The decision could mean that the deferred-action expansion won’t begin while the president is in office.
After winning 11 states in 2012, Santorum carries his conservative message into a tougher 2016 field
The possible candidate, not known for a conventional political operation, has lost his second Iowa operative.
That escalated quickly.
Conservative Nebraska is about to get rid of it. Anomaly or beginning of a trend?
Rand Paul likes to buck his party.
Like "troll," "Hillvetica," and "gyrocopter."
The soccer-related donations to the foundation came into focus as the U.S. alleged deep-rooted corruption at FIFA. The Clinton Foundation has no involvement with the investigations.
The Department of Justice will focus on appeals court hearing in July aimed at allowing Obama's deferred action program to go forward
The Organization of American States is meeting in Washington June 15 but there's no U.S. ambassador to it.
After dashing fellow Republicans' hopes of extending surveillance program, Ky. senator holds fast in media blitz.
Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton spoke in Columbia, S.C., about the gender gap and why she's running for president. The former senator also shared a story about how persuasive President Obama was when asking her to become secretary of state back in 2008.
The two-term governor and former House member will focus on his record of fiscal conservatism.
Clinton is Fiorina's foil and chief raison d'etre in her long-shot bid for the GOP nomination.
New guidance from the Office of Personnel Management on Wednesday is unambiguous and stern.
It all has to do with slush funds.
Paul has become a frequent target for GOP presidential hopefuls who have painted his foreign policy as weak – and even dangerous.
After winning 11 states in 2012, the former Pennsylvania senator finds himself an underdog for a second time.
He said the more military-minded members of his party have been "wrong for 20 years."
Groups argue that Bush and his Right to Rise PAC may be "engaged in knowing and willful violations of federal campaign finance laws."
When asked if Bush is conservative enough to be the Republican nominee, Paul said, "I doubt it."
On the itinerary: Iowa, South Carolina, New Hampshire.
Nearly three years after it was enacted into law, the program is just now starting.