The U.S. Supreme Court strikes down two Texas abortion-clinic restrictions in a 5-3 decision.
The German carmaker will reportedly offer thousands of dollars in compensation to American owners, in addition to the opportunity to sell back their cars.
The justices split 4-4 on the Obama administration’s 2014 immigration plan, effectively blocking it.
The U.S. Supreme Court turned back a conservative challenge to the University of Texas at Austin’s plan to increase student diversity.
Britons are voting Thursday in a nationwide referendum on EU membership. Here is a brief guide to the issues, personalities, and policies involved in the sometimes-heated, often-entertaining debate.
Bob Corker looks like a less likely running-mate pick, while there’s a new focus on Richard Burr of North Carolina.
A number of conservatives have turned their backs on the presumptive nominee. Is it the start of something bigger?
The Federal Reserve has yet to raise rates in 2016, but Chairwoman Janet Yellen said that a hike in the coming months is “not impossible.”
A Clinton Foundation donor secured an appointment to a State Department advisory board, raising questions about the entanglement Clinton’s of personal and public interests.
The latest controversy to embroil the presumptive Republican nominee involves hundreds of claims that he skipped out on his bills.
The presumptive nominees are Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton—just as everyone predicted, right?
The super-group Prophets of Rage come at a time of much political music, but few iconically political musicians.
In a speech on Monday, the Federal Reserve Chairwoman says that while the numbers published last week were “concerning,” it’s important not to overreact to a single month’s results.
Economists were expecting the U.S. to add a modest 158,000 jobs last month. It only added 38,000.
An Indian court convicted 24 people—but acquitted 36—for the Gulbarg Society killings in which 69 Muslims were killed.
Investigators say a French vessel looking for the aircraft has detected a signal from one of the data recorders.
The move comes just days after the school demoted Starr, its president, and fired Art Briles, the football coach, over how sexual-assault complaints were handled.
The candidate: Donald Trump The gaffe: The presumptive Republican nominee spent nearly 15 minutes in an hour-long speech on…
Torrential rain in Texas, and overflowing rivers and reservoirs have caused thousands to evacuate their homes, and killed at least six people.
Wildlife officials have begun confiscating tigers from a popular tourist destination after allegations of animal abuse.