While in Congress, the GOP presidential hopeful was promoted twice despite years of little or no work.
A forum in New Hampshire revealed mostly similar policy platforms but contrasting pitches.
The federal agency is trying to mend ties with cities and police departments, but few publicly say whether they will participate in the successor to the scrapped Secure Communities effort.
The billionaire industrialist has forged a friendship with the head of the United Negro College Fund.
Big poll update number two for the day.
The answer has less to do with Obama and more to do with religion's role in politics.
Two reasons: He's had it a long time, and 917 is recognized as a cell number.
A procedural vote fails, but some in GOP say they will force a government shutdown if federal support to the group continues.
The moderate Democrats from conservative states said they could not support they could not support the group while questions remain about the legality of its actions.
The comments mark one of the Democratic front-runners most pointed attacks on Republicans yet.
The financial disclosure forms for both candidates were released Monday.
The ex-Maryland governor plans instead to launch a political action committee so he can be heard "not just in Maryland, but in the country."
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Premiums in the long-term care insurance program have increased, with no prior notice, for those newly purchasing coverage.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton released a Web video supporting Planned Parenthood and citing GOP candidates Scott Walker, Jeb Bush and Rick Perry’s records for defunding it while governor in their respective states.
The White House sought to hit back at those who have said that the plan unveiled formally today by the Environmental Protection Agency would kills jobs in the coal industry.
President Obama said that while it is "not hopeless," and there are steps the U.S. can take to reverse the impact of climate change, it is key that his administration acts now.
Scott Walker thought he was posing with two enthusiastic young fans. Turns out they were environmental activists holding a fake check.
Guessing about a Biden presidential run has kicked into high gear, but we've heard this song before.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is really excited that he's polling fourth in Iowa.
Managers at the U.S. patent office cannot require that teleworkers who screw up return to headquarters for more supervision