The case arose after Arizona voters opposed to congressional gerrymandering had taken the power away from state legislators.
Against the backdrop of the bleachers and lockers familiar to anyone who went to high school, Christie returned to his teenage stomping grounds.
The governor also took aim at President Obama and his chief Democratic rival for the 2016 nod.
On the speaking circuit, the former first daughter’s image is tightly controlled, internal e-mails show.
New CNN polling suggests Americans don't think we can stop Charleston-like killings.
A flashback to 1906.
He still has skills.
Federal agencies must report annually to Congress on their computer security efforts
Ted Cruz came to Donald Trump's defense.
On the political front, so-called “heritage groups” in the South have for years taken a page from the National Rifle Association playbook.
The Supreme Court cases will commence when the justices return in the fall.
The New Jersey governor will make his announcement in his home state, then focus immediately on New Hampshire.
Your budget and tax policy news roundup.
The former Florida governor releasing more than three decades' worth of tax information in a bid for transparency.
New data shows how evangelicals may believe that presidents should resist Supreme Court decisions.
A morning roundup of energy and environment policy news.
A morning roundup of technology policy news.
While nearly three times as many people were tweeting about Hillary Clinton as they were Christie, the New Jersey governor nonetheless commanded 33 percent more broadcast television stories.
The American Federation of Government Employees is suing the Office of Personnel Management because of the cyber theft of personal information belonging to 4.2 million federal employees.
There’s no question. Super PACs are functioning as de facto extensions of the official campaigns this time around.
Rep. Steve Scalise inaccurately cites an industry survey with limited scope.