Articles by Schulte, Bret
You won't find a baker or candlestick maker in the 110th Congress, but there is a former butcher.
When his donation was returned by Barack Obama's campaign, lawyer and corporate lobbyist Thurgood Marshall Jr. wasn't surprised.
Regime change in Pakistan means a new public relations effort in Washington.
Politicians collect supporters like some people collect baseball cards. Now the tables are being turned.
Has your excitement for Barack Obama given you Baroxysms?
Veterans call for a fixed date and less emphasis on weekend fun.
Why Mexicans assimilate at rates lower than newcomers from other parts of the world.
The struggling candidate must act quickly if she wants her campaign debts repaid.
Q&A with Arthur Brooks, whose new book says the liberal agenda takes a personal toll.
Some experts disagree with the treasury secretary's grim assessment of the government benefits fund.