The Supreme Court's new session starts Monday, and justices are set to consider abortion laws and affirmative action.
A top Indiana Democrat says the House committee investigating the attack on the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi is politically motivated.
Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz announced his interest in the position of speaker of the House.
Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton spent her Saturday night in the bar with her "Saturday Night Live" counterpart, Kate McKinnon.
A senior priest announced he was gay and quickly lost duties at the Vatican. He thought it was important and he doesn't seem shocked by the response.
Bernie Sanders has historically supported some policies that are to the right of the typical democratic line on guns.
Jeb Bush has been criticized for referring to the Oregon mass shooting with the phrase, "stuff happens."
President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Immigration Act 50 years ago. Now, immigrant rights are questioned, while in 1965, those rights were advanced.
Obama confirmed Arne Duncan will step down as U.S. secretary of education. John B. King Jr. will be taking over Duncan's responsibilities.
Russia's air campaign in Syria has introduced us to a new term: deconfliction.
But Davis' lawyers say the pope told her to "stay strong."
During election coverage, you'll hear "cacuses" and "primaries" quite a bit, but what are they?
Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump are two presidential candidates with two very different voices. While they’re both white, male and have…
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