Two senators are trying to promote the use of open-source textbooks.
Toronto's mayor may now be the laughingstock of the world, but in 2010 he found a way to beat George Smitherman.
Prison canine units are the latest casualties of insufficient funding at the Illinois Department of Corrections.
Malcolm X is allowed; certain issues of The New Yorker are not.
The great leader is not the safe-for-all-political stripes hero he is sometimes portrayed as -- and it's hard to imagine even President Obama fully embracing him.
While California and other states run short on space for inmates, instances of violence and suicide are on the rise
There are dolls, dishes, even morning-sickness bags for sale to commemorate the birth.
Calls for elimination of the laws have arisen in the wake of the George Zimmerman verdict, but the likelihood of repeal is low.
Liz Cheney, daughter of Dick and Lynne, announced Tuesday that she will challenge incumbent Republican Mike Enzi for a U.S. Senate seat in Wyoming.
The former governor of Arizona is resigning from DHS on Friday, and will be the first woman to head the UC system.
The Senate's last World War II veteran planned to retire at the end of his term in 2014.
Serious disparities exist in both parties and in both houses of Congress.