After months of headlines about violent encounters between officers and citizens, some efforts to investigate and punish police are gaining traction.
Can the former Florida governor avoid catastrophe where Mitt Romney, Chris Christie, Bobby Jindal, and Scott Walker couldn’t?
Voters struck back at the ruling AK Party in parliamentary elections Sunday, depriving it of a majority and likely stopping the president’s latest power grab.
President Obama and Angela Merkel are looking to maintain a unified front over the war in Ukraine, even as some Europeans sour on sanctions.
The horse won the Belmont Stakes Saturday, cementing his place in history with the first such title since 1978.
Officials think the massive data breach revealed this week is part of an effort to build a database of U.S. government workers.
The death of the vice president’s son at 46 has produced a nationwide wave of grief rare for any politician in divided times.
No one can make reforming ballot laws a national issue like Hillary Clinton. And no one can make them less politically likely, either.
Opposition to U.S. negotiations on Iran's nuclear program is helping unite two long-antagonistic American allies.
As activists blame cops, police blame prosecutors, and the commissioner blames drugs, citizens are left to deal with the consequences.
Two newspapers succeed where the federal government has failed, and new legislation seems unlikely to solve the problem.
After undercover agents snuck weapons past screeners in 95 percent of cases, the acting administrator has been fired.
The Supreme Court rules that a woman should not have been denied a job over her head scarf, but a Muslim chaplain says her hijab made her a target of discrimination on an airline flight.
The administration’s recent actions have rebuilt a relationship strained by years of acrimony, and given the president leeway to pursue reform as he sees fit.
The former speaker of the House is charged with lying to federal agents and evading financial reporting requirements, reportedly while attempting to conceal past sexual misconduct.
Soccer’s international governing body has long been suspected of mass corruption, but a 47-count U.S. indictment is one of the first real steps to accountability.
The city and the Justice Department unveiled a consent decree on Tuesday afternoon aimed at reforming the troubled law-enforcement agency.
Rebel groups that employ terror in civil wars seldom win or gain concessions—but they tend to prolong conflicts, a new paper finds.
There's one notable exception in the grand jury charges against six Baltimore police officers.
Fox and CNN have chosen a cutoff that neither accommodates all of the candidates nor facilitates a satisfying debate.