Some are anti-war–or even anti-military. No matter. If they fought for their country, they're equally deserving of recognition each November.
In this year's midterms, Jews voted for Republican candidates more than they have in any election in the last decade.
Why so many conservatives have nostalgia for an era that wasn't all that golden
A new book about Gary Hart and an uncensored letter from the FBI to Martin Luther King Jr. reopen the debate on the line between the private and the political.
Bill de Blasio missed a moment of silence for the anniversary of the Flight 587 crash in Queens because, he told reporters, he didn't get much shuteye the night before.
Facing a December run-off to keep her Senate seat, the vulnerable Democrat demanded an immediate vote on a favorite Republican project: the Keystone pipeline.
Republicans have long argued that U.S. efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions would be worthless unless China followed suit. The new deal with Beijing hasn't won them over.
Some of its falsehoods are legitimate, but others undermine democratic debate and the health of the press. And James Comey doesn't always know the difference.
Dan Sullivan's victory over Mark Begich means Republicans will have at least 53 seats in January. They could grab another one in Louisiana next month.
A bill about confining big hogs in tiny pens tells us something meaty about the New Jersey governor's political ambitions.
Waiting for Congress or the courts or a popular movement to fix America's prison crisis is a waste of time.
The story of the party's defeat begins early in Obama's first term, when Congress focused on climate change and Obamacare rather than jobs.
With Craig Spencer's release from a New York hospital on Tuesday, the number of domestic cases is back down to zero.
Before his death in July at 97, the man immortalized in Laura Hillenbrand's book reflected on courage, forgiveness, and why he doesn't consider himself a hero.
The "Only" video is an unfortunate, but typical, mashup of pop culture's power fantasies.
Secretary Robert McDonald marks the annual holiday by restructuring the embattled agency, but Republicans aren't impressed.
Despite the political climate, a Houston-area suburb voted to build a $58 million high-school football stadium.
Cheer up, liberals.
The White House is hoping those turned off by the website's disastrous debut will come back for its reboot.
Obama has strong moral, political, and pragmatic reasons to issue an executive order now.