How serious a threat is homegrown extremism?
After the Oklahoma City bombing, the U.S. announced a new push to tackle domestic terrorism. After 9/11, the focus shifted to foreign threats.
How Loretta Lynch's long wait compares
President Obama's pick for U.S. Attorney General has waited months for Senate confirmation. It's a long delay but far the longest in history.
Congress pushes more trade powers for Obama
A Congressional agreement could give Obama the power to fast track trade deals — a crucial step towards signing free trade deals with other nations.
Is the recent media spotlight bad for Clinton?
Since her announcement, Hillary Clinton has come under scrutiny for a range of issues from Clinton Foundation donations to her tipping habits.
Bernanke says new gig not a conflict of interest
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke will be working as an adviser for one of Wall Street's largest hedge funds.