Violence works. Nonviolence does too.
The Ferguson police officer tells ABC News his story about the night he shot and killed Michael Brown, and what's happened to him since.
President Obama's move to legalize millions of immigrants isn't a conclusion—it's likely to be the start of even more changes.
The party is still trying to cope with this month's brutal electoral losses.
There are clearer, more persuasive illustrations of law-enforcement misbehavior and the need to rein it in.
How did the speaker respond to a GOP-led report that supported the Obama administration? He reappointed his own select inquiry into the 2012 terrorist attacks.
Michele Flournoy could have been the first woman to lead the Pentagon, but she took herself out of the running to replace Chuck Hagel.
The New York senator, a longtime ally of the party's Wall Street wing, now says it must return to its "pro-government" roots in 2016.
On a night of high national tensions and violence, protestors at the White House were underwhelmed by President Obama's speech about the Ferguson grand jury.
Giving undocumented residents legal status fosters the dream of upward mobility.
Will Democrats pick their next presidential nominee in Brooklyn, Philadelphia, or Columbus?
What was on his mind when he thought he had two more years as defense secretary
The media didn't understand that the defense secretary's role is not to set a course, but to execute it. Hagel never did that well.
President Obama will be naming his fourth secretary of defense in six years. Will he choose the first woman to run the Pentagon?
Why is no one talking about American-on-American crime?
The Republican candidate planned a series of orders far more sweeping that Obama's immigration push to thwart Obamacare. Where were the critics of presidential overreach then?
The Secretary of Defense announced his resignation on Monday, but many insiders are saying he was pushed.
The Texas senator possibly hasn't thought the whole plan out.
The four-term mayor of Washington, D.C., was an institution, even after a drug arrest and jail sentence.
We can't call it a constitutional crisis; but we shouldn't consider it business as usual, either.
The military finally won over the president.