Like many liberals poised to caucus, retired AP scribe Mike Glover is torn between Clinton and Sanders.
Voters don’t agree on the country’s biggest problems, never mind the solutions.
Cable providers wanted to ease set-top box rules, but now the FCC is pushing a plan to open the market to new competition.
Ted Cruz could see much-needed supporters stick with the retired neurosurgeon.
The Michigan lawmaker—and possible governor candidate—was talking about the Flint water crisis and U.S. hostages in Iran before much of the world noticed.
Democrats want a vote to address the crisis, while a House committee prepares a hearing.
A government task force has some old and new ideas on how to gradually and systematically reduce the prisoner ranks.
On Main Street in Columbus Junction, Iowa, newcomers have revitalized downtown with their blend of tradition and American culture.
In the past two decades, the growth in Hispanic-serving institutions has grown, but not kept up with demand.
The decline in economic opportunity is heightening many Americans’ anxieties about the nation's growing diversity, says the new Heartland Monitor Poll.
Conservatives running in Florida, Indiana, and Louisiana are reaching out to the establishment in their quests for the Senate.
The bipartisan effort faces opposition in Washington, but backers plan to step up their efforts.
Autonomous cars could be a big win for the climate. Or they could undo years of progress on efficiency.
From joining the Peace Corps to becoming a firefighter, you can find jobs that will pay for your education.
The economy has improved, but the newest Heartland Monitor Poll shows that Americans' gloom about their prospects has deepened.
Big government and big business haven’t acted to fix the nation’s problems. So ordinary Americans are stepping in.
Accusing leading presidential contenders of judging without knowing the realities of life as a Latino in his Iowa town, Jose Espinoza, 17, challenges them to visit.
With days to go before the first two primaries, the leading GOP candidate’s fate may come down to poll margins.
A new survey reveals just how much racial misconceptions can impact people at work.
Party officials and strategists believe that if Trump wins Iowa, Rubio’s path to the nomination is clearer.