Here’s our latest on the inevitability (or otherwise) of mass shootings in the United States.
More than half of the people outside the government with whom Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met were also donors to the Clinton Foundation.
A new lawsuit takes aim at the Department of Education’s push to force colleges to decide cases based on “a preponderance of the evidence.”
A report that the recently ousted Fox News boss is advising the Republican fits with a campaign that increasingly resembles a political remake of The Expendables.
The billionaire justified his fight against Gawker with a misleading reference to privacy legislation.
Months before the violent protests this weekend, the city’s mayor and police chief sought out a voluntary review from the U.S. Department of Justice.
They’re both right about the U.S. needing more infrastructure spending. It’s Washington Republicans who are wrong.
A last-ditch attempt to accelerate the president’s initiative shows why commutations for federal offenders are so hard to procure.
Former Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and other veterans of the last two Democratic administrations will lead the planning effort for 2017.
The negative press the Republican nominee is receiving is mostly his own fault.
Donald Trump says the press cannot lie. But the Supreme Court says otherwise: In fact, many falsehoods are protected speech.
The Republican presidential nominee spun stories about the events surrounding September 11 to demonstrate his mettle. Does it matter that much of it was fiction?
The Obama administration announced Monday the transfer of 15 prisoners to the United Arab Emirates.
Vice President Joe Biden hit the campaign trail with Hillary Clinton in his hometown in Pennsylvania.
The Republican nominee says the U.S. needs to be tougher—on its enemies, immigrants, and the nations it invades.
The former colleagues visited Scranton, where both their families have roots, to appeal to its working-class voters.
The latest iteration of his immigration ban would allow only those who “embrace a tolerant American society” to enter the country.
The Republican nominee long used the media to project his fairy tale self-image but now blames the industry for his flailing campaign.
“We can’t eliminate all terrorists. But we can’t eliminate disease. We can’t stop hurricanes.”
His campaign may fail because of its lack of appeal among female voters. That could affect the party long after 2016.
The party scored major victories in last week’s Connecticut primary. Now what?
A New York Times report sheds new light on the close ties between Donald Trump’s campaign chairman and Kremlin cronies in Ukraine and elsewhere.