Bill Clinton rode into office 24 years ago on the campaign mantra, ‘It’s the economy, stupid’ – and apparently, it still is.
Chaos at last weekend’s Nevada Democratic convention fueled by Bernie Sanders supporters is sparking party concerns that the unrest could extend to the national convention and...
A child-welfare law passed by Congress nearly four decades ago specifically to protect Native American children and preserve their cultural heritage is under attack from...
If Alabama were a company, this would be where the stockholders demand the board clean house. In a startling outbreak of political scandal in the Deep South, leaders of all...
If they let their records speak for them, then almost all of the candidates running in this year’s Republican and Democratic presidential primaries would have some serious...
An education bill awaiting Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal's signature is raising concerns it could be used as a legal loophole to help educators cheat the system.
With Tax Day right around the corner, a federal agency is facing criticism for approving more than $600,000 to study – wait for it – why some people cheat on their taxes.
Maine's outspoken Republican Gov. Paul LePage battled in court Wednesday over allegations he bullied a nonprofit into rescinding a job offer to his top political rival, state...
President Obama will decide whether to declassify 28 pages of sealed documents — which some suspect show a Saudi connection to the 9/11 attacks — within 60 days, according to a...
A bipartisan group of lawmakers is calling on the federal government to start counting the number of homosexuals living in the United States.