Using a technique for eliciting confessions, researchers find there are more people who don't like gays—and who have had same-sex experiences—than commonly measured.
The House Republican says he wants to replace the president's plan with one that has most of the same features but more generous government subsidies.
Now that he doesn't have to face voters again, it's about fixing the government.
There was a sharp spike in opposition to government programs from 2008 to 2010 -- the opposite of the reaction during the Great Depression -- but only among Republicans.
It turns out there is an enormous array of exemptions to the individual mandate.
Extreme poverty among elderly women shot up between 2011 and 2012. What's going on?
No one can talk for 21 hours without revealing something about themselves. This is what the senator from Texas showed.
A former federal agent who pled guilty to having child porn turns out to be the Rosetta Stone that explains a sprawling two-year administration controversy.
Republican pushback against the junior senator from Texas is a thing to behold.
The wild story of the short-notice, three-hour viewing period for a national-security document on the August Friday that summer recess started
Independent groups are now directly targeting consumers with way vivid warnings about using the new health-insurance exchanges.
Nearly half the country experiences some kind of mental illness during their lifetimes. Should they all be barred from owning guns?
After his neo-Confederate alter ego was revealed in June, Hunter left a post as the Kentucky senator's social-media director.
The Washington Navy Yard attack was the biggest mass-casualty shooting since gun control failed.
The most interesting question isn't whether she was hurt by being an out lesbian and a woman, but why it is that lesbians can do well in big-city politics.
It's not just Dickens. You can trace the New York mayoral frontrunner's fiery call to arms right back to one of the most famous speeches of the 19th century.
It's easy to joke about the president's prize. But his 2009 speech on the role of American power included a surprising defense of the use of force.
The White House national-security adviser and the U.S. ambassador to the UN stick to a heart-string tugging script on Syria.
They called on the administration to do something. Now these Republicans are saying, not this thing.
Samantha Power explained in detail why the world's great multilateral body has stopped functioning when it comes to Syria.