The president discussed the Sony hack, the Castros and race in America at his final press conference of 2014
A Pew survey finds a majority of Americans say gun rights are more important than controls.
House leaders are debating whether to bring the “cromnibus” to a vote or rush a resolution to keep the government funded on a short-term basis.
Lawmakers are easing restrictions on big donors and Wall Street.
“Are you stupid?” committee Chairman Darrell Issa asked Gruber. “I don’t think so, no,” Gruber responded.
Research shows policy body cams improve public trust, but there are downsides too.
The announcement was part of a three-month inquiry into the militarization of local police following the shooting death of teenager Michael Brown.
Advocates hope the president goes big to protect millions from deportation
An appeals court upholds gay marriage bans in four states, setting the stage for Supreme Court review.
Georgia House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams is succeeding in her strategy to slowly turn the Peach State back to blue.
Why the GOP is the favorite, why Dems have a chance, and what will happen beyond the Senate.
Hillary Clinton is working hard for fellow Democrats—and her own future
Elections in Georgia are haunted by vivid memories of civil rights protests and the Ku Klux Klan.
Republican candidates who have outsourced jobs held by the white working class are coming under fire.
On Monday, SCOTUS paved the way for same-sex marriages in 11 more states. What's next?
Women’s issues and getting out the vote helped Democrats win a Colorado Senate seat in 2010. But will it work next month?