe Biden being elected president are slim by historical standards
Why annihilate the GOP?
Don't count Biden out in 2016
On eve of Biden gun report, NRA digs in
Remembering Richard Ben Cramer and his magnum opus
Jules Witcover says the former Sun reporter wrote perhaps the best book on a presidential campaign
A weak Boehner is bad for the GOP, Obama and America
Biden has the last laugh
The year that was in politics
Why did Obama defend and then drop Susan Rice?
Goodbye, Joe Lieberman
Is anybody sad that Jim DeMint is leaving the Senate?
It's hard to tell who's happier to see Jim DeMint leave the Senate, Democrats or Republicans.
Obama plays his high cards
Jules Witcover says it's time for the president to employ LBJ's tool of the iron fist in a velvet glove
Since when does it take a political campaign to become secretary of state?
Facing the fiscal cliff, Obama can't back down again
Hillary Clinton's stock is on the rise
Romney inadvertently shows why he lost
Gut-check time for the GOP
Jules Witcover says demographic trends are leaving the Republican Party behind
Just like his father, Mitt Romney doesn't know when to stop talking
George McGovern at 90
Former senator and presidential candidate McGovern still fighting the good fight
Jules Witcover: Romney courts confusion
Romney misses chance to capitalize on Supreme Court ruling
John Edwards' fake sincerity wears off
John Edwards could only fake sincerity for so long.
Obama evolves, with a nudge from Biden
Joe Biden's latest "gaffe," on gay marriage, ends up doing Obama a favor
To Romney's chagrin, Obama is no Jimmy Carter
Unlike Jimmy Carter, President Obama has used the second half of his term to position himself well for his re-election fight.
Jules Witcover: Goodbye, Gingrich
In a final puff of pomposity, the Newt Gingrich campaign comes to an end
Jules Witcover: Romney's presumption
The Romney campaign still lacks any theme, other than opposition to Obama