The Supreme Court justice temporarily blocked an appeals court ruling striking down same-sex-marriage bans in Idaho and Nevada.
Tuesday's 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision likely clears the way for legal same-sex unions in Idaho and Nevada.
In dropping coverage for part-time employees, the retailer is only the latest company to take advantage of the Affordable Care Act.
The American mission in Liberia will take 4,000 troops, cost $750 million, and could last more than a year.
Most Republican leaders were quiet on the Supreme Court's landmark pass on gay marriage. The junior senator from Texas was not.
Bill Clinton returns to stump in Arkansas, where he is loved but the president is not.
It's all about that base.
By refusing to take a stand on lower-court decisions, the justices have effectively settled the fight—in favor of gays and lesbians who want to marry.
The Louisiana governor calls for higher defense spending as he eyes a Republican presidential bid in 2016.
The justices declined to hear appeals of lower-court rulings that struck down marriage bans in Indiana, Utah, Oklahoma, Virginia, and Wisconsin.
The political map for Republicans in 2016 will be every bit as treacherous as it has been for Democrats this year.
Fifty years ago, Lady Bird Johnson transformed the role of presidential spouse from hostess to political powerhouse, but the job is due for another reinvention.
The unemployment rate dropped below 6 percent for the first time since 2008, providing an economic jolt a month before the midterm elections.
Leon Panetta is the latest former aide to criticize the president publicly. This kind of thing didn't always happen.
The president offered up a forceful defense of his economic record at Northwestern University, touting improvements in jobs, energy and health care. But will voters care?
The Supreme Court took no action on a series of high-profile petitions concerning gay marriage laws, but it did accept 10 new cases for the fall term.
A Pew poll last week showed a small dip, but the overall trend—and more importantly, the underlying fundamentals—haven't changed.
Director Julia Pierson resigns amid bipartisan furor.
What does it mean to be a black woman and consider tying yourself to a black man living in contemporary America?
With the midterm congressional elections just over a month away, both parties are using the milestone to refresh voters' memories.