Demonstrators in Washington go to extreme lengths sometimes to make a point.
A year ago, Saa risked her life and escaped capture. More than 200 of her classmates still are missing.
Foreign policy, his temperament, and Hillary Clinton—the three topics the press continues to press Paul on.
Warming in the heartland cost soybean farmers $11 billion.
It's of the "You don't like my answer? Too bad!" variety.
He's a brand, capitalizing on cool.
According to reports, she has just secured a lease for a campaign office in New York.
The women allegedly researched how to produce three varieties of bombs and planned to carry out an attack in the U.S.
A look at the president's enormous clemency backlog.
Republicans and Democrats joined together to dedicate the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate.
The former Maryland governor makes his clearest indication yet that he'll be challenging Clinton in the Democratic primary.
The Nevada Democrat said Friday his recent accident put things into perspective, but he warned his Republican colleagues not to get too excited.
A New York businesswoman is risking her retirement savings on the chance to change the twenty. Already, she says it's been worth it.
Firing squads and nitrogen asphyxiation: The ever shrinking supply of lethal injection drugs is forcing states to adopt old (and new) execution methods.
The psychological power of a familiar name.
The former first lady has gone from "We've had enough Bushes" to fundraising for Jeb's future campaign.
The epidemic disrupted already weak health care systems. One potential consequence: 127,000 cases of measles.