A $3.5 million mystery payout over alleged "misconduct" is at the center of federal charges against former House Speaker Dennis Hastert.
Michael LaCour's study found a 20-minute conversation can change people's minds about same-sex marriage, but critics accuse him of faking his data.
Jeb Bush is clearly laying the groundwork for his future campaign. Why won't he admit it?
Nebraska's decision to abolish the death penalty raised eyebrows, but could it set a precedent for other firmly Republican states?
Former New York Gov. George Pataki says he will seek the Republican nomination for president.
Conservative darling Rick Santorum announced Wednesday he was officially entering the Republican race for the White House.
Conservative darling Rick Santorum will announce Wednesday he's officially entering the Republican race for the White House.
Ben Carson's win at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference speaks volumes for the underdog candidate, but there's still plenty of time.
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.
Nebraska’s unicameral Legislature busted Republican Governor Pete Rickett’s veto and banned the death penalty this…
On this week’s podcast, host Andrea Seabrook sits with former Obama CTO Harper Reed to recount a story that ended up being…
Illinois has a long, tawdry and amusing history as an innovator in influence peddling. That distinguished heritage is flourishing in the…