Appeals court rules against Obama on immigration program

The decision could mean that the deferred-action expansion won’t begin while the president is in office.

Campaign finance watchdogs push Justice Dept. to investigate Jeb Bush’s PAC

Groups argue that Bush and his Right to Rise PAC may be "engaged in knowing and willful violations of federal campaign finance laws."

Rand Paul: Jeb Bush going to have ‘trouble’ with Republicans

When asked if Bush is conservative enough to be the Republican nominee, Paul said, "I doubt it."

Rand Paul: GOP hawks to blame for the Islamic State

He said the more military-minded members of his party have been "wrong for 20 years."


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The Clintons’ finances are way too complex for the average person. That’s a problem.

"Everyday Americans" can't relate to having "pass through" companies.

The U.S. just indicted top world soccer officials. Here’s John Oliver’s takedown of FIFA. (VIDEO)

The comedian details the allegations against soccer's governing body.

Why aren’t millennials running for office? It’s not because they’re turned off. It’s age.

Millennials will get to the Hill. Give them a few years.

Chris Christie planning fresh primary state swing

On the itinerary: Iowa, South Carolina, New Hampshire.

Meet a federal phased-retirement pioneer

Nearly three years after it was enacted into law, the program is just now starting.

Are black voters ‘fired up’ for Hillary Clinton?

Last time around, a black voter exodus helped torpedo Clinton's run. This time around, she's counting on them to deliver a win.

Obesity and well-being: Why diet and exercise alone may not be enough to slow America’s growing weight problem

The link between obesity and well-being suggests health interventions should focus on both.

Why Biden is (almost) King of the Internet

On the Web, Biden plays second fiddle to no one.

Path to presidency for Gen X hopefuls rooted in hip-hop, ‘Simpsons’ culture

The young candidates’ fluency in the pop culture of the 1990s and beyond has helped them with voters.

Runner-up Rick Santorum is running again

After winning 11 states in 2012, the former Pennsylvania senator finds himself an underdog for a second time.

Jeb Bush’s claim that Islamic State ‘didn’t exist when my brother was president’

The former Florida governor earns Four Pinocchios for a claim that rewrites history.

Appeals court rules against Obama on immigration program

The decision could mean that the deferred-action expansion won’t begin while the president is in office.

Carly Fiorina aims to show up Clinton with press conference outside Clinton event

Clinton has been under fire of late for avoiding reporters' questions at her campaign events.

Supreme Court to hear challenge to Texas redistricting plan

The case addresses whether legislative districts should be based on population or eligible voters.

Here’s how the first president of the social media age has chosen to connect with Americans

The White House has become its own digital production company.

Vilsack lauds USDA budget savings; employee morale needs work

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack tells the Federal Diary that his "Blueprint for Stronger Service" has saved $1.4 billion since 2012. At the same time, USDA's employee morale remains mediocre despite the department's "cultural transformation" efforts.

Obama on the defense again as another defense secretary speaks

With his “will to fight” comments, Ashton Carter is just the latest of the president’s Pentagon chiefs to cause him headaches.

Conservative group paying Ken Cuccinelli’s campaign $85,000

The 2013 Virginia gubernatorial candidate settles with a PAC that he says misled his supporters.

Bernie Sanders: ‘Now is not the time for thinking small’

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