New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie strongly refuted Donald Trump’s claim that thousands of Muslims in New Jersey cheered after the 9/11 terror attacks, claiming that it simply “didn’t happen.”
The Obama administration is offering to send state governors personalized reports with detailed information about refugees that have been resettled in their state so far this year.
The mayor of Alaska's capital city, Juneau, was found dead in his home Monday less than than two months after he was elected.
A group of illegal immigrants is suing the state of Oregon to overturn a voter-approved initiative that denied them driver’s licenses.
Former New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, formerly one of New York's most powerful politicians, was convicted Monday of charges that he traded favors to earn $5 million illegally and then...
Kentucky labor leaders are trying to slow the state’s momentum toward a right-to-work law that would let Kentuckians opt out of paying union dues.
The fate of a network of alternative “co-op” health plans started under ObamaCare remains uncertain going into 2016, after half of them collapsed amid deep financial problems.
The Supreme Court on Friday blocked votes from being counted in a controversial Hawaii election designed to be a major step toward Native Hawaiian self-governance.