In the S.C. governor’s home town, her striking shift on the Confederate flag is met with resignation and relief.
The New Jersey governor is expected to announce his presidential bid Tuesday at his former high school.
He also met privately with a group of pastors in the wake of the Charleston church shooting.
The measure, which was to go into effect Wednesday, would have shuttered most of the state’s clinics.
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The Monday afternoon visit marked the second time that Obama has taken a world leader to the civil rights memorial.
It's a big get for the Florida Republican senator's presidential bid.
As his stature grew in the Florida capital, law firms paid big for his skills — and political connections.
Rick Perry's campaign released an animation touting the Texas governor's jobs record.
The Post's Ylan Mui explains how the Greek debt crisis is hitting investors in the U.S.
The emphasis on small amounts shows the extent to which she is trying to recreate the Barack Obama fundraising model.
The president hopes new-found bipartisan spirit in Washington can go beyond trade to other priorities.
Lawyers opposed to affirmative action say a lower court had ignored the justices’ instructions.
Some members are celebrating the Fourth in Europe with a trip to Kiev, Prague and Helsinki
In another blow to Office of Personnel Management cyber operations, the web-based system used for background investigations has been suspended.
Hispanic groups had pressured the network to sever its ties with the GOP presidential candidate after he referred to "rapists" and other criminals coming from Mexico.
With fast-track trade authority enacted by Congress and the trade debate winding down, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) is turning to another controversial issue: tax reform.
The government of Puerto Rico, whose governor over the weekend said the island cannot pay back $72 billion in debt and is nearing a fiscal crisis, has tapped one of Washington's most prominent lobbyists to advocate on its behalf.
South Carolina's 2000 decision to move the Confederate flag led to racial hate crimes, but also support for compromise.
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