Wisconsin governor looks to appeal across the GOP spectrum, while deflecting criticism.

The presidential hopeful plans to detail a college affordability plan.

The Democratic senator has secured federal protection for nearly 3.4 million acres over the years.

A super PAC is training supporters in Iowa, New Hampshire and elsewhere to read from the same script.


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When did black Americans start voting so heavily Democratic?

Look at 1948 and 1964.

A list of the well-known politicians who have defended Edward Snowden

Former attorney general Eric Holder joined their ranks Monday.

Bill Cosby and his fellow scolds just took a legal beating

The information was released not just because Cosby is a public figure, but because he's a well-known scold.

Alarm is high over a second cyber break-in, possibly hitting more than 4.2 million personal records.

Wisconsin governor looks to appeal across the GOP spectrum, while deflecting criticism.

Fortunately for Katherine Archuleta, she is not scheduled to attend a House hearing Wednesday on the massive federal employee data breach. After a marathon run of scathing congressional sessions last month, she won’t have to again hear about the failures of the Office of Personnel Management she directs.

Since Donald Trump announced his presidential bid, he's drawn plenty of controversy and outrage for his comments on the campaign trail. Here are some of the key moments.

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But behind the scenes, the Democratic presidential candidate is expanding her already robust staff

Democrat says her campaign will advocate for comprehensive immigration reforms.

The amount of munchies consumed by the U.S. team is said to be enormous. No news on any breakthrough.

Nine years after filing overtime complaint, 4,400 State Department employees are collecting $39.9 million.

He said he would make his first visit to that nation "sometime in the future."

With the latest announcement, Gowdy is taking another slow step toward interviewing Clinton herself about the 2012 attacks that killed four Americans.

The letter comes one day after Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.), the ranking member of the Benghazi investigation committee, said several leaks have intentionally mischaracterized the relationship between Blumenthal and Clinton.

As getting anything done in Washington has become increasingly difficult, D.C.-based lobbying firms are trying their luck representing clients seeking changes on a state rather than federal level.

The Republican candidate for president proposed policies that include lowering corporate taxes and reforming higher education accreditation.

Sen. Pat Toomey has flawed opponents and tons of money heading into what should have been a very challenging reelection bid.

Trump has definitely differentiated himself as a candidate but by insulting the largest U.S. minority group. Not a good strategy.

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