The case arose after Arizona voters opposed to congressional gerrymandering had taken the power away from state legislators.
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.
Remembering the 2012 campaign, fondly.
Stewart talks about reaction to Friday's Supreme Court ruling on marriage.
In six states where it wasn't legal before Friday, more people support same-sex marriage than oppose it.
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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.
On the speaking circuit, the former first daughter’s image is tightly controlled, internal e-mails show.
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.
The New Jersey governor will make his announcement in his home state, then focus immediately on New Hampshire.
Rep. Steve Scalise inaccurately cites an industry survey with limited scope.
The plan could cover nearly 5 million workers, the White House says.
Activists succeeded in blocking a renewal of the federal bank’s charter. But a new push is expected soon.
But some counties are holding out for firmer guidance from state attorneys general.
Lawyers opposed to affirmative action say a lower court had ignored the justices’ instructions.
Strom Thurmond’s son is helping lead the drive to remove the Confederate flag from the state capitol grounds.
The once-soaring hopeful is set to become the 14th official GOP presidential contender Tuesday.
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.