Judicial intervention may be the only way left to break the political impasse on authorizing Obama’s use of force.
One of two men who allegedly beat a homeless Hispanic man cited the Republican presidential candidate’s criticism of immigrants as a motivation. Latino leaders aren’t surprised.
Following the destruction of Katrina, the city has—in many ways—become a site of experimentation.
Imagining what the presidential hopeful might say if she felt free to speak her mind
He doesn't need to cater to big donors, so the billionaire candidate is able to tell Republican voters exactly what they want to hear.
The feds are partnering with the popular review site to encourage feedback on public services like the TSA and IRS—and preparing to get an earful.
Touting constitutional amendments on the campaign trail is more likely to rally voters than to produce changes in the law.
The smash Broadway musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda joins the growing movement encouraging Americans to take a closer look at the Founding Father’s life and legacy.
The talk-radio host is getting pushback from his conservative audience—and evading tough questions.
In the past five months, at least 14 police officers have been charged for on-duty killings—more than five times the normal rate.
The 2016 hopeful is trying to run for president without abandoning his Senate seat.
An entrepreneur plans to find out by spending $175 million with the aim of encouraging Republican politicians to address climate change.
The Republican frontrunner proposes an impossible threshold as he courts the restrictionist vote.
“Relations with Mexico remain tense.” A dispatch from the future.
The Republican presidential candidate makes his case to black voters, trying to tap a deep vein of conservatism that runs through the African American community.
“Israel’s fundamental problem is that Iran is inevitably the regional hegemon once freed of the sanctions regime.”
A new study suggests that couples in GOP counties are mildly more satisfied in their wedded lives. But does the state of your union really depend on how you vote?
30 of the billionaire real-estate developer’s backers offer individual explanations for their support.
His long career in public office began with a battle for recognition, and the audacity to believe he might actually prevail.
Government employees have an obligation to follow the letter of the law despite their religious convictions—or else resign the offices they hold.
The move is part of the historic rapprochement announced last December by President Obama and Cuban leader Raul Castro.