U.S. detainee home from North Korea
U.S. veteran Merrill Newman, 85, was tired but all smiles as he arrived at the San Francisco airport after being detained for several weeks in North Korea.
Biden praises release of U.S. tourist
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden praised North Korea's release of an elderly U.S. tourist on Saturday, but admonished the North for detaining him in the first place and called for another detained American to be swiftly released.
Napolitano 'skeptical' of university rating systems
Janet Napolitano, former secretary of homeland security and current president of the University of California system, sits down with The Washington Post's Nick Anderson to discuss her transition out of the Obama administration.
Clinton: Mandela is man of courage, contradictions
Hillary Clinton is this year's recipient of the Lantos Human Rights Award. In ceremonies inside the U.S. Capitol, the former Secretary of State spoke about Nelson Mandela, his courage and his contradictions.
Sugar's (too?) sweet political deal
Lawmakers can't seem to agree on anything these days. Except ... sugar? Here's how a relatively small industry manages to win big in Washington.
Can the GOP win over black voters? Probably not.
Republicans have opened a new African American Engagement Office in Detroit. Chris Cillizza doesn’t think their push to woo black voters has a chance. We asked GOP pollster Kristen Soltis Anderson to prove him wrong.