China's sights and promises of significant cash flow are set on Latin America, both for investment and influence.
The State Department process for reviewing Hillary Clinton's emails involves re-digitizing 55,000 pages and manually going through each of them.
A weary upper chamber still proved it had the energy early Saturday to block bills to both end NSA's bulk data collection and to extend it.
The State Department released the first batch of emails from the private account Hillary Rodham Clinton used when she was secretary of state.
Scientists worry the party-line legislation would critically endanger earth science and climate research.
Rand Paul is filibustering a vote to renew parts of Patriot Act, but it's not the first time he's used the filibuster as a way to generate publicity.
On top of the lucrative book deals and high-paying speaking gigs, ex-presidents can rake in millions in lifetime federal benefits.
Analysts are split on whether it would be better for Clinton to have all of her State Department emails come out at once or a few at a time.
President Barack Obama says he is now running his own Twitter account, @POTUS, but how different will it be from his other handles?
Almost every time we hear about something happening with the European Union, Federica Mogherini's name comes up, but who is she and what does she do?
Although the Clinton Foundation's donors include media companies and other journalists, only ABC anchor George Stephanopoulos is under fire.
Rick Perry announced he'd make an announcement June 4 about his 2016 plans, but we're pretty sure we get the gist already.
A look back at five political commencement speeches that are memorable -- for a variety of reasons.
There’s been a major development in the wake of a Scripps News Investigation featured in a DecodeDC podcast last December.
It would be nice to report that the Thought Control censors -- the prissiness police, the sentries of sanctimony -- have cried wolf so many…