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.
A Congressional agreement could give Obama the power to fast track trade deals — a crucial step towards signing free trade deals with other nations.
Since her announcement, Hillary Clinton has come under scrutiny for a range of issues from Clinton Foundation donations to her tipping habits.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke will be working as an adviser for one of Wall Street's largest hedge funds.
The Clinton Foundation placed limitations on its foreign government donors after Hillary Clinton announced she's running for president.
The Indiana Senate voted Wednesday to repeal the state's common construction wage.
Members of Congress are trying to assert influence over any future deal with Iran with a bill they hope can override any veto.
President Obama has visited 49 states so far, and he's planning a trip to South Dakota in May to round off the list.
State lawmakers are expected to move forward with repealing the law that establishes the wages paid for public works projects.
Marco Rubio is running for president, but his comments on immigration could hamper his chances of winning the GOP primary.
After failing to draw young supporters in 2008, Clinton and her team have found a new public image that's, in part, built off a popular meme.
Marco Rubio is running for president, which could be a problem for Jeb Bush. The two share a home state, donors and strong ties to Latino voters.
"I want them to see humanity and what we are capable of."
U.S. use of private security contractors has grown sharply in the past 15 years and despite well-documented controversies, such as the most…
On Thursday TIME revealed its annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world – a hodgepodge of…