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.

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.


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President Obama’s legacy is increasingly in legal jeopardy

From Obamacare to climate change and now immigration.

Here’s the U.S. map — if all congressional districts were the same size

It looks about right till you get West of the Mississippi.

Texas lawmakers almost come to blows over abortion

Abortion politics lead to another scene.

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’

Hackers stole personal information from 104,000 taxpayers, IRS says

The breach comes on the heels of millions of cases of identify theft plaguing the IRS

Rubio: Christianity faces ‘real and present danger’ in gay marriage debate

The Republican presidential contender takes a hard line on an issue at the forefront of the political debate.

Did George W. Bush offer to officiate at a same-sex wedding?

Questions about the 43rd president's involvement in the nuptials were raised in a recent newspaper report.

Casinos, strip clubs: Let feds use government credit cards in our establishments

Casinos and adult clubs want federal employees to be able to use their government credit cards

Rick Santorum, in his own words

Former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum is a potential contender for the White House in 2016. Here is the Republican's take on the Islamic State, immigration, education and more, in his own words.

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Scott Walker might skip Florida primary in Bush-Rubio territory

Florida's presidential primary will likely get expensive and intense -- so Scott Walker might just skip it.

Ambassadorial update: The Senate confirmed two nominees before taking the week off

Before heading out on vacation last Saturday, the Senate chipped away at its ambassadorial confirmation backlog.

John McCain gets a Senate challenger

Democrats will now have to find a competitive candidate to run for Ann Kirkpatrick’s House seat.

Ann Kirkpatrick 'Putting Arizona First' | Campaign 2016

Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (D-Ariz.) is running for Senate against Republican incumbent John McCain. In a video posted on her campaign Web site, Kirkpatrick says she thinks Arizona "is changing."

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This congressional committee wants to hear all your FOIA gripes

Now there's a place you can air your FOIA grievances.

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