The controversial law was creating bureaucratic nightmares for people without the specific IDs required under the new law.
The candidate's eldest sister looks to assuage women's fears about the GOP ticket, but her comments may rattle the pro-life movement.
Party planning and the all-important schmoozing it facilitates have gotten trickier this year, thanks to the bad economy.
In an era of crunched budgets and with Republicans in particular broadcasting a message of economic gloom, party planning and the all-important schmoozing it facilitates have gotten trickier for the droves of Washington organizations that want a presence at the end-of-summer conventions in Tampa and Charlotte.
After calling the lead-up to the games "disconcerting," he earned a sharp rebuke from the British prime minister.
Giving a member of the movement a prominent speaking slot in Tampa could ease worries that the GOP candidate is a wishy-washy moderate.
At the annual National Governor’s Association meeting this weekend, collective griping over the gridlock in D.C. was a rare point of bipartisan consensus. The paralysis in the nation’s capital, after all, has tangible ramifications for the state’s executives, the governors said.
Look no further than the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers to measure the price that Democrats are paying for the decision to hold their national convention in union-hostile territory.
Experts say both the ruling and recent Obama announcement could energize voters.
Look at 2012 as labor’s rude welcome to politics in a post-Citizens United world.
Washington is gridlocked and focused on the presidential election, but bitter fights rage for control of state capitals around the country.